Red Army


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Red Army

 

(the Workers’ and Peasants’ Red Army, RKKA), from 1918 until 1946 the official name for the ground troops and air force. Together with the navy it constituted the armed forces of the USSR.

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We owe the infamous Red Army nothing, and it is unfortunate the Western Allies did not keep on driving East and liberating the Russian people from tyranny.
THE ALEXANDROV RED ARMY CHORUS Oct 12, 7:00 pm Russia's most prestigious choir, the world-famous Alexandrov Red Army Chorus will sing from a repertoire that ranges from folk tunes to operatic arias and popular music.
Address : 141310, Moscow Region, Sergiev Posad Rayon, Sergiev Posad, Pr-Kt Red Army, House 169
A product of the radical anti-establishment student politics of the 1960s and the anti-Vietnam war movement, the Red Army Faction killed an estimated 34 people between 1970, when it was founded, and 1991.
Around 500 people attended the sell-out Devils presentation evening when coaches Andrew Lord and Neil Francis named their choice as player of the year and went for captain Tyson Marsh Cardiff Devils award winners: defenceman of the year Andrew Hotham; forward of the year Joey Martin; fans' favourite Trevor Hendrikx; unsung hero Mark Richardson; most valuable player Ben Bowns; leading scorer Joey Martin; players' player of the year Joey Martin; coach's player of the year Tyson Marsh; Red Army travel man of the match Ben Bowns.
Even though the Red Army troops brought decades of communism, city authorities care for their cemetery and Warsaw residents light candles for them.
A meeting-requiem dedicated to the memory of the Red Army took place in the Bishkek's Oak Park at the Eternal Flame, the mayor's office reported on October 20.
August 10, 2014 (BOR) -- Members of South Sudan's former child soldiers, known as the red army, on Sunday undertook general cleaning at Dr.
Red Army soldiers' and officers' perception of civilian casualties in World War II, including the Nazis' mass murder of Jews, or the Holocaust, was in large measure a function of the prevailing views of society more generally.
On the Precipice: Stalin, the Red Army Leadership and the Road to Stalingrad, 1931-1942
Unknown protesters in Bulgaria have used pink paint to transform a monument to the Soviet Red Army in Sofia.
Were the mass surrenders of Red Army soldiers a reflection of political opposition to the Soviet state?