Harry and Lisa Galkin
The coronavirus pandemic has brought adjustments to the Victory Day celebration this year – the celebration will take place without a traditional parade in Red Square, folk festivals and concerts in every city across the country, while the action commemorative “Immortal Regiment” will always take place online. Despite the circumstances, people continue to remember the great feat of our ancestors and share photos of their loved ones and their life stories on social networks. The stars also actively congratulate their compatriots on the 75th anniversary of the great victory. Yesterday, Maxim Galkin, Alsu and other stars recorded the song “May 9” with verses by Mikhail Tanich, and today Alla Pugacheva with children, Philip Kirkorov, Jasmine, Danila Kozlovsky and many other stars joined their. SPLETNIK.RU has collected its congratulatory messages in new documents.
Maxim Galkin: “May 9. Happy Victory Day! Today we remember all of our loved ones who fought, who survived the terrible war, remember the dead. Happy holidays, dear friends! ”
Philip Kirkorov: “Happy big victory! May 9! Let smiles bloom on their faces, and tears will flow only with joy. Thank you to all those who fought in the name of peace and freedom, we are sincerely proud of it and have an eternal memory ”
Daria Klyukina: “May 9. A truly important date in the history of many countries. 75 years since the day of victory. Unlimited thanks to my great grandfather Mikhail Ivanovich Dukhonchenko and to those who gave us a clear sky above our heads. I invite you to mentally honor our brave heroes, to devote time to memory and to value more what we have. Happy Victory Day, my friends!
Alena Doletskaya: “Eternal glory and bow to the earth. Stanislav Doletsky and Kira Daniel-Beck, military surgeons, 2nd Belarusian Front, 1945. And to all of you who were, who are, who gave us life ”
Valentin Yudashkin: “Here is my grandfather! Pyotr Iosifovich Poberezovsky. Eternal memory”
I want to congratulate everyone on a happy holiday, Victory Day! May 8 and 9, respectively, mark the end of World War II for the Allies and the Russian army. In my family there were many fighters and soldiers who fought during the war. This is a photograph of my grandmother Tatyana Popova, who entered the frontline nurse when she was only 16 years old. On her 18th birthday, she went through untold horrors to Berlin. Her husband, my maternal grandfather, Alexander Loginov, also led the whole war. Also, my paternal grandfather, Bogdan Jovovich, fought in the ranks of Yugoslav partisans. You can say that I am part of a long line of fighters, soldiers and revolutionaries, and I am very proud of my heritage and of the extraordinary people I come from. When things go wrong, I think about what my grandmother went through when she was a child, and nothing else seems so complicated. Today I want to honor their memories and the memories of all the brave souls who fought to make this world a better and more worthy place. We need more of these people today.
Victory Day At the start of the war, my grandfather on my mother’s side had already been slaughtered in Lubyanka as “an enemy of the people”, and my father’s parents were veterinarians, it was the rear who needed such specialists. Mom and dad had just finished their studies, they hadn’t met yet, but they had one thing in common … Moscow was bombed almost immediately from evening until dawn. Dad said that the alarm was announced on the radio and that people fled to bomb the shelters, then they got used to it and many stayed at home, and older boys and girls went on roofs to extinguish landmines. The “lighters” flashed, and they had to be dropped as quickly as possible so that the other brigade at the bottom filled the bombs with sand. This is how the war started with my future parents. Mom on Sukharevka, dad on the roofs of Kozitsky Lane. And my nanny, Aunt Nyura, encountered a war in the village near Pereslavl-Zalessky. Before being sent to the evacuation, she worked as a postman. It was from her that I learned the letters “funeral” and triangular … It was difficult for me to find a poem on Alice’s war. Everything seemed to be going wrong: now too old, now terrible, now incomprehensible. And then – here it is! “Nyurka-trouble” … Surprisingly, after two generations, my six-year-old granddaughter told the story of the person closest to me – a story that even my own children did not know.
Renata Litvinova: “Happy Victory Day!”
Today is 75 years of the Great Victory! The Second World War, which became the Great Patriotic War for our country, is without doubt one of the most terrible pages in world history and in the history of the Russian people. During these war years, total losses do not lend themselves to human understanding. How important it is today to remember all those who gave their lives on the battlefields, all those who worked to burn themselves in the back, all those who died and survived the terrible years of the Leningrad blockade. All those with whom we live, dream and think about the future. Quietly and significantly lift a glass of vodka for these great figures. My teacher Lev Dodin, in an address to our theater, said: “Today I want all of us, humanity, and ask the Lord God that nothing like this happen again.” Lord, give us the spirit to never let it happen again. Good day of great victory!
Anna Netrebko: Happy Victory Day !!! 75 ″
Ekaterina Barnava: “May 9, I believe, is a very special day in the life of each person who has lived, lives and will live. Totally special. Absolutely touching. Very sad in places and at the same time happy. I cannot call this day a generally accepted holiday, I can call this day Memorial Day. I can call Freedom Day. I can call it the day of devouring love and tragedy. The importance of this day is unconditional, untimely and will always be relevant for those who appreciate human life. Happy Victory Day! Happy Peace Day over your head! I hope you show responsibility and common sense and stay home today because our fight against the epidemic is not yet over. Not a single greeting is worth your health, your loved ones and everyone you meet on the way! “
With the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory! I wish all veterans health, joy, spiritual harmony, I would like our loved ones and our state to take care of them as well as possible! I really admire the people who went through the war. Having overcome incredible physical and psychological difficulties, they have not forgotten how to enjoy life, they treat everything with wisdom, you can learn a lot from them. I ask everyone who has the power to influence the situation: make sure that today and every day, veterans feel their importance, feel loved, appreciated and that we are happy and thankful for everything! I think it’s one of the best gifts for them.
If you know that somewhere nearby lives a man who once fought for our freedom, support him. Find out what he really needs and help him get it if you get the chance. Or show any other sign of attention, respecting the precautionary rules, because the health of the elderly must first be protected! I will also try to personally congratulate one of the veterans, of course, without contact, now is the time, unfortunately. But the main thing, my friends, is to remember that all our difficulties are incomparable with what our veterans, these courageous incredible people have gone through. Let us never forget to whom we owe our lives. Happy Holidays, Victory Day!
Denis Klyaver: “Congratulations to all of us on the 75th anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War! Each year, this event is moving away from us, but the memories and gratitude to all those to whom we owe a peaceful sky above- above our heads grow stronger in our hearts! We honor and keep the eternal memory of the heroic deed of our heroes! Our grandfathers and grandmothers. I sincerely wish my dear veterans good health. I bow in front of you. Thank you for your life. Happy Victory Day! ”
Happy Victory Day! My grandmother is Tamara. She went through the whole blockade of Leningrad with two small children in her arms, lost her mother there. She worked in the factory and already at the end of the blockade stepped on a rusty nail. The road to life has just been opened. She flatly did not want to leave, but was told – if not gangrene and the worst consequences. My grandmother was in Yekaterinburg met my grandfather – Ivan, he lost his leg defending Moscow and he had 3 children in his arms. Together they raised 6 children. Strength of spirit and endless love of life, this is what I remember in my grandparents. There is a book by S. Aleksievich “War has no female face”. Today, wonderful actresses will read the stories of courage and heroism of women who have gone through war. Everyone in their Instagram.
Kristina Orbaikayte: “75 years since the big day of victory! May 9 has always been a special day and vacation for our family. My grandfather and my grandmother met their fellow soldiers, there were memories, tears, the joy of the meeting and unforgettable songs ”
Jasmine: “Happy great victory, dear friends! First of all, of course, I want to bow to the feat of all the heroes, all the veterans of war and work, thanks to whom we were born on a peaceful land! And our generation on this day, I want once again to ask you not to forget history: both the history of the whole country and the history of each hero of your families, to preserve it carefully and pass on to children. Happy future, peace, bright sky, health and festive atmosphere! In order to pay tribute to the memory of these great years, today during the day, I will present my performance of several songs that our grandparents, war heroes and devoted workers of the front sang. Go for some light. Excellent musician, composer accompanies me on the accordion. “
Natalia Podolskaya: “” Friends! All with a great victory day !!!! Nothing is forgotten, nobody is forgotten! Remember and honor and thank
Alika Smekhova: “Victory Day! Glory to the heroes and eternal memory of the dead. Happy holidays my dear”
My favorites on the immortal regiment 2 years ago! My grandmother is holding a photo of my grandfather, Ivan Kuzmich Alferov! He went to the front as a volunteer, immediately entered the infantry. We all know what infantry is, it’s scary! The grandfather forced the Dnieper, was injured, miraculously survived, was sent back to Novosibirsk to the hospital. He received a medal of courage. After recovering, he graduated from the officers’ school and went to the front again! After the capitulation of Germany, the grandfather’s war was not over. He was sent to Japan. What a beautiful strong thug he was! He did not like to remember the war and said nothing, it was too terrible memories. How I loved myself! How proud I was of them! Thank you grandfather Ivan for the victory!
Based on materials: www.spletnik.ru