Flinging Down Nazi Standards on Red Square
On June 24, 1945, during ceremony of Victory Parade on the Red Square, honored officers and soldiers including “SMERSH” department of Military Counterintelligence were flung down captured Nazi regimental standards in front of the Lenin Mausoleum, to be trampled by Soviet marshals riding white horses.
Display in special exhibition “SMERSH – Death to Spies” dedicated to 70th anniversary of Soviet Counterintelligence in the museum of Armed Forces.
The lighted digital photo frame provided by Raygler Company (USA) that specializes on displaying digital pictures, video clips and music.
Photo #279 taken on June 07, 2013 during tour of the Central Museum of Armed Forced in Moscow with my Dear client from Brazil, Marcelo Ramos.
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