4 september 2020 year
Dictation of Victory as a memory of the heroism of our ancestors

On September 3, 2020, an All-Russian dictation dedicated to the Victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War was held, in which cadets of Company 17 of the Navigation Faculty of the G.I. Nevelskoy MSU, doing their practical training period on the training sailing ship Nadezhda, which is currently sailing near the Sakhalin island. The cadets expressed a desire to take part in the Dictation and test their knowledge of the history of the great Victory. The dictation of Victory unites continents and states and, of course, all of us. It was aimed at finding out how well the citizens of the Russian Federation know the eventful history of their homeland. September 3 is a memorable date, Days of Peace in the Pacific. And it so happened that the cadets wrote this dictation in the most unusual place. Who else will get such a chance to write a historical dictation on the deck of a sailboat? The captain of the Nadezhda decided to come closer to the shore in order to establish a stable communication, and the ship anchored at the roadstead of Poronaysk, off the eastern coast of Sakhalin Island. The future navigators wrote the Dictation, thereby showing their active civic position and honoring the memory of all those who defended our Motherland on the battlefields during the Second World War. We are the young generation of Great Russia; we must preserve the memory of the heroism of our ancestors, avoid distortions of history and bear responsibility before future generations.

Photo by: Nikita Nikiforov, cadet of Company 17of the G.I. Nevelskoy MSU

Anton Sdvizhkov, cadet of Company 17of the G.I. Nevelskoy MSU

4 september 2020 year