Venäjä 2013 10 ruplaa Kozelsk UNC

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Kozelsk is a town and the administrative center of Kozelsky District of Kaluga Oblast, Russia.
The town of Kozelsk was first mentioned in a chronicle under the year of 1146 as a part of Principality of Chernigov. Kozelsk became famous in the spring of 1238, when its seven-year-old prince Vasily, son of Titus, had to defend the town against the army of Batu Khan. The latter dubbed it an "evil town" because its citizens had been fighting the attackers for seven weeks in a row, killing around 4,000 enemy soldiers during the siege. The citizens of Kozelsk were greatly outnumbered and almost all of them died in battle.
In 1446, Kozelsk was temporarily under the rule of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. In 1494, the town was finally annexed by the Muscovy. In 1607, one of Ivan Bolotnikov's units was located in Kozelsk and showed resistance to the tsarist army.
The much-venerated monastery, Optina Pustyn, is close by. In the 19th century, this hermitage gained wide renown for its "startsy". After the outbreak of World War II a POW camp was established in the monastery for Polish officers taken captive by the Red Army during the Polish Defensive War of 1939. Between April and May 1940, the NKVD transferred approximately 14,500 of them to a forest near Katyn, where they were executed in what became known as the Katyn massacre. The remaining 200 officers were sent to a camp in Pavlishchev Bor and then to Gryazovets. The town was occupied by the German army from October 1941 until December 27, 1941 and totally destroyed. Kozelsk was rebuilt after the war.
After World War II, Kozelsky District became the home for the 28th Guards Rocket Division of the Strategic Rocket Forces. Up to a third of the population of Kozelsk was connected in one way or another with the missile division.

Tekniset tiedot

Materiaali teräspinnoitettu messinki
Halkaisija 22,0 mm
Paksuus 2,2 mm
Paino 5,7 g
Lyöntimäärä 10 000 000


Avainsanat: unc, venäjä, 2013