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WorldRussiaVictory Museum announces that it will ring in New Year by hosting WWII themed games for kids

The Victory Museum, which is one of the largest museums of history of the army in Russia, has made an announcement that it will ring in the New Year by hosting a series of patriotic, World War II-themed games for children.

The game, which is called Protect New Year, will need its participants between 6 and 12 years old to “overcome dark forces” that have “raised their heads again and want to turn history back”, an apparent reference to the ongoing army offensive of Russia against what it calls “Nazis” in Ukraine.


As per the museum’s website, children who are taking part will have to find a way out of a tangled labyrinth, bypass booby traps as well as much more.

“Having overcome all these obstacles, everyone will become a real defender of the Motherland!”

Last month, dozens of cities across Russia announced plans to scale back or cancel their New Year’s Eve celebrations — the most festive holiday of the year in Russia — and use the funds to send aid to Russian soldiers and their families.

Russian authorities have been working to implement “military-patriotic” education for children and teens for several years. 

This year, the Education Ministry introduced mandatory classroom discussions designed to foster patriotism into the national school curriculum.

The lessons — called “important conversations” — will include discussions about the war in Ukraine, which Moscow refers to as a “special military operation,” Education Minister Sergei Kravtsov said in September.



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