Military-historical meeting dedicated to the Defenders of the Fatherland

Military-historical meeting dedicated to the Defenders of the Fatherland

February 22 at the Institute of Foreign Languages RUDN will host a military historical meeting "Russian Awards - Symbols of Courage, Honor and Valor Defenders of the Fatherland."

February 22 at the Institute of Foreign Languages ​​RUDN will host a military historical meeting "Russian Awards - Symbols of Courage, Honor and Valor Defenders of the Fatherland." It will be dedicated to the memory of the heroic past of the 209th Infantry Bogorodsky Regiment during the First World War. The guest of honor of the meeting is a veteran of the military service, Colonel of Justice of Reserve Sergey Bychkov, curator of military patriotic projects of the Moscow regional public organization "Center for Support of Social and Public Initiatives", collector, president of the Moscow Club of Collectors of the NP "True Friends of Faleristics".

Contact person: Sukhomlin Oleg Alexandrovich

Contact phone: +7 (495) 434-71-60

E-mail: sukhomlin-oa@rudn.ru

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