The Red Flag and Modern Russia! (12.3.2022)

In addition to the state flag in the Russian Federation, there are two more special banners. The first of them is the banner of the Russian armed forces, which is a red flag. This is the banner of Victory, under which our grandfathers and great-grandfathers fought, which flew over the Reichstag as a sign of the capture of Berlin during the Great Patriotic War.

Translator’s: Russia still retains the ‘Red Flag of Freedom’ – particularly as part of their military traditions! Remember, however, the ‘Red Flag’ belongs to humanity and is not limited to any single ethnic group. When the Russians carry it – they carry it for ALL of us! ACW (12.3.2022)

In April 1918, the tricolor was replaced by a red flag with a hammer and sickle (Decree of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee of April 14, 1918). Subsequently, this flag became the flag of the USSR, and the RSFSR received a flag with a vertical blue stripe.
After the 1917 revolution, the eagle ceased to be the coat of arms of Russia. The emblem of the USSR was an image of a sickle and a hammer against the backdrop of the globe, in the rays of the sun and framed by ears of corn, with an inscription in the languages of the union republics: “Proletarians of all countries, unite!”. At the top of the coat of arms is a five-pointed star. The coat of arms ceased to be a state symbol after the collapse of the USSR in 1991
On the night of January 1, 1944, the anthem of the Soviet Union sounded on the radio for the first time (music by A.V. Aleksandrov to lyrics by S.V. Mikhalkov and G. El-Registan). On December 25, 2000, the text of the anthem was slightly changed, but the melody remained the same – CLICK

Russian Language Article:

https://myslide.ru/presentation/otechestvo-moyo–rossiya

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