Soviet red flags were raised in Victory Day celebrations across Europe, despite a ban on the display of Soviet and Russian flags in several countries including Germany
The rise of the far-right and the ongoing Russia-NATO war in Ukraine have led to a spike in Russophobia and attacks on communists and their symbols in Eastern Europe
The Mauthausen Camp complex in Upper Austria was one of the five major concentration camps operated by Nazi Germany during World War II. Around 90,000 out of the 200,000 inmates there were reportedly killed
Russian authorities have tried to ban events planned for the commemoration of the 103rd anniversary of the foundation of the Soviet Red Army citing COVID-19 restrictions
The monument in Jekabpils, Latvia, installed on the grave of three Soviet soldiers who died in combat during World War II, was vandalized on February 24
Peoples Dispatch talks to Arafat Bdarny, secretary-general of the Israeli Communist Youth
May 9 is Victory Day, which celebrates the defeat of Nazism and Fascism in World War II.
On the 75th anniversary of Victory Day, which commemorates the surrender of Hitler’s Germany in World War II, we bring you the recollections of Red Army veteran Moritz Mebel who took part in grueling campaigns against the Nazis from the gates of Moscow to the Czech Republic
Temur Pipia, leader of the Unified Communist Party of Georgia, was detained by the Georgian police while returning from Russia. The state authorities have registered a case against him invoking the 2011 Freedom Charter
Fascist groups gathered in Budapest for the 75th Honor Day to commemorate the Nazis who were killed during the Siege of Budapest by the Soviet Army in 1945.
The operation was part of the Vistula–Oder Offensive, which was a successful Red Army operation on the Eastern Front in the European Theatre of World War II in January 1945.
The mayor of the municipal division of Prague-6 is reportedly planning to relocate the memorial of Soviet General Ivan Stepanovich Konev. It is seen as a bid to appease the right-wing, neo-Nazi sections of the country