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The film “We won in 1945”, which tells about the reconnaissance motorcyclists of the Ural Volunteer Tank Corps (UDTK), will be shown for the first time in the House of Officers of the Central Military District (TsVO) in Yekaterinburg. The work on the film took about 10 years, while the film was based on the memories of Sverdlovsk front-line soldiers who fought against the German invaders as part of the UDTK during the Great Patriotic War. The film will premiere on January 27th. Schoolchildren, students and public figures of the city of Yekaterinburg will be the first spectators. This was announced by the director of the film Alexander Turchaninov.

“The documentary tells about the battle path and volunteers of the 7th Guards Motorcycle Reconnaissance Prague Battalion of the 10th Guards Tank Ural-Lvov Volunteer Tank Corps,” said Alexander Turchaninov.

The director noted that many of the front-line soldiers whose stories of service in the corps are told in the film are no longer alive, so it is important to preserve the memory of reconnaissance motorcyclists, to pass on knowledge and real historical facts to the younger generation. The documentary film was made with the support of public veteran organizations and government grants.

After the premiere screening of the film in Yekaterinburg, it will be shown to schoolchildren in other cities of the Sverdlovsk and Chelyabinsk regions.

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