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6 Moscow Parade From Above

Moscow Parade From Above

Posted on May 11, 2011 by team


The pictures of the military parade taken from the roof of one of the Moscow living blocks.

The weather wasn’t quite so great that day. The sun appeared rarely and only in some places.

On Moskvoretskaya Embankment.

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6 Responses to “Moscow Parade From Above”

  1. Musa says:

    Thank you for the names of the military vehicles and the translations of the nicknames as well. I also really like the links to the locations. It looks like it was an awesome parade.

  2. kater says:

    please remember that russia was only one of the countries who finally defeated nazi germany. and that russia was originally ally of the nazis. look uk ribbentrop & molotov pact and see what they were plotting. stalin also wanted most of europe for himself. it’s just that hitler started the war sooner.

  3. anon says:

    what are all the buses lining the street edge for? Transportation for the soldiers? They seem to block the view if you were on the sidewalk.

  4. Anton says:

    kater.
    Please remember, about a conspiracy in Munich in 1938. Remember who started the adulatory agreement with Hitler. USSR had to watch from these tricks of the West? And remember that during the war was in Europe between 1939-1941. Silent War.
    USSR was not a party, and the main land of victorious Nazis.
    Not the best country. But do not portray the USSR as a fellow Nazis were all like that.

  5. eddie says:

    that’s the most impressive parade i have ever seen! moscow looks great, bright and stunning, and this shows only part of the aircraft in the parade… by the way, is this the 2010 parade?

  6. A.N. says:

    Please remember this…UK, France gave Checkslovakia ..Because they thought they would be left in peace by Germany after this…
    Also please remember that in the west , there was only small tiny battles, the war historys biggest battles was in Russia…Also please remember that the USA and UK i still occupying Germany, Russia left Germany 20 years ago

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