National Museum of History to host exhibition on war

Historical drawings of Polish children who presented their experience of World War II and the German occupation of 1939-1945 and contemporary drawings of Ukrainian children, related to the war that is currently taking place in their country, will be exhibited at the National Museum of History of Moldova, IPN reports.

The joint Polish-Ukrainian exhibition “Mom, I don’t want war!” includes works of the project “Mom, I see war”. “This project brought together over 10,000 drawings about war and peace in Ukraine made by children. It was designed to catch what the children experience in wartime and to show to the whole world how strong the Small Ukrainians are,” says an invitation to the exhibition issued by the Embassy of Poland.

The exhibition will be mounted on September 30 and can be visited until the end of October.

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