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Saturday, May 10, 2014

Victory Day parade on Moscow's Red Square 2014 (FULL VIDEO)

The Russians Know How To Party

By Gary;

There is no doubt about it.  The Russians not only know how to party, but how to honor the men and women who died in the Great Patriotic War (World War II) against the Nazis.

They put on a great show with cavalry units, Cossacks, elite infantry, weapons etc.  But of greater interest is the obvious show of pride and patriotism for the Russian nation.

Patriotism - something we almost never see in self-absorbed Americans who are far more interested in free hand outs and their shiny toy phones that make cute sounds.

Question of the day  -  Just where are the American parades honoring WWII?  You already know the answer.  Americans just don't give a crap.

A Must See Video
Victory Day parade on Moscow's Red Square (HD)
Click to full screen.

The battle cry of Russian servicemen echoed around Red Square.
Photograph: Grigory Dukor/Reuters

Russian WWII veteran Ivan Bobarykin poses for photographers
after the Victory Day parade in the Red Square.

Resplendent in their tsarist-era uniforms Russian cavalry reference
the pre-communist time of Russia's history.
Photograph: Yuri Kochetkov/EPA

WWII veterans walk during a Victory Day military parade
in Sevastopol, Crimea, Friday, May 9, 2014.

For more photos go to: RT News and also The Guardian.

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