The only surviving Soviet country, the national emblem and flag is still a sickle hammer, but the international community is unwilling to recognize it

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Throughout history, the half-century battle for hegemony between the United States and the Soviet Union once attracted the attention of the world. The

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Throughout history, the half-century battle for hegemony between the United States and the Soviet Union once attracted the attention of the world. However, no one expected that on December 25, 1991, the global situation suddenly changed. The Soviet Union, the former superpower, disintegrated overnight, and the international political landscape changed from "bipolar hegemony" to "one superpower, multiple powers." After the red flag landed, the fifteen republics have embarked on their own development paths. However, it is worth mentioning that the term "Soviet" did not die with the collapse of the Soviet Union. In today's Europe, there is still a real Soviet state, which still follows all the systems and culture of the Soviet model, and its flag and national emblem also have a strong Soviet style.

The only surviving Soviet country, the national emblem and flag is still a sickle hammer, but the international community is unwilling to recognize it

▲Overlooking the Transnistria

This lonely and stubborn Soviet regime is the German Left Republic. The Republic of Germany, the full name of the Republic of Moldavia along the Transnistria (also known as the Republic of Transnistria), is the capital of Tiraspol. From a geographical point of view, the Republic of Germany and the Left is located in Eastern Europe and is a "national China" sandwiched between Moldova and Ukraine. Before the collapse of the Soviet Union, the German Left Republic was a Soviet republic—-A province of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic (now Moldova).

The only surviving Soviet country, the national emblem and flag is still a sickle hammer, but the international community is unwilling to recognize it

▲Tiraspol Street Scene

After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Moldova was like other Like the Eastern European countries, they finally embarked on the path of capitalism. However, the German-Left region still insisted on republicanism, and war broke out between the two sides. Finally, with the assistance and intervention of Russia, the German-Left region succeededBreak away from Moldova and continue to maintain the old Soviet system. Today, the flag of the Republic of Germany still has the sickle and hammer from the Soviet era, and the national emblem has also followed the former national emblem of Moldavia, with only minor changes. Not only that, the Republic of Germany still implements the public economic system of the Soviet era, and its currency is also called "Ruble".

The only surviving Soviet country, the national emblem and flag is still a sickle hammer, but the international community is unwilling to recognize it

▲Comparison of the national emblems of Moldavia and the Republic of Germany

As a "country within a country", the German Left Republic has an area of ​​only 4,400 square kilometers, which is about a quarter of the area of ​​Beijing. However, in this small country, there are still 500,000 people living, and they all believe that the Soviets will eventually win. To this day, the anniversary of the "October Revolution" is still a national holiday in the Republic of Germany and Left. There are statues of Lenin on the streets, and the walls are covered with Soviet-style propaganda slogans such as "Unity is strength".

The only surviving Soviet country, the national emblem and flag is still a sickle hammer, but the international community is unwilling to recognize it

▲Dezuo women in traditional clothes

What’s even more unimaginable is that this looks A small backward and remote country has a considerable reputation in the international arena, and it is still “notorious.” It turns out that in the Soviet era, the German-Left region was an important industrial center and weapons and equipment reserve center. "It is logical" to become a trading center for many international arms dealers to carry out reselling activities. Therefore, many people call the Republic of Germany the "Arms Country".

▲The Supreme Soviet Building in Tiraspol

Since its birth, the German Left Republic has faced extremely complex geopolitical and historical issues. Moreover, "a weak country has no diplomacy". Therefore, the German Left Republic has not been able to become a mainstream country in the world. Only Russia and its small countries under its support (such as Abkhazia and South Ossetia) and some small countries with the same embarrassing status (such as the Republic of Naka) are willing to admit it. On the other hand, due to the increasingly sluggish international arms market Due to the joint blockade with neighboring countries, the German Left Republic has also become one of the poorest countries in Europe. However, after the situation in Ukraine has gradually deteriorated, the German Left Republic’s strategic position with regard to Russia is increasing day by day.Sri Lanka is also providing more and more financial and material assistance. Therefore, for many German and Left citizens, the future of a good life may not be far away.

Reference materials:

"National History: Moldova", "Introduction to the Republic of Germany and Left"

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