On May 27, “Red Division” documentary film premiere was held in the Russian Emigre House. JSC Atomredmetzoloto supported Red Division” charitable cultural and historical project commemorating the 70 –th anniversary of the Victory.
“Red Division” is a documentary film which is designed to bring to the world spectator the historic truth about the Great War and make it through the mouths of not Russians but rather Europeans. The film concept – intertwining of history and modern times. The film tells about the so called “Second Guard Rifle Division” – English World War II military-historical reconstruction club. These wonderful people regularly gather together trying with maximum authenticity to again and again reconstruct heroic World War Two battles of the Soviet Army and reminding contemporaries, at what price we won the Victory over fascist Germany. They are echoed by those for whom such reminders are excessive – British war veterans, participants of legendary Arctic convoys. They, our main Heroes, recall their youth times when Russians, English and their allies shared the same goal – not to allow fascism to conquer Europe.
Report on celebration of the 70-th anniversary of the Victory over fascism in London in May 2015.
Given high public project significance JSC Atomredmetzoloto announced a crowd-funding campaign to raise funds for filming. Many ARMZ employees shared enthusiasm of film creators and supported the project with their own funds. The company supplemented these donations with a corporate deposit.
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