Day of the military parade on Red Square in Moscow in 1941 (07/11)

Day of Military Glory of Russia - The day of the military parade on Red Square in the city of Moscow to commemorate the twenty-fourth anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution (1941), celebrated annually on November 7, established by Federal Law No. 32-FZ of March 13, 1995.

The holding of a military parade on Red Square in Moscow in 1941, on the day of the 24th anniversary of the October Revolution and in the most difficult days of the Great Patriotic War for the country, was of great military and political significance, had a great moral impact on the morale of the Soviet troops, contributed to emotional rise and strengthening of faith in the final victory among the peoples of the country. Despite the fact that the capital of the USSR was under a state of siege.

On the eve of the parade, I.V. Stalin, the speech of the leader caused an incredible rise in patriotic feelings and a desire for victory over the fascist invaders in the listening country.