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Victory Day in Estonia. Bronze soldier in Tallinn is buried in flowers

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On May 9, in Tallinn, to the monument "Bronze Soldier" in the morning they started to carry flowers, the portal reports DELFI.


Victory Day in Estonia. Bronze soldier in Tallinn is buried in flowers


By tradition, the monument became the center where people come to honor the memory of the fallen. 9 may be a working day in Estonia, so wreaths and flowers here began to be laid the day before. On Tuesday, the wreath “From the people of Estonia” was also laid here by the military chaplains of the Estonian Defense Forces.

“By mid-Wednesday, the monument was already buried in flowers. A youth guard of honor in the form of soldiers of the winning army was lined up at the monument. A delegation of the Russian embassy headed by Ambassador Alexander Petrov, veterans and representatives of public organizations, Russian compatriots, and young people came to lay wreaths. Many have St. George ribbons on their chests, ”the report says.



The MEP Yana Toom, who brought red roses, also visited the military cemetery.

In the evening, the “Immortal Regiment” marched in Tallinn. Two years ago, 600-800 people took part in the march, but this year there were much more participants - about 3000 people.

Recall that the monument, which in Estonia was named the "Bronze Soldier", was previously transferred to a cemetery from the central part of Tallinn. As planned by the authorities, they should have forgotten about him, but, as practice shows, neither the monument itself, nor the feat of the Soviet soldier has been forgotten.
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  1. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 10 May 2018 09: 02
    +6
    The notorious "Russian World" reacts to the return of dignity to their country! Russia holds its head high, and everyone feels it. Both patriots and enemies ...
    1. Vend
      Vend 10 May 2018 09: 04
      +2
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      The notorious "Russian World" reacts to the return of dignity to their country! Russia holds its head high, and everyone feels it. Both patriots and enemies ...

      Another blow to talerastnoy Europe.
      1. Basil50
        Basil50 10 May 2018 09: 10
        +6
        Yes, that’s not the point. In any country, in any nation, the majority never forgets that they are PEOPLE and only then PEOPLE remember their nation and religion.
        It’s a pity only one, any sane and others considers sane, and this is not always the case. To rule it is easiest to breed people according to religion, and there you can raise the Nazis and divide by caste. Which is what those who consider themselves have the right to rule use to seize and hold power.
        1. Vend
          Vend 10 May 2018 09: 22
          +3
          Quote: Vasily50
          Yes, that’s not the point. In any country, in any nation, the majority never forgets that they are PEOPLE and only then PEOPLE remember their nation and religion.
          It’s a pity only one, any sane and others considers sane, and this is not always the case. To rule it is easiest to breed people according to religion, and there you can raise the Nazis and divide by caste. Which is what those who consider themselves have the right to rule use to seize and hold power.

          Anyone imputed under the press of propaganda or fear at one moment becomes insane and keeps up with the frenzied crowd. Sobering comes later. And not everyone has the courage to move against the established current. It is gratifying that in the procession "Immortal Regiment" is already receiving more people every year. This is a blow not only to tolerant Europe, but to the whole tolerant world.
          1. Tatyana
            Tatyana 10 May 2018 09: 36
            +6
            The monument, which was called the Bronze Soldier in Estonia, was previously transferred to the cemetery from central Tallinn. As planned by the authorities, they should have forgotten about it, but, as practice shows, neither the monument itself nor the feat of the Soviet soldier were forgotten.

            About the Baltic countries do not even believe it!
            What would happen if the Bronze Soldier monument would not have been transferred from the center of Tallinn to the cemetery ?! How many people would come to him even MORE ?!

            The Soviet liberators from German fascism and after their death in the human memory are fighting for peace!
            We, too, bow our heads before them in great respect!
            1. Labrador
              Labrador 10 May 2018 10: 01
              +8
              Before, before the transfer, there were fewer colors.
              The transfer of the monument was a unifying event, a spit in the souls, sobering people up.
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      2. NEXUS
        NEXUS 10 May 2018 11: 53
        +3
        Quote: Wend
        Another blow to talerastnoy Europe.

        This means that even in the Baltic states, through rotten hatred of the Russian Federation, there are still people who want to live in friendship and respect with Russia. At the same time, realizing that we have a common history.
  2. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 10 May 2018 09: 02
    +2
    These "very-most", thought that if they remove the Monument to the RUSSIAN SOLDIER at the Memorial Cemetery, they will erase the people's memory of the GREAT VICTORY, and to hell to you Christ sellers ...
    1. hhhhhhh
      hhhhhhh 10 May 2018 09: 04
      +3
      We, too, must not forget what the Estonians did in the Pskov region.
      1. Andy
        Andy 10 May 2018 09: 12
        0
        really! what the 8th Estonian Rifle Corps under Great Luke was doing ... you, False Dmitry, it’s better to strain the memory of the roa, where it was noted ... provocateur
        1. hhhhhhh
          hhhhhhh 10 May 2018 09: 24
          +2
          Aren't you obliged to be proud not of the 8th infantry, but of Alexander Piegli?
          May 9 in Estonia Victory Day?
          ROA fighters no additional payments to retirement.
          1. Andy
            Andy 10 May 2018 09: 28
            -1
            I am proud of my ancestors. and you even hide your name ...
            1. hhhhhhh
              hhhhhhh 10 May 2018 09: 39
              +1
              I have never claimed that among Estonians everything is completely scum. I served with Estonians, I visited Estonia. The question is different, today Estonia is in occupation.
              you even hide your name
              I can not bear the name Kozma Minin? In the Russian Federation, there are no prohibitions on Russian names as in the Baltic states.
            2. hhhhhhh
              hhhhhhh 10 May 2018 10: 28
              0
              The descendants of wafen ss and punishers from the Pskov region are also proud of their ancestors.
              1. Andy
                Andy 10 May 2018 14: 28
                -1
                for the gifted article on human memory and to breed dirt.
                1. hhhhhhh
                  hhhhhhh 10 May 2018 15: 01
                  +1
                  I am for complete memory, but I don’t remember here, I don’t remember here.
                  Remember who killed the Pskov is dirt? You're wrong.
                  1. Andy
                    Andy 10 May 2018 15: 52
                    -1
                    They were killed by those who came to the monument with flowers? Their ancestors, who fought under the Soviet flag? So what is it for? Remember what the Nazis did and blaspheme the whole people in an article about the holiday. I said this in Russian to Russian in white. Do you want the SS man to say a few words, come to their meeting in blue. Here in this article is not!
                    1. hhhhhhh
                      hhhhhhh 10 May 2018 16: 30
                      0
                      They do not let me in, they are afraid of the truth-cutters.
    2. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 10 May 2018 09: 09
      +2
      Pride in the Victory inspired us to bring flowers and wreaths to the Monument! The feat of the Soviet Soldier is greater every year!
  3. Egorovich
    Egorovich 10 May 2018 09: 04
    +4
    You will never trample the holy with dirty boots! We remember!!!
    1. bouncyhunter
      bouncyhunter 10 May 2018 09: 22
      +3
      Yegorych, hello and with the past Great Victory Day! drinks It would be foolish to think that all residents of countries under the fifth heel of the West succumbed to brainwashing and forgot history for the sake of tolerance. This message from Estonia is proof of that! good
      1. Egorovich
        Egorovich 10 May 2018 09: 39
        +1
        Pasha, hi hi ! Victory for all of our peoples who inhabited the USSR became a Shrine. And people are the same everywhere. And you with the last Victory Day! Stop contacting me by patronymic, because you know very well my name.
        1. bouncyhunter
          bouncyhunter 10 May 2018 09: 43
          +1
          Accepted, Sasha! I will be corrected. wink Yesterday I went to the store for fire water, there is a passenger car at the traffic light, there are two guys and two girls in it for about 20 years. And from the speakers sounds "Katyusha". While there are such young people - from the wasabi ears to the West in general and mattresses in particular! good
          1. Egorovich
            Egorovich 10 May 2018 09: 56
            +1
            Katyusha is a song that sounds around the world. Sounds great in Japanese, just super! good
            1. bouncyhunter
              bouncyhunter 10 May 2018 09: 59
              +2
              And in Chinese, no worse! yes
              1. Egorovich
                Egorovich 10 May 2018 10: 30
                +1
                And Chinese women are also class! repeat
  4. Grandfather Makar
    Grandfather Makar 10 May 2018 09: 19
    +4
    Not bad of course Thank you! There are still many Russians left, or with a Russian soul! But in the future, of course, it’s better not to install such monuments in the territories .. They defile them constantly!
    1. Andy
      Andy 10 May 2018 09: 22
      0
      it’s better that there is no reason to install ... but there are different people — some with a can of paint go to the monument, others with flowers ... even in Russia itself.
      1. Grandfather Makar
        Grandfather Makar 10 May 2018 09: 59
        +4
        Quote: Andy
        it’s better that there is no reason to install ..

        I agree, but alas, Russia is again being pushed into the war in all sorts of ways (proven for centuries, provocations, separation, robbery) .. And then the cream will be removed! soldier An attempt to reach an agreement in the 80-90s resulted in the complete collapse of the USSR and the most serious moral losses .. The NATO troops are now not far from Moscow (time of rocket arrival)! And what do we do? soldier
  5. Simon
    Simon 10 May 2018 09: 22
    +2
    It is interesting, but the Estonian government does not cramp cheekbones on the face, eyes do not bulge? They removed the soldier from the city to the cemetery outside the city. They thought that the people would forget about the soldier-liberator. And what more people began to walk. The people do not forget their HEROES, forever they are in the memory of the people, in epics and legends. good
  6. cedar
    cedar 10 May 2018 09: 25
    +2
    It is evident that not all Estonians have forgotten how they lived in the Soviet "occupation". Now there is something to compare and say thanks to the Russian soldier to the "occupier", and may secretly wish to "occupy" again ...
    1. SlavaSSL
      SlavaSSL 10 May 2018 17: 02
      0
      Actually, the flowers were 99,5% Russian. Estonians do not care for our holidays. Well, and who does not care after hissing.
      1. Andy
        Andy 10 May 2018 18: 08
        -1
        :) yes, most are Russians. but the percentages are clearly wrong. it’s just that older people who come to the monument speak Russian. and there you’ll not always understand Russian or Estonian. they have lived all their lives in the USSR. and after that not everyone hisses - on May 9 one Estonian (young) said - why get angry? this is a story and you can’t cancel it ...
      2. tagil
        tagil 10 May 2018 21: 08
        +1
        Well, who else should bear it, if I’m wrong, correct, but there are fewer Estonians in Estonia than Russians, or something like that. And in Tallinn, probably and generally in the majority.
  7. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 10 May 2018 10: 18
    0
    Descendants curse you betraying MEMORY OF THE PEOPLE !!!
  8. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 10 May 2018 10: 34
    0
    Happy Great Holiday! Happy Victory Day !!!
  9. Horst78
    Horst78 10 May 2018 11: 45
    0
    There are no words. GOOD FELLOWS !!! As if the authorities had not demolished it at all as in other countries. Considering that "ours" are expanding, the answer will be worse than during the transfer.
  10. Hikaro
    Hikaro 11 May 2018 06: 06
    +2
    In Riga, over 150 people came to the monument to the liberators !! The monument was all strewn with flowers! Performance of collectives, Garik Sukachev, and many others! If we take into account that last year there were only 000! Latvian authorities will not understand why this is happening! In hate hissing and showering with Russian curses, this statistics wildly infuriates! It is especially nice that there were a lot of young people !! This means that despite the linguistic genocide, the Latvian authorities failed to destroy the foundations of Russian society in Latvia !! Russians, regardless of age, remember and honor the feat of the Soviet People! And the Latvians in their powerless malice have nothing to do with it !!
  11. Bort radist
    Bort radist 11 May 2018 18: 28
    0
    Quote: Tatiana
    The monument, which was called the Bronze Soldier in Estonia, was previously transferred to the cemetery from central Tallinn. As planned by the authorities, they should have forgotten about it, but, as practice shows, neither the monument itself nor the feat of the Soviet soldier were forgotten.

    About the Baltic countries do not even believe it!
    What would happen if the Bronze Soldier monument would not have been transferred from the center of Tallinn to the cemetery ?! How many people would come to him even MORE ?!

    The Soviet liberators from German fascism and after their death in the human memory are fighting for peace!
    We, too, bow our heads before them in great respect!

    He served in the Baltic states - Lithuania. In a group on classmates, videos are periodically posted. May 9, 2017 is Victory Day - veterans of the regiment, with awards, St. George ribbons are all decorum and peace.