Report from Red Square

The parade dedicated to the 65th anniversary of the Victory this year was distinguished not only by the presence of foreign military delegations on Red Square. Generational continuity was emphasized, for example, by the fact that almost every veteran was taken care of by young people, and in the column of equipment paving stones in front of the Kremlin first came formidable combat vehicles of the 40s - famous Tanks T-34 and self-propelled artillery "Su-100". Against the background of modern weapons, they no longer seemed an impressive force, but what fell on their armored shoulders, experienced by heavy fighting, only emphasizes the idea of ​​how fast the world is developing ... And how fragile it can sometimes be.

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  1. smershspy
    April 24 2013 12: 17
    Nice photos! It is very nice that you can see new military equipment! Very nice!
  2. albanech
    6 June 2013 14: 57
    Thanks to the author! Pride is felt!
  3. 0
    April 2 2014 14: 46
    Only the troops of the countries of the former Soviet Union and no NATO troops should participate in the military parade in honor of Victory Day. This is our Victory and Europe has almost nothing to do with it. One could invite those foreign veterans who then personally fought with Nazi Germany, let them sit on the benches and watch the parade.

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