The Rear front Memorial is a bronze and rock landmark situated in the city of Magnitogorsk, Russia, etched by Lev Golovnitsky and drawn by Yakov Belopolsky. It is viewed as the initial segment of a triptych, likewise comprising of The Motherland Calls in Volgograd and Warrior Liberator in Treptower Park, Berlin. This landmark was revealed in 1989. By the season of development of the landmark, the writer of the other two landmarks, Evgeniy Vuchetich, had as of now kicked the bucket.
The landmark is made out of a specialist and a warrior. The specialist is arranged toward the east, towards the Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works. The warrior is confronting the west, to the side of the "Incomparable Patriotic War". The three landmarks are made to symbolize the sword being produced in Magnitogorsk, brought up in The Motherland Calls in Volgograd lastly dropped to the ground after the triumph in Berlin as a piece of Warrior Liberator. The arrangement additionally incorporates a stone blossom produced using Karelian rock with an endless fire.