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Mius-front Museum

This museum is dedicated to the Red Army breakthrough of the Mious-front in the sumer of 1943. This heavily fortified defensive line was established in 1941 by the German army along the Mius river. By 1943, it had a range of 40-50 kilometers. The museum is part of the memorial complex "Mius-front".

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  • Text: Kaj Metz
  • Photos: Auke de Vlieger