Order of the Red Banner of Labour
The Order of the Red Banner of Labor (Russian Орден Трудового Красного Знамени ) was a Soviet medal for achievements in work or in public service.
On 28 December 1920, the Russian SFSR called the Order of the Red Banner of Labor as a civilian counterpart to the Red Banner in life. The purely Soviet Foundation of the award took place on 7 September 1928.
The order consists of a silver badge in the shape of a gear, umläufig is the slogan "Workers of the world unite!" Imprinted. In the middle of a dam can be seen on-hook hammer and sickle emblem, including blue enamel for the water. This motif is framed by a wreath of oak leaves. Above that is a red flag with the letters CCCP, including a Red Star between two golden ears of wheat.
The order was initially worn without tape on the left chest, and later on a light blue ribbon with narrow, dark blue stripes on the sides.
- Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev received the award at the age of 16 years
- Dmitri Dmitrievich Shostakovich
- Eduard Anatoljevich Chil
- Konstantin Chernenko
- Yevgeny Primakov Maximowitsch
- Isaac Ossipowitsch Dunajewski
- Irina Rodnina Konstantinovna
- Nikodim Rusnak
- Ilya Aleksandrovich Musin