“Women’s destinies scorched by war”edit
On February 12, the Museum of the History of the Korsun-ShevchenkivskaBattle Preserve hosted a presentation of the temporary exhibition “Women’s Fates Burnt by War”, timed to the 77th anniversary of the Korsun-Shevchenkivska offensive. The author of the exhibition is a junior researcher Larysa Hrebenichenko.
The exhibition presents 30 exhibits from the stock collection of the Preserve, which tell about the participants of the Second World War, in particular, about a native of the village Newa Buda Jevdokia Kharchenko, a native of the village KvitkyYevdokiya Datsko, about Nataliya Babiayk and Lyubov Vozna, residents of Korsun-Shevchenkivskiy.
The exhibition presents materials about women who took part in the Korsun-Shevchenkiwska operation: Kateryna Kuba, Kateryna Bobrovytska, Lyubov Belova. During the preparation of the exhibition, materials from the book “The Fading Feat of Korsun Women” by Lyudmila Mezentseva, a veteran of pedagogical work, a resident of Korsun-Shevchenkivskiy, were used. Lyudmila Mykhailovna’s book is also presented at the exhibition.
Photos by Lydia Ovsiyenko.