Communist symbol

Solidarity, strength, agriculture, and the working class are all symbols of the Communist Party.

After Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels published the Communist Manifesto in 1848, the Communist Party was first mentioned in literature. The Communist Party’s purpose is to create a common order of things free of classes and the state. A hammer and sickle is one of the party’s symbols. Proletarian solidarity is symbolized by this emblem. The hammer represents the working class, while the sickle represents the peasantry. They constitute a unified front in the fight against upper-class persecution. In 1923, Vladimir Lenin was the first to utilize this sign. In Norse mythology, hammers have been utilized as symbols for Thor. Thor’s hammer is a symbol of power and protection. In Ancient Greece, the sickle sign was employed to represent the agricultural class.

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