Dear Kazakhstan citizens!
Congratulations on the Day of the Defender of the Fatherland!
On May 7, 1992, the National Armed Forces were established by the decree of the First President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. Each year, this important date gives a start to the celebration of the Great Victory Day.
Kazakh girl-sniper Aliya Moldagulova became a legend of the Second World War. The brave daughter of the country of the Great Steppe destroyed about 80 fascist soldiers and officers during the Great Patriotic War. At the age of 19, she was posthumously awarded the Star of the Hero of the Soviet Union.
The Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Elbassy presents a virtual exhibition "Kazakhstan Soldiers in the battle for Stalingrad", dedicated to the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War.
Rakhimzhan Koshkarbaev - a legendary officer of the Great Patriotic War, who during the storming of Berlin was one of the first, along with fellow soldier Grigory Bulatov, to put up a red banner on the facade of the Reichstag building in Berlin. This historic event took place on April 30, 1945. By this feat, the valiant and brave hero of the Kazakh people went down in the history of World War II
The legendary strike pilot, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, Major General of aviation of Kazakhstan Talgat Begeldinov was born on August 5, 1922, in the village of Maybalyk, Korgalzhyn district, Akmola region. His life was very challenging. Talgat's parents passed away early. From the age of 6, the boy was raised by his father's younger brother in Pishpek (now Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan). From an early age, Talgat worked hard, helping his grandmother, herding and milking cows and horses.
On the eve of the day of Unity of the People of Kazakhstan, the Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Elbassy prepared a virtual exhibition dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the Assembly of People of Kazakhstan.
Malik Gabdullin was born on November 15, 1915, in Koysalgan, now it is the Zerendinsky district of Akmola region. From an early age, his father taught him Arabic writing. From 1924 to 1931, Malik studied at the seven-year Kazakh school in Kokshetau. Once a group of writers arrived in the city for a conference, among which was a Kazakh poet and writer Sabit Mukanov. The delegation of guests visited the school where young Gabdullin studied. Malik plucked up his courage to approach the writer. He asked for his support to continue his studies in Almaty.
This year, April 26 marks the 120th anniversary of the birth of the classic of Kazakh literature, writer, public figure Sabit Mukanov. Having started his creative activity with poetry, Sabit Mukanovich showed himself in all genres of literature. One of the brightest pearls in the heritage of Mukanov as a poet was the song "Kazakh waltz". Together with the famous composer Latyf Hamidi, he created a real masterpiece, which performed by the incomparable Kulyash Baiseitova immediately conquered the entire country.
Another hero of the Information Project of the Library of Elbassy "Uly dala tarlandary" is Dinara Shukizhanova – the winner of the Republican contest "100 new personalities of Kazakhstan". Dinara Shukizhanova started her career in the youth movement of Kostanay region, in a short time she managed to rise to a top manager at one of the country's largest enterprises for the production of agricultural machinery.