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As my annual tradition since 2014,
I am continuing my Virtual Victory Day Marathon & flashmob
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The very first Victory Day Parade on Red Square. It actually took place on June 24, not on May 9. It was only much later that May 9th parade became a tradition.
Watch the famous footage of the defeated Nazi armies’ banners being thrown to the foot of the Kremlin & Mausoleum, including Hitler’s personal banner, starting @ 33:05!
There is a remarkable story and symbolism attached to it: the soldiers throwing the banners are wearing black gloves, which were sewn especially for the occasion, so they would not touch the ‘brown plague of Nazism’ with their bare hands. After the event, the gloves were burned.
VIDEO 2 – amazing story of Russian courage, higher consciousness… and sense of humor, despite…
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