Last year, the President of our country launched an initiative to create and perpetuate the heroism of our people.
After that, based on the proposals of the scientific and creative community and the experience of foreign countries, an artistic and architectural concept was developed. The head of our state has repeatedly familiarized himself with projects in this direction. More than 12 hectares have been allocated in the Almazarsky district of Tashkent, and a huge construction and landscaping work has been carried out.
As a result, the Victory Park was built as an integral complex, where the people of Uzbekistan fully demonstrated their huge contribution to ensuring victory in the Second world war.
This courage, kindness and humanistic qualities of our people are still a source of glory and pride. Over time, the value of these immortal values increases.
And in the Museum of glory such a glorious history is reflected. Historical facts and events are reflected using modern technologies and interactive methods.
Until that time, it was believed that about 1 million 500 thousand people from Uzbekistan participated in the Second world war. According to newly found data, about 1 million 951 thousand people were mobilized for the war. It is documented that more than 200 thousand of our soldiers and officers were awarded military state awards.
Thousands of war veterans were treated in military hospitals established in Uzbekistan. According to newly revealed data, more than 1 million 500 thousand people, including more than 250 thousand children, were evacuated from the country that became a hotbed of war. Our people gave them a place in their home and shared the last bread of Burda.
The Museum consists of six sections, 1 section reflects the mobilization of the population of the Republic to the front, courage on the battlefields. The second section is called "Uzbekistan-a reliable support fortress for the front". The next section presents the areas of science, education, culture, and health care during the war. Chapter 4 "memories of war and victory, joy and joy of the people", which tells about fiction, art and printing of the war years. 33-volume book "memory" from the 6th section "courage lives forever", as well as a book album and other exhibits published in connection with the holiday.