The exhibition is dedicated to the centenary of the end of the First World War, one of the most massive and deadly conflicts in human history. The display includes unique photographs and other items putting a spotlight on the naval and air forces of the Great War, medicine and charity in the near-front zone, as well as everyday life of the home fronts. The photographs featured in the exhibition were taken by Russian photo correspondents, those of the Allied Powers and of the enemy troops. Moreover, pictures by Russian officers whose albums of photographs have survived until the present day […]
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