Organizers of the Russian dedicated "Memory road" project invite residents of Europe to particip
The collected images will be shown in the "Memory Road" gallery, which is to open on the territory of the "Patriot" military park in Moscow region. The length of the gallery will be 1418 meters which coincides with the number of days the Russian Great Patriotic war lasted for.
This historical project involves both residents of Russia and other countries – the Netherlands, Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Estonia. And this is understandable – not only the USSR, but also the countries of Europe, Asia, Africa, and both Americas fought against Nazi Germany and its allies. To counter fascists, a coalition was consisting of the USSR, Great Britain, and the United States was created. The fighting took place all over the world, so the Russian project is ready to perpetuate the memory of all the fighters for a common future. Regardless of where they fought: in Europe, North Africa, or in the Pacific.
By the time hostilities in Japan ended, more than 50 States had already been at war with the countries of the Nazi bloc. Therefore, all countries of the anti-Hitler coalition, museums, historical and veteran organizations of Europe and the world can participate in the project "Memory road" in order to preserve the memory of their heroes.
"Memory road" is an accessible digital database hosted on
The "Memory road" project is apolitical. It is about people, soldiers, many of whom gave their lives for peace in their countries.
Such a social project is being implemented only in Russia – there is no any other media platform on which full-fledged data about all war combatants can be found.
At the same time, advancement in technology makes it possible to combine all European museums, historical organizations into a single database to create an international portal about heroes of the WWII.