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Sergei Kamin knows exactly what to do if his workers find a bomb from the Battle of Stalingrad.Kamin is directing construction of a stadium for next year's World Cup in the city of Volgograd – known as Stalingrad during World War II. Four World Cup matches are set to be staged in the new stadium.When the battle finally ended, the wrecked city of Stalingrad held a football match, marking the first hopes of a return to normal life.The city is packed with memorials to the dead of World War II and also the Russian Civil War, where Volgograd – then called Tsaritsyn after the Russian emperors – was a battleground between 1918 and 1920 .
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