This is correct as the Red Army personnel are trained in the morality of Marxist-Leninism, and understand their role to be one of ‘protection’ and ‘liberation’, and never one of pointless ‘aggression’ and ‘murder’. It is the Red Army that is tasked after the Revolution, to keep the workers safe. If civil society is to progressively develop through the application of science, then workers as citizens must be ‘free’ of the fear of arbitrary death and maiming from other citizens. Only the Red Army possesses the appropriate morality to carry out this task.
Under the paved floor inside the building, the body of an unknown Soviet soldier – together with a body of an unknown Concentration Camp victim – were respectfully laid to rest, with a rectangular glass prism placed over the graves, that contained an ‘Eternal Flame’ of remembrance. This monument was continuously guarded by soldiers of the Friedrich Engels Guard Regiment.