Red Square is in its holiday garb. November 7, 1967. This day has come- the?
Red Square is in its holiday garb. November 7, 1967. This day has come- the day of the holiday, which marks the glorious chronicle of half a century of the Soviet state.
The Minister of Defence of the USSR, Marshal of the Soviet Union Grehcko delivers the speech.
This year the military parade is unusual. Overstepping half a century the heroes of the October revolution and Civil War same to life on Red Square: here are the workers of the Red Guard, the detachment of revolutionary sailors are marching. And here are the legendary machine-gun carts of the Mounted Army. Armored cars battalion goes. Such was the army of the workers and peasants at the dawn of the Soviet state.
And here is the Army of to-day at the day of the fiftieth anniversary of the Great October. The armed forces of the USSR are equipped with the up-to-date arms. They vigilantly guard the accomplishments of the Great October socialist revolution and fraternal socialist countries.
The participants of the jubilee demonstration are coming on Red Square.
The unity of the Soviet people around the Leninist party is great and solid, and it leads victoriously the country to new successes during fifty years.