7 Deeds Of The Belarus People During World War II

Deeds Of The Belarus People During World War II

Let’s visit the Museum of the Great Patriotic War in Minsk, Belarus, where horror events and heroism of the Belarus people during WWII are shown in photographs and dioramas.  The big sign above the building means ‘The Feats of Mankind Will Live On for Centuries’.  

Unique weapons, documents, pictures, uniforms and personal things of soldiers are presented in the museum.


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7 Responses to “Deeds Of The Belarus People During World War II”

  1. Archy Spunka says:

    The museum looks older and more decrepit than the artifacts themselves.

  2. Verto says:

    I have little “perception” of German propaganda ! ! ! ! ! would you? ?

  3. John says:

    Poor people of Belarus, have suffered under dictators their entire history, never having known freedom.

    • Cirkhan says:

      Oh, really? And I guess you Anglo-Saxons are going to introduce them to democracy. Just like you introduced it in Libya, Iraq, Iran, Serbia, Granada, Vietnam…

  4. Musa says:

    I actually like the atmosphere and older look of this museum.

  5. SMERSH says:

    “Come and See” is one of my favorite movies.

  6. George says:

    Interesting the homemade submachine guns. one looked like it was made up from a broken MP40 and workshop made parts.

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