Memorial complex "Nevsky Piglet". Brotherly graves of Soviet soldiers (Kirovsk, Leningrad region) [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [photo] / photo VN Gulyakina. - Electronic graphic data (1 file: 14.6 MB). - Kirovsk, Leningrad Region, August 21, 2015. - (Green Belt of the Glory of Leningrad). - Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library. Information about the photo is provided by the author. Date: 08/21/2015. Copy by users is not allowed. "Nevsky Piglet" - designation of a bridgehead on the left bank of the Neva opposite the Nevskaya Dubrovka, captured and held by the Soviet forces of the Leningrad Front (from September 19, 1941 to April 29, 1942 and from September 26, 1942 to February 17, 1943) during the Battle of Leningrad. Before the war began, the Arbuzovo village was on the site of the springboard. "Nevsky Piglet" occupies 2 km along the Neva and 800 m from the coastline and is located after leaving the city of Kirovsk, between the highway Shlisselburg-St Petersburg and the Neva. In 1978, the bridgehead received the official status of the memorial military historical complex "Nevsky Piglet", belonging to the memorial structures of the "Green Belt of Glory". The complex occupies the central and southern parts of the Nevsky Piglet. - 639 people are immortalized on memorial plaques. According to the OBD "Memorial", 15 637 people were buried in a mass grave, of which 372 are known, 15,265 are unknown. According to the Kirov RVK, 614 people were buried in a common grave. The materials of the sites are used: "The State Museum" Nevsky Piglet "(URL: http://www.npmuzei.org/)," Wikipedia "(URL: https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nevsky_watch)," Memory Book Great War "(URL: http://lenww2.ru/index.php/region01/area09?id=1016)
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