3 Morning Before Parade

Morning Before Parade

Russian blogger and photographer Dmitri went to the place where no uauthorized people were allowed night before the 9th of May parade in Moscow. He saw how the
columns of tanks were formed, how the last moment preparations were made before all of the military equipment went on display to the Red Square. See it here!
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25 Weird Ukrainian tanks and armored vehicles

Weird Ukrainian tanks and armored vehicles

Please take a look at a selection of totally unique tanks and armored vehicles of Ukrainian army. During  the latest conflict that took place
recently there, the army of this country started getting those weird vehicles for some reason. Take a look pretty unique and cool.
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0 360 Panaroma Videos of Moscow Parade

360 Panaroma Videos of Moscow Parade

  Russian army PR service got really creative today and installed newly popular panoramic 360 video rigs on select vehicles participating in the parade. Now thanks to them we have an ability to get a never seen before feel of immersive view from the event. You just need a browser that support such youtube
video playback - most of the browsers do support this - Firefox, Opera, Chrome and Internet Explorer - and you can drag the video picture on the screen to look in any direction while video is playing, just like you do in Google Street View. Here are some videos, including the first one.
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14 German Reichstag Building Before and After

German Reichstag Building Before and After

German Reichstag building was one of the central targets for the Red Army to capture due to its perceived symbolic significance. Today, visitors to the building can still see Soviet graffiti on smoky walls inside as well as on part of the roof, which was preserved
during the reconstructions after reunification. Yevgeny Khaldei took the famous picture, Raising a flag over the Reichstag, on 2 May 1945. The picture symbolizes the victory of USSR over Germany. Now let's see how it looked before and after May 1945.
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0 Day of Parades: Official Russian Parade 2016 Video

Day of Parades: Official Russian Parade 2016 Video

And now the official video of the parade in Moscow. Take a look at least at the opening footage. Pretty strange sight in 2016, evokes
strange feelings. Also, for some reason they turned off the commenting possibility for this video on youtube. Probably just in case.

0 Day of Parades: Airplanes parade Russia Moscow 2016

Day of Parades: Airplanes parade Russia Moscow 2016

Now airplanes, helicopters and other flying stuff on parade
today in Moscow take a look if you like the air forces.
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0 Day of Parades: Russian Military Parade Today in Syria

Day of Parades: Russian Military Parade Today in Syria

Russian military base in Khmeimim Syria also got a parade today. Here is a short video, every
canonical detail of the parades is present: generals on Soviet cabrios, Old Soviet flags and songs etc.

2 Russian Saint George Order Heroes in Soviet Army

Russian Saint George Order Heroes in Soviet Army

Saint George's Order Cross was a top reward in Tsarist Russia, or Russian Empire. It was awarded "to the bravest and those who expressed outstanding courage". When Tsar was dethrowned the award was abolished. In Soviet Army new set of awards was established including the Red Star Order and many more. However there were plenty of Old Tsar
Heroes who didn't leave Russia after the Revolution and joined the new Soviet Red Army. They were not shy displaying their previous government awards as they earned them with their bravery and courage. And here is a set of Russian soldiers awarded with St. George Cross fighting for the Red Army, mostly during WW2.
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6 Military Parade in Donetsk, 2016

Military Parade in Donetsk, 2016

Speaking about parades, here is
military parade from Donetsk-2016.
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0 Day of Parades:  military parade in Vladivostok 2016

Day of Parades: military parade in Vladivostok 2016

While ya'll sitting behind your desks in the offices or do other stuff of jobs, it's a holiday in Russia, known as "Victory Day" or as they say now "Day of the Great Victory". Or simply put - day of military parades, when all major Russian towns have the columns of military equipment and
soldiers marching thru the downtown. Let's see some of those. Here comes the first parade from Vladivostok - one of the most Eastern Russian cities so photos from that place come first. Thanks to Smit Smitty and his effort to go there and take the photos we can see it too now:
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