The GKP filed an urgent Appeal against this obvious attack upon the International Working-Class – but this Appeal was ‘Denied’ when heard by the Administrative Court of Berlin and the Higher Administrative Court. The reasons given for these decisions were purely arbitrary and outrageous! The Berlin Authorities declared the Soviet Red Flag (which carries a ‘Hammer and Sickle’) to be a ‘fascist’ symbol (but would not permit a ‘discussion’ as to WHY they thought this) – and declared the Soviet Red Army as being a vehicle for tyranny, oppression and persecution (no discussion was allowed explaining the Red Army ‘Liberation’ of the Nazi German Death Camps)! As the ‘modern’ Russian Army still carries this Red Flag – the Berlin Courts Ruled – this flag can no longer be carried (or displayed) ‘legally’ in public!
The Red Flag – or ‘Red Banner’ – was carried to the top of the Reichstag around the 30th of April (although exact dates vary
Report of the commander of the 1st Belorussian Front, Marshal of the Soviet Union G.K. Zhukov, to the Supreme Commander-in-Chief I.V. raised the Soviet flag
As he wrote during interrogation, until the very end of April 1945, Hitler’s inner circle, who was next to him in the Reich Chancellery bunker in Berlin, did not know the Fuhrer’s final intentions.
“Only on April 30, in the afternoon, he called me together with my adjutant, Colonel Betz. Hitler met me in the hallway and led me to his room. He shook my hand and said: “Baur, I want to say goodbye to you, I want to thank you for all the years of service,” the ex-pilot recalled.
“He was very old and haggard. His hands were trembling, it was clear to me that they had made the final decision to commit suicide,” the military man recalled.
Hitler told him that he wanted to donate his favourite painting as a keepsake – a portrait of King Frederick the Great by Rembrandt that hung in his room. Baur tried to dissuade Hitler from committing suicide, “because then everything will fall apart in a few hours.”
“My soldiers can’t and don’t want to hold on anymore. I can’t take it anymore,” Hitler replied.
He went on to say that “the Russians are on Potsdamer Platz” and could capture him alive, allegedly using sleeping gas. Hitler added that he ordered to burn his corpse and the corpse of his wife Eva Braun, because he was afraid that they would be hanged for show, as the Italian partisans had previously hanged the corpse of the leader of fascist Italy, Benito Mussolini.
The purpose of the inscription was to record this momentous occasion and the Red Army Units involved in achieving it! This was a natural process carried-out ‘on the ground’ by the military staff and personnel ‘in theatre’ and had nothing to do with the Central Committee in Moscow. Indeed, it was only later that the Red Banner of Victory would be ‘officially’ adopted and ‘Endorsed’ by the Communist Party following a debate and a vote!
5) The UN understands that Russia is acting both ‘legally’ and ‘lawfully’ – and that it is the US, UK and EU which are having political, legal and military problems trying to brainwash their respective populations into believing a ‘lie’ (namely that ‘Russia has invaded the Ukraine’) – whilst staying within the legally prescribed boundaries!