RossTV showed Bonnie and Clyde as “victims of war” at a concert by May 9 (video)

The robbers were shown among the couples who were separated by the Second World War.

RossTV showed Bonnie and Clyde as "victims of war" at a concert by May 9 / screenshot
RossTV showed Bonnie and Clyde as “victims of war” at a concert by May 9 / screenshot

At the concert dedicated to May 9 (Victory Day is celebrated in Russia), American robbers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were shown. 

The big concert was broadcast on the federal propaganda “Channel 1”.

So, during the performance of the song “If there was no war” about the bitter loss of a woman who did not find love because of the war, a slide show with photographs of couples separated by the Second World War was shown against the background. 

Among these couples, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, American robbers who operated during the Great Depression, wormed their way.

https://www.unian.net/player/U2wA7bM2Russian propagandists showed Bonnie and Clyde at a concert on May 9

It is noteworthy that they showed a picture taken in March 1933 – a year and two months before the criminals were killed by the Texas Rangers and police from Louisiana.

Bonnie and Clyde/photo by Library of Congress
Bonnie and Clyde/photo by Library of Congress

As UNIAN wrote, President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin on Monday, May 9 (Victory Day is celebrated in the Russian Federation) in Moscow at a military parade during the proclamation of his speech.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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