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From the speech of Marshal G.K. Zhukov at the Victory Parade on June 24, 1945.

Marshal G.K. Zhukov speaks on the Victory Parade on June 24, 1945.

Maybe this photo was taken at the very moment when Zhukov pronounced the following words: 96 more words

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The Stalin’s speech at the reception in honor of the commanders of the Red Army on May 24, 1945. Full-text version. 2 variants.

The first text is the text of stenograph / transcript.

The second text is the variant of speech that was published in Soviet newspapers on May 25, 1945. 641 more words

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From Stalin's speech at the reception in honor of the commanders of the Red Army on May 24, 1945. The shortened version.

The painting “A toast for the great Russian folk!” The author: Mikhail Ivanovich Khmel’ko. 1949.

Our government had a lot of mistakes, we had moments of a desperate situation in 1941-1942, when our army retreated, left our native villages and cities… because there was no other way out. 114 more words

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Photopost # 2. Military parade on November 7, 1941. Kuibyshev city.

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On October 15, 1941, the Government of the USSR, the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, diplomatic missions and large cultural institutions were evacuated to the Kuibyshev city (now Samara city). 81 more words

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Photopost # 1. Military parade on November 7, 1941. Moscow, the Red Square.

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The military parade on November 7, 1941 which took place in Moscow on the Red Square, was dedicated to the 24th anniversary of the October Revolution in Russia. 53 more words

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The text of the Soviet military oath. 1941.

This is the most famous Soviet poster of the time of the Great Patriotic war – the Soviet part of the WWII. The name of this poster “Motherland is calling!” His author was Irakliy Moiseevich Toidze and he created it in 1941. 203 more words

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