The First Moscow Educational Complex will tell about its exhibits as part of the long-term programme “The Victory Museum School”, the official website of the Moscow Victory Museum reported.
One of the unique exhibits is a photograph of the famous photojournalist, Alexander Ustinov, which he took during the parade on Red Square on May 1, 1941. The picture captured the passage of the 176th anti-aircraft artillery regiment. It is noted that at this time, 20 guns mounted on vehicles began to rise at the entrance to the Mausoleum. In the middle of the building, the angle of elevation of the guns was 90 degrees.