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Русский: 1917 год, революционные матросы Линкора Петропавловск ( Балтийский флот) в Гельсингфорсе (ныне Хельсинки) вокруг красного знамени на котором написано «Смерть буржуям!»
Suomi: Venäläisiä sotalaiva Petropavlovskin merimiehiä kesällä 1917 Helsingissä. Lipussa teksti "Kuolema porvareille".
English: Revolutionary Russian sailors of Russian Imperial Navy battleship Petropavlovsk in Helsinki during summer 1917. Flag carries text "Death to the petty bourgeoise".
(Location most likely Helsinki Senate Square; the wall of Helsinki Cathedral shown in the background.)
Date Summer 1917
Author Unknown
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