Lieutenant Alexander Guyvik at the Mikhail Kutuzov Museum in Bunzlau

Mikhail Kutuzov Museum


Lieutenant of the Red Army Alexander Andreyevich Guyvik in the museum of the Russian commander Mikhail Kutuzov (Bunzlau town (Silesia, Germany) – now the city of Boleslawiec, Wroclaw province, Poland).
According to legend, in Bunzlau, the city where Mikhail Kutuzov died in 1813, the heart of the commander was buried.
The museum was opened in 1945 and existed until 1991, until the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Poland. After the museum was closed, the exhibits were taken to St. Petersburg, Russia.

 

 

Location: Bunzlau, Germany
Date: 1945

In : 1945

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