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anontir
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In the other case you directly desecrate the memory
Not exactly directly. For small kids every object can be used for games without bad thoughts.
One time I (5 years old) played in jumping game on monuments stone plate until my father noticed that.
And different countries has different laws and society rules.
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@anontir
Yep, that’s a difference. In one case you just climbing on the tank, which you can’t broken if don’t wanna it. In the other case you directly desecrate the memory of the fallen soldiers, as and on image lower.
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@anontir
I and many children regularly climb on the tank and play, without any attention from the police. Tbh, I can’t remember a single case
Same for me. But for example, making marshmallows using fire on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier it’s clear bad idea for kids.
I remember such case in news. And of course with police attention.
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@anontir
Tbh, idk.
Article 243.4 of the Criminal Code of Russia (vandalism) refers to the damage or destruction of monuments. Almost the entire existence of our city is worth such an IS-2 stands at the House of Pioneers. And sometimes vandals try to desecrate it(like on image), which news outlets write about almost immediately and the police begin searching for those responsible. This is classified as “damage to the monument”. At the same time, as a child, I and many children regularly climb on the tank and play, without any attention from the police. Tbh, I can’t remember a single case when someone was fined for climbing on a tank.
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@Honcho
I think it was question about law, not about machines and how it’s dangerous.
For example, in Russia and Ukraine exist law about flags (burning government flag is a crime).
In theory such behavior can be interpreted as vandalism or dishonor behavior. But in practice — no.
You can read Wikipedia article «Laws protecting monuments by country».
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Usually that’s demilitarized vehicle. Blocked turret, removed machineguns and damaged breech. Sometimes engine and chassis also damaged or removed. I seen both kind of monuments