Flag of USSR (Old Russia) TB
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Texas, United States
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About This Item
The old Soviet national flag, as most soviet flags, used a medium, bright shade of red. The hammer and sickle itself, originate from the unique Russian unity of the peasants (the sickle) with the workers (the hammer) who together formed the Soviet Russian state. The Red field is symbolism of the blood that has been spilled by workers the world over in the fight for their emancipation. The single yellow-bordered star is both the representation of the life and immense energy of the sun. The five points of the star symbolize the single unity and international representation of the government; each of the five points is representative of the five (up to then recognized) continents.
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