At the event, the communists held a meeting where they discussed Stalin and his deeds.
They also “handed the Komsomol members and pioneers some banners that had been specifically made for the gathering”.
A few of the schoolchildren were accepted into pioneers and gave the Soviet-time oath.
Vasyl Parkhomenko, head of Sevastopil communists, greeted the people and told about Stalin’s “achievements”. According to him, Stalin “accepted the country in ruins, lost his loved wife and son, lived through his friends’ betrayal, and succeeded in showing iron will and build socialism”.