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Replicas of Soviet Victory Banner Hoisted at Transneft Building in Moscow

2 April 2020 Return to video

Flags that are replicas of the Victory Banner have been placed on flagpoles of the central Transneft office in Moscow in the run-up to celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

The banners have been made at the Company’s initiative and are hoisted as a tribute of respect to peoples of the USSR, having smashed the Nazi foe, and as a sign of pride in this great deed.

The Victory Banner is a national treasure and an official emblem of the Victory over Nazi Germany in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. The banner represents the assault flag of Idritskaya Second-Degree Kutuzov Order Rifle Division No. 150, hoisted on 1 May 1945 over the Reichstag in Berlin. 

Video report of Transneft TV

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