Makhachkala hosts "Ordinary Nazism" exhibition


The opening ceremony of the exhibition "Ordinary Nazism", dedicated to tragic fate of the peaceful people of Donbass and the atrocities committed by Ukrainian neo-Nazis, took place at Dagestan State University. The event is organized by the Russian Historical Society, with the support of the Presidential Foundation for Cultural Initiatives, the Fatherland History Foundation, the Stalingrad Battle Museum in Volgograd as well as the Victory Museum in Moscow.

The exhibition presents numerous examples of crimes committed by the Ukrainian Nazis, as well as visual evidence of their propaganda and agitation. It also demonstrates the involvement of mercenaries from NATO countries in the conflict and the tragic consequences for the civilian population. A significant part of the exhibition consists of photos that document the horrific events that have taken place in recent years. These photos serve as a powerful reminder of the atrocities committed during this period.

Natalia Kapustnikova, the exhibition curator and an employee of the Fatherland History Foundation, spoke about the collection of exhibits on display. She also appreciated the contributions of the Victory Museum and the RIA Novosti photo journalists who traveled to the liberated areas immediately after the combat actions and took photographs of the events on the spots.

A group of leading museum experts from Russia, including university professors from the South Federal University (Rostov-on-Don), traveled to the liberated territories to collect data documenting the genocide committed against the population of the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics, as well as the Zaporizhzhya and Kherson regions.

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