Russian Victory Day

On April 16, 1945, the Soviet army attacked Berlin from the Oder River and the Nice River at the same time, fighting for 16 nights and nights. At 3 pm on May 2, the Germans stopped fighting and the Berlin campaign ended. At 2400 hours on May 8, 1945, the unconditional surrender ceremony in Germany was officially held in Berlin. The German surrender book came into effect on May 9, 1945 at 0:00. This is the end of the European war. Therefore, May 9th will be regarded as the Russian Victory Day. On April 19, 1995, the State Duma of the Russian Federation (lower house of parliament) passed a decree commemorating the Victory Day, stipulating that May 9th is a national holiday and a national holiday. On this day of the year, Russia will hold a military parade, sing a salute, and set up a fixed post next to the open flame of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Moscow.


Basic information

In World War II, Germany flashed the Soviet Union.


In the spring of 1945, with the cooperation of the army and people of Eastern European countries, the Soviet army eliminated the vital forces of the German army through the Battle of Hungary, the Battle of Wisła-Oder, the Battle of Silesia, and the Battle of East Pomerania, liberating Poland, Hungary, and Austria. Eastern and Vienna, occupying part of Czechoslovakia and eastern Germany. Created conditions for the capture of Berlin.


By the end of March and early April 1945, the Soviet army had prepared for attacking Berlin. The troops participating in this battle were the first army of Belarus under the command of Marshal GK Zhukov, the second army of Belarus under the command of Marshal KK Rokosovsky, and the first army of Ukraine under the command of Marshal IS Corniche. The total strength was 250. More than 10,000 people. Hitler’s strength to serve in Berlin was a total of 1 million. On April 16, 1945, the Soviet army attacked Berlin from the Oder River and the Nice River at the same time, fighting for 16 nights and nights. At 3 pm on May 2, the Germans stopped fighting and the Berlin campaign ended. The Soviet army annihilated 93 divisions of the German army and captured more than 400,000 German troops. Two groups of German troops (55 divisions) in the Czechoslovakia also surrendered in mid-May. At 2400 hours on May 8, 1945, the unconditional surrender ceremony in Germany was officially held in Berlin. The German surrender book came into effect on May 9, 1945 at 0:00. This is the end of the European war.


Therefore, May 9th will be regarded as the Russian Victory Day.


Festival tradition

Bearing in mind the name of every victim of the country, even the unknown heroes, they must ignite their solemn and sacred long fire, which is the glorious tradition of Russia. On April 19, 1995, the State Duma of the Russian Federation (lower house of parliament) passed a decree commemorating the Victory Day, stipulating that May 9th is a national holiday and a national holiday. On this day of the year, Russia will hold a military parade, sing a salute, and set up a fixed post next to the open flame of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Moscow.

Festival event

Every time Victory Day comes, people will commemorate that historic moment in various ways. Many people wear a yellow-black stripe on their chest and arms, a "George Ribbon" symbolized as a symbol of bravery and victory, and others attach the ribbon to the car's antenna and mirror, and some young mothers tie the ribbon to the child's On the trolley, it constitutes a beautiful scene in the commemoration of Victory Day. The most devout of them is the World War II veterans, who are the protagonists of this festival and the most respected.

Russian Victory Day