A bit of history: during The World War II in Pryvillia were fought fierce battles, which served as a further impetus to the liberation of Donbass. The city was occupied twice by Nazi invaders, the occupation of a small town, which had been frontline all along, continued for almost 400 days and nights (from July 10, 1942 to February 6, 1943 and from March 3 to September 2, 1943).
Particularly bloody were the battles at the foothold Privolnyanskyi in May - September 1943; The place was chosen not accidentally – it was comfortable for landing. The right bank of the river is everywhere high and cut by ravines, that creates great difficulties for the advancing soldiers, but here it is rather flat. In addition, the river is twisting at this point, so the landed troops was not amenable to flank attacks. The results of the devastating fighting are large-scale, more than 20 thousand people were killed.
To commemorate the 65th anniversary of the victory over the Nazi Invaders was created memorial that will be a worthy reminder of those nameless soldiers who gave their lives at this place for our bright future. Also near this place were the DOTs and the firing positions of the Germans. Now the remains of German fortifications can be found not far, nearly 100-150 meters from the parking by the memorial.
No matter how far the time goes, whatever changes take place, their feat will never go dark, they will live forever. "And children's voices will be ringing at the foot of these monuments, Ukrainian nightingales will be singing, thunderstorms will roar. Newlyweds will come to the monuments, veterans will bow their gray heads, children will bring flowers. And they all know: we have forgotten nothing, forgetting will not touch heroes. " Not everyone will have the courage to visit this place because of its location. But believe me, it is worth of putting flowers at the foot of the monument and remembering again those soldiers who fought for our land and victory.
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