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Source: Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – Polina Chiryaeva, Polina Golenkova, Veronika Fiskova, Alexander Glukhanov, Marina Erdneeva, Nikita Rozkaliy, Elena Abashina and Karina Somryakova

At the Baltic State Technical University “Voenmekh” named after. D. F. Ustinova On January 25–26, the international scientific and practical conference “The Siege of Leningrad: the historical feat of the people for the sake of Victory and its reflection in domestic and foreign historiography” took place.

At the plenary and sectional sessions of the conference, attempts by some Western researchers to revise the history of the siege of Leningrad and the role of those events in World War II were discussed, and ways to counter the falsification of history were considered. Those gathered developed scientific and practical recommendations for school teachers and university professors on improving the historical education of students and extracurricular (extracurricular) military-patriotic educational work.

Students of St. Petersburg State University of Civil Engineering in the field of training “Technosphere Safety” under the guidance of Associate Professor of the Department of Technosphere Safety Alexander Glukhanov took an active part in the conference. Presentations were made by Elena Ozerova (first year), Polina Chiryaeva, Polina Golenkova (second year), Marina Erdneeva, Karina Somryakova, Elena Abashina (third year), as well as first-year masters Nikita Rozkaliy and Veronika Fiskova.

“One of the important tasks of the university teaching staff is the civic and patriotic education of students. The Battle of Leningrad, the heroic 900-day defense and siege of Leningrad, which has become not only part of public consciousness, but also the heritage of world history, will forever remain in the memory of generations. The conference greatly expands the horizons of students, improves their ability to comprehend and comprehensively analyze the problems of the history of the Great Patriotic War in general, the defense and siege of Leningrad in particular. Conditions are created for more productive development of historical knowledge, skills in working with information and historical sources are developed. All this contributes to the formation of such social and spiritual values as patriotism, citizenship, interest in the history of the Fatherland,” noted Alexander Glukhanov.

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