In 2024, the 79th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War is celebrated. 79 years have passed since the Soviet people won a complete and final victory over Nazi Germany.

May 9, 1945 was a non-working day of national celebration, when people took to the streets of their cities to mark the end of the war. Festive events took place all over the country, and in the evening the chairman of the Council of People's Commissars Joseph Stalin addressed the people and the first fireworks thundered.

The very first Victory Day in May 1945 was celebrated with rallies, concerts, and large-scale folk festivals. Gradually, Victory Day acquired a number of its own traditions and symbols, which to this day are an obligatory attribute of this holiday.

Victory Day is not just a celebration in honor of the end of one of the most terrible wars in world history. Victory Day is primarily a celebration of courage, honor and bravery, a reminder of how important it is to be a united people.

The May 9th holiday is also a reminder of the horrors, pain and suffering this war has brought to people all over the world. On Victory Day, people often talk about how important it is to preserve the memory of the events of the Great Patriotic War so that this never happens again.


List of textbooks on display:


1.Samsonov A.M. Memory of the past.-M.:Nauka. 1988. – 480s.

2. Momysh-uly Baurjan. I remember them., Alma -Ata, "Zhazushi", 1971. 136c.

3.Musrepov Habit. A soldier from Kazakhstan: A story.- Alma-Ata: Zhazushi, 1988-208s.

4. Momysh-uly Baurjan. Collected works in two volumes.-Alma-Ata:-1986.-304c.

5. Ardager magazines. 6 magazine

6. The Great Patriotic War: Questions and answers Bobylev P.N., Lipitsky P.N. – M.:1984.-430c

7. Kasym Kaysenov. Pratisan trails: -Alma-Ata: Zhazushi,1985.-360c

8. The war. People. Victory. 1941-1945. Book 1. Politizdat, 1976

9. Belan P.S. Participation of Kazakhstanis in the final battles of the Great Patriotic War (January-May 1945). Alma -Ata.1979-191s.

10. Begeldinov Talgat. The silts are attacking. Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan, 1966.176p.