10 Russian Santa Protects Russia

Russian Santa Protects Russia

Posted on January 6, 2010 by

Russian World War II Christmas postcard

During the World War 2 Russian soldiers had their special Christmas and New Year postcards.

On some of such Santa looked not very peaceful in his solidarity attempt to defeat the “malicious attacker”. So probably those are the only ones where Santa can hold a machine gun or be in some other furious acts.

Russian World War II Christmas postcard 2

Russian World War II Christmas postcard 3

Russian World War II Christmas postcard 4

Russian World War II Christmas postcard 5

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10 Responses to “Russian Santa Protects Russia”

  1. acidwash says:

    Oi, my frost, my frost
    Dont frost bite myself
    Dont frost bite me, nor my hosrsee!

  2. eger_666 says:

    Pic #2 is nice one )))

  3. Providence says:

    Those are so cool!

  4. peter says:

    what does the text say on the pictures?

  5. Ivana Benderova says:

    At first Santa would punish the bad ones by placing lumps of coal into their Christmas stockings. But then the EU decided that coal emissions makes worse the problem of global warming. Now Santa is forced to punish the bad ones with missiles and guns. And this is why climate change is very bad indeed.

  6. Russian_NYC says:

    HO! HO! HO!!! Reminds me of the bad santa from Futurama =)

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