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The 70th Anniversary of the Great Victory. “Peace for the world”
The Great Patriotic War
Remember In centuries, In years – remember! About those, Who has never come, Remember! Do not cry! In a throat, you must restrain groans, Bitter groans. Be worthy of heroes! Be eternally worthy! Minute of silence
Жди меня, и я вернусь. Только очень жди, Жди, когда наводят грусть Желтые дожди, Жди, когда снега метут, Жди, когда жара, Жди, когда других не ждут, Позабыв вчера. Жди, когда из дальних мест Писем не придет, Жди, когда уж надоест Всем, кто вместе ждет. «Жди меня!»
1. Wait for me, and I'll come back! Wait with all you've got! 2. Wait, when dreary yellow rains Tell you, you should not. 3. Wait when snow is falling fast, Wait when summer's hot, 4. Wait when yesterdays are past, Others are forgot. 5. Wait, when from that far-off place, Letters don't arrive. 6. Wait, when those with whom you wait Doubt if I'm alive. Wait for me!
1 Group Celebrate Decorate Greet Deed Congratulate Victory Day Griece War Ancestor Veteran Keys: 2 Group Parade Salute Remarkable Invader Patriotic To be proud of Anniversary Battle enemy Fascist
Russia Italian the British The USA Poland English the Americans The UK the Polish the Russians Polish the Italians Italy Germany the French English Japan the Japanese French the Germans Russian Japanese German France
Victory Day In Russia and other countries Victory Day, or 9th May, is one of the great holidays of the year. It is a holiday of all people. In all towns there are decorations, flags and posters in the streets, in the shop windows and on the front of large buildings. On Victory Day morning there are meetings and demonstrations of the veterans who fought in the Great Patriotic War. On that day there is military parade in all big cities of our country. Flowers and souvenirs are given to those who took part in the Great Patriotic War. There are a lot of people in the streets and squares, at theatres, cinemas and concert halls. They are all celebrating their holiday. Many people go to see their friends or go for walks in the parks. In the evening there is a holiday salute and a minute of silence to remember all those who did not come back from the war.