Stalingrad. Mamaev kurgan. Brotherly Graves [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [postcard]. - Electronic data (2 files: 2.9 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Presidential Library, 2014). - Access mode: the Internet portal of the Presidential Library. The title from the screen. Electronic reproduction of the postcard: Stalingrad. Mamaev kurgan. Common graves [Izomaterial]. Izogiz, 1958 (Kalinin: Polygraph Complex). 1 postcard: offset. Ш 08033-58 г. 10 copeck. Circulation of 40,000 copies. Location: Children's Museum of a postcard, St. Petersburg. Copy of users is not allowed. Small mass grave of the defenders of Stalingrad on the Mamayev Hill, where 1,500 soldiers killed in battles for Mamayev Kurgan in January-February 1943 were buried. After 1943 the defenders of Stalingrad from all over the city were buried in the Great Mass Grave. The monument on the Small Common Grave is a figure of a female soldier in a raincoat, with a memorial wreath in his hands, on a pedestal. This gypsum sculpture was installed on the Mamayev Kurgan during the Great Patriotic War, at the same time the monument was given a popular name - "Margarita". Among the defenders of Stalingrad was a nurse Margarita Sergeeva, according to eyewitnesses, which became the prototype for an unknown sculptor. In 1988 gypsum sculpture was replaced with bronze sculpture. In May 2005, at the "height of 102" near the Minor mass grave was built an Orthodox church of All Saints. At present, the small mass grave and the temple are part of the "Monument-Ensemble to the Heroes of the Battle of Stalingrad on the Mamayev Hill"
I. Presidential Library (St. Petersburg) .1. Monument-ensemble to the heroes of the Battle of Stalingrad on Mamayev Hill (Volgograd, city) - Postcards. 2. Postcards in the Presidential Library fund (collection). 3. Territory (collection). 4. Territory of Russia: Volgograd Region (collection). 5. Memory of the Great Victory (collection). 6. The Battle of Stalingrad - The perpetuation of memory - 1942 - 1943 - Postcards. 7. Documentary cards - USSR - 1945-1991.
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Source of electronic copy: PB Location of original: Children's postcard museum