Second Russian Civil War Memorial
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|Russian War Memorial of Fallen Patriots|
Entrance to the memorial.
|Town or city||Salavat|
|Country||Federation of Russian People|
|Construction started||August 14, 1944|
|Completed||May 16, 1946|
|Client||FAF Home Guard Labor Service|
The Second Russian Civil War Memorial was constructed to honor all civilians and FAF personnel that were killed during the Second Russian Civil War. It has an estimated 10,000 FAF Coffins and 2,500 Civilian Coffins. It is located to the East of Salavat (Where most of the combat took place). It opened two years after the Civil War.
The SRCWM was constructed at the request of the former Premier. She wanted it to serve as a grand monument that would make everybody remember the losses of those fighting the "Cursed Horde."
Nobody was sure on how to construct the memorial so construction wouldnt begin for a few months after the Civil War.