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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  KoTeMoRe on Sat May 09, 2015 10:49 pm



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    Victory Day in Basque Country

    Post  whir on Sat May 09, 2015 10:51 pm

    Photos from a small remembrance outside the city hall and the adjacent boulevard in Donostia-San Sebastián, Basque Country.

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    Post  max steel on Sat May 09, 2015 10:57 pm

    Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 Fulcrum fighters and Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot ground-attack planes at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 WWII . EPIC russia russia



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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  alexZam on Sat May 09, 2015 11:07 pm

    Aleksandrovsky Garden world leaders after parade.


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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  Cowboy's daughter on Sun May 10, 2015 12:10 am

    KoTeMoRe wrote:S'dem Pobedy Gents and Gals.



    This is how I remember and will remember Soviets. No matter what or how much crap is thrown.

    Happy V-Day and let's hope we won't have other such days to remember.



    Eternal memory to your people Russians. Thanks for the sacrifices.




    Great video, thanks for sharing!

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  Cowboy's daughter on Sun May 10, 2015 12:41 am

    A look back at Victory in Europe Day

    http://www.usatoday.com/picture-gallery/news/world/2015/05/07/a-look-back-at-victory-in-europe-day/70942138/

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  Werewolf on Sun May 10, 2015 1:39 am

    KoTeMoRe wrote:

    No comment.

    Great picture.

    Who is that guy?

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  George1 on Sun May 10, 2015 2:09 am

    Ground Column

       154th Preobrazhensky Independent Commandant's Regiment Colour Guard
       Front standards and historical colours
       Honour Guard Company of the 1st Honor Guard Battalion, 154th PICR
       Historical units
       Presidential Cavalry Escort Battalion, Kremlin Regiment
       Battalion of the Kuban Cossacks (first appearance)
       Foreign contingents on parade, in the order of their appearance
            Azerbaijani Land Forces
            Armenian Army
           Special Operations Forces of the Armed Forces of Belarus
           Military Institute of the Kazakh Ground Forces
           Presidential Guard Regiment of Kyrgyzstan
           Military Institute of the Ministry of Defense of Tajikistan
           The Grenadiers, Indian Army (first appearance)
           Mongolian General Purpose Force (first appearance)
           Serbian Guards Unit (first appearance)
           Beijing Capital Garrison Honor Guard Battalion, Beijing Military Region, People's Liberation Army  
           Ground Force (first appearance)
       Suvorov Military School
       Nakhimov Naval School
       Moscow National Pensions School Cadet Corps (first appearance)
       Kronstadt Sea Cadet Corps
       Aksanskiy Cossack Cadet Corps
       Combined Arms Academy of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
       Military University of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation
       Military Academy of Material and Technical Security "General of the Army A. V. Khrulev"
       Zhukovsky – Gagarin Air Force Academy
       Black Sea Higher Naval Military Institute "Admiral Pavel Nakhimov" (returning)
       Pacific Naval Military Institute "Admiral Stepan Makarov" (first appearance)
       336th Independent Guards Biaystok Marine Brigade of the Baltic Fleet
       Peter the Great Military Academy of the Missile Forces of Strategic Importance of the Russian
       Federation
       Military Space Academy "Alexander Mozhaysky"
       Ryazan Airborne Senior Command Academy "Gen. of the Army Vasily Margelov"'
       98th Guards Airborne Division
       16th Spetsnaz Brigade, Western Military District
       Engineering Forces, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defence and Control Military Academy
       "Marshal of the Soviet Union Semyon Timoshenko" (returning)
       6th NBC Coastal Brigade (first appearance)
       29th and 38th Independent Railway Brigades of the Russian Railway Troops
       ODON Ind. Motorized Internal Troops Division of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian
       Federation "Felix Dzerzhinsky"
       Civil Defense Academy of the Ministry of Emergency Situations
       Moscow Border Guards Institute of the Border Guard Service of the Federal Security Service of
       the Russian Federation "Moscow City Council"
       2nd Guards Tamanskaya Motor Rifle Division "Mikhail Kalinin"
       4th Guards Kantemirovskaya Tank Division "Yuri Andropov"
       Military Technical University of the Federal Agency of Special Construction
       Moscow Military Commanders Training School "Supreme Soviet of Russia"

    Mobile Column (in order of appearance)

       T-34/85 medium tank
       SU-100 tracked tank destroyer
       GAZ-2975 "Tigr" infantry mobility vehicle
       Kornet D/EM mobile ATGM system (First appearance)
       Typhoon-K MRAP
       Ural Typhoon MRAP (First appearance)
       BTR-82AM APC
       BMD-4 air-droppable IFV (returning)
       BTR-MD "Rakushka" APC (first appearance)
       BMP Kurganets-25 (first appearance of both IFV and APC versions)
       T-15 heavy IFV (first appearance)
       T-90 main battle tank
       T-14 main battle tank (first appearance)
       2S19 Msta-S tracked self-propelled howitzer
       2S35 Koalitsiya-SV tracked self-propelled howitzer (first appearance)
       9K720 Iskander mobile tactical ballistic missile system
       Tor-M2U mobile tracked SAM system
       Buk-M2 mobile tracked SAM system
       Pantsir-S1 mobile SAM system on wheeled chassis
       S-400 Triumf mobile SAM system
       RS-24 Yars road-mobile ICBM system (first appearance)
       BTR Bumerang APC (first appearance)

    Air Fly Past Column

       Mil Mi-26
       Mil Mi-8 Colors Party
       Mil Mi-24
       Mil Mi-28
       Mil Mi-35
       Kamov Ka-52
       Mikoyan MiG-29
       Sukhoi Su-24
       Sukhoi Su-34
       Sukhoi Su-27
       Sukhoi Su-30 (first appearance)
       Sukhoi Su-35 (first appearance)
       Mikoyan MiG-31
       Ilyushin Il-76
       Ilyushin Il-78
       Tupolev Tu-22M3
       Tupolev Tu-95
       Tupolev Tu-160
       Beriev A-50
       Sukhoi Su-25
       Antonov An-124
       Antonov An-22
       Yakovlev Yak-130 from the new aerobatic group Crimean Wings (first appearance)
       Sukhoi Su-27 and Mikoyan MiG-29 of the Russian Knights and Strizhi (returning)

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  higurashihougi on Sun May 10, 2015 4:49 am

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    Victory Day

    You sent me a message: "Where will you be tomorrow ?" I replied: "At the place I usually is."

    These are just rhetorical questions. Because You and I already know where our mind and spirit will be tomorrow, on May 9, where millions of living and dead come together.

    May 9, 70 yrs ago, millions of people shed tears in joy. Because, the most terrible nightmare of the world named Nazi ceased to exist.

    Nazi Germany spent a month to crush Poland. Three days to conquer Denmark. One week for eating Belgium. And 30 days to make France submit. UK troops ran away, throwing all weapons, left 100,000 French troops alone to be surrounded and captured.

    But the string of German victories stopped after 22 June 1941 when the German troops approached Brest Fortress at the border of the Soviet Union.

    You can say 22/06/1941 was the beginning of the end for Nazi Germany. But 27 millions of Soviet people had to sacrifice their lives in 4 years for the sake of defeating fascism, for the event when marshal Keitel signed the unconditional surrender.

    The last defender of Brest Fortress, when being caught by the Nazi, he replied: "I am a Russian soldier". Please don't misunderstand, that answer is not a sign of Russian chauvinism. Over 100 ethnic groups in the USSR, from Russia, Chechnya, to Central Asia, Kavkaz, Baltic, all them would have the same answer. All them share the same name "Russian soldier" and all named themselves "Russian soldier". The Nazi Germany said with panic "Russian is coming" when they was running away from the Red Army. The Jews, the Slavs in East Europe, with joyful tears in the eyes, happily shouted "Russian soldier is coming !" when they noticed the sight of the Red Flag.  

    That is not Russian chauvinism. In these years, nobody cares no matter whether you were Russians, Ukrainians, or else. The only thing people cared is that, amongst 100 people who marched into the battlefield in 1941, only 3 of them returned home in 1945. They only needed to know that, they were fighting for the common cause. And Victory was for all the people in this world. The common cause overcame and surpassed all boundaries between countries, nations, or ideologies. On the day of 7 November 1941, amongst the soldiers who walked through the Red Square and marched right into the battlefield, there were many ""international"" units which included the individuals of many ethnics and races in this world. There were Spanishs, Yugoslavians, Greeks, Bulgarians, Hungarians, Poles. And there were six Asian soldiers who came from a small and far far away country named French Annam, today it is named Vietnam. We all know that, these Red Army soldiers directly march from the Red Square into the battlefield.

    We also know that, the strongest and most powerful Nazi units were sent to the Eastern Front and was defeated by the Red Army. We all know that, 27 millons of Soviet people sacrificed their flesh and bones for the Victory. All them share the same name: "Russian soldier".

    But, 70 years later, there are negationist "historians" who try to distorted history. They blatantly quibble about this nation or that nation in the USSR who defeat Nazi. They blatantly and purposely ignore the very fact that, the Red Army units marched into Germany were composed by many ethnic groups in the USSR. No matter whether the name Ukrainian Front or Belorussian Front, there were Russians, Ukrainians, and many other ethnic groups of the USSR in them.

    These "historians", because of their selfish benefits, distort the history, distort the meaning of "Russian soldier". The name "Russian soldier" is NOT Russian chauvinism. The name "Russian soldier" does not represent only for Russia. It represents all the people who sacrificed their lives to defeat the Nazi Germany. Today, after 70 years, there are still old citizens and old veterans can testify for the fact that, the phrase "Russian is coming !" was equal to "liberation".

    There are Western politicians who attempt to stick the May 9 parade with Russian chauvinism. But I disagree. May 9 Parade is the gathering of descendants of the Liberators who sacrificed flesh and bones for the sake of Liberation. May 9 is the gathering of people who want to commemorate the Liberation.

    My heart will definitely be at the Red Square in May 9. The Spirit of the deceased soldiers will also be there. They will join the parade in May 9, just like they did participate in the parade on 7 November 1941 and then directly marched into the battlefield. I will try my best to see the Spirit of 6 Vietnamese Red Army soldiers, 6 Free Vietnamese who participated in the Great Victory against Nazi in Moskva.  

    Please don't ask "Farewell to Slavianks" is created for who. It is created for all the people who participated in the 4 year Great Patriotic War, for the people who know how to respect and commemorate the legacy of their deceased ancestors.

    Tomorrow, let see each other at the Red Square !

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  Akula971 on Sun May 10, 2015 5:18 am

    DNR had its own Victory Day Parade.



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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sun May 10, 2015 7:50 am

    For people who were wondering why the PAK-FA didn't show up on May 9th, it was because those prototypes haven't completed all the safety tests yet. So they stuck on the safe side, and decided not to allow them to fly in the May 9th parade...

    At the 32:00 - 33:00 time stamp, it's mentioned here:


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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  Vann7 on Sun May 10, 2015 9:24 am

    How can the celebrations and fireworks have been ignored?




    The immortal heroes March in the day was also very moving.. Putin was in the march
    with a photo of his father. and 300,000 people attended.


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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  higurashihougi on Sun May 10, 2015 9:50 am

    Anybody pls verify whether this article is right or wrong ? Question

    http://soha.vn/quoc-te/dai-le-ngay-chien-thang-cua-nga-mat-hut-tren-bao-chi-phuong-tay-20150509151738914.htm

    The article said that on 9 May, the home page of Western newspaper did not have anything about May 9 2015 Parade.

    The article listed the screenshot images of several newsapaper on May 9 (NY Times, ABC News, Washington Post, Reuters, CNN) and in the screenshots, the homepages of them said nothing about May 9 parade. Only the homepage of BBC mentioned about May 9.

    The article concluded that Western media is trying to whitewash and boycot Russian May 9 ceremony.

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  Bolt on Sun May 10, 2015 9:52 am

    Happy (late) Victory day to all you guys!

    It was a great parade, but what struck me is a "Immortal regiment" parade - so many people touched by war in one way or another - and that's only in one city, Moscow. There were hundreds more places where the same parade took place in the same time.
    All people who defended our homeland deserved to march through the Red Square, but millions couldn't do it, so at least their photos are brought there. It's was moving and beautiful view. I literally can't watch it without tears in my eyes.



    We went to visit our local war cemetery also. For such a small community, and even after so many months of aggressive propaganda from local authorities, still a lot of people showed up.
    It was sad to see only few living veterans (I mean, there were only maybe 5-10), several years before there were still dozens of them.
    Probably in a few more years there will be no living veteran, at least here. But I will never forget what they did and will always cherish their memory.


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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  Khepesh on Sun May 10, 2015 10:48 am

    Travelling museum at Verkhnyaya Pyshma yesterday. Remarkable to see so many machines from the war still mobile, T-28, Stalinets, ISU-152 and all types of other equipment. Looks like they robbed Kubinka...

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  GarryB on Sun May 10, 2015 1:09 pm

    i saw marines on BTR-82s. Maybe is this an indication that Boomerangs will go only to army and Naval Infantry will take exclusively BTR-82s?

    If you look near the rear of the Boomerangs you can see small propeller thrusters for amphibious use... I suspect the Marines will get special modifications of Boomerang and Kurganets that are designed to operate in the surf... most amphibious vehicles in the Soviet and Russian military were designed to ford rivers and lakes and were not designed to cope with rough sea or waves...


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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  Black-Swan on Sun May 10, 2015 3:32 pm

    Hi friends, in first congratulations for the russia people in this birthday, the sacrifice of your ancestors is an exemple , pride , honor.
    Let me tell you that this parade was magnificient, he commands respect and admiration. russia

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  sepheronx on Sun May 10, 2015 4:34 pm

    On may 9th I was in Downtown calgary and saw an SUV drive by with the St.George ribbon, Russian and Soviet flag with May 9th victory written on it. Wish I had taken the picture.

    Yes, sorry for late reply, but Congrats to Russia for such a historic day celebration.

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    Post  Regular on Sun May 10, 2015 5:07 pm

    I saw few ribbons in Belfast on some cars too. Deffo not local people as they don't even know when war started or ended. For me Victory day is bit controversial because of NKVD fellas. But as much I hate represive organs of Soviet Union I can only bow to Red Army soldiers and their sacrifice.
    It was very touching to see Immortal march as it finally gave it personal aspect as before it was taken by Zhukov, Stalin portraits and stupid pompastics. But when You see families with portraits of their loved ones it just shows who were real heroes.

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  EKS on Sun May 10, 2015 6:36 pm

    The victory parade this year was amazing! I'm curious what was the last song the military band song
    ?

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    Daily Intelligencer

    May 9, 2015 8:38 p.m.
    Photos and War Stories From Brighton Beach’s Victory Day Parade

    http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2015/05/photos-brighton-beachs-victory-day-parade.html


    "We killed fascists," Miron Goldsheyt says simply. Originally from Odessa, he says he served "everywhere for a little bit" during the war. "It was very scary, and those who survived are heroes. They remember this day," he says. "No one will be able to steal our victory from us," he adds, referring to the Soviet army. wrote:

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  Rodinazombie on Sun May 10, 2015 7:29 pm

    The parade yesterday was beautiful, i didnt watch it last year as I was very uncomfortable with russians celebrating whilst their brothers were dying over the border, but thats another argument.

    What I loved about this one was the minutes silence, the wreath laying and of course the march of the immortal regiment. Seeing the faces of the actual people who fought being held by their relatives really brings it home. It was a  wonderful touch, very human.

    A lot of people just see victory day as russia swinging its todger around and dont see this side of it, so im really glad they added the solemn aspect to it, it was very classy. I hope they'll continue like that in future.

    EKS wrote:The victory parade this year was amazing! I'm curious what was the last song the military band song
    ?

    This one?

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  auslander on Sun May 10, 2015 8:15 pm

    I think at least some of you remember that Germany forbade The Surgeon and his fellow bikers to come to Berlin and lay flowers at the Soviet Monument for Victory Day. You may also know that Mrs. Merkel is in Mockba at this time. Here's a little gift for her in front of the German Embassy in Mockba. It will stay in place at least until tomorrow morning.

    http://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=2567568#/video/http%3A%2F%2Fplayer.rutv.ru%2Fiframe%2Fvideo%2Fid%2F1212734%2Fstart_zoom%2Ftrue%2FshowZoomBtn%2Ffalse%2Fsid%2Fvesti%2FisPlay%2Ftrue%2F%3Facc_video_id%3D644424

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  auslander on Sun May 10, 2015 8:21 pm

    "The parade yesterday was beautiful, i didnt watch it last year as I was very uncomfortable with russians celebrating whilst their brothers were dying over the border, but thats another argument.

    What I loved about this one was the minutes silence, the wreath laying and of course the march of the immortal regiment. Seeing the faces of the actual people who fought being held by their relatives really brings it home. It was a wonderful touch, very human.

    A lot of people just see victory day as russia swinging its todger around and dont see this side of it, so im really glad they added the solemn aspect to it, it was very classy. I hope they'll continue like that in future."

    Well said, Rodina, well said. We watched it late last night. We were involved with the Sevastopol Parade from 04:00 until evening yesterday. By the by, we have been doing our Immortal Battalion March in Sevastopol for 3 years if not more. The Mockba Parade was truly moving, we especially liked Tovarich General Shiogu's quite moving moment at the very beginning of the parade.

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    Re: 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade:

    Post  Rodinazombie on Sun May 10, 2015 8:45 pm

    auslander wrote:"The parade yesterday was beautiful, i didnt watch it last year as I was very uncomfortable with russians celebrating whilst their brothers were dying over the border, but thats another argument.

    What I loved about this one was the minutes silence, the wreath laying and of course the march of the immortal regiment. Seeing the faces of the actual people who fought being held by their relatives really brings it home. It was a  wonderful touch, very human.

    A lot of people just see victory day as russia swinging its todger around and dont see this side of it, so im really glad they added the solemn aspect to it, it was very classy. I hope they'll continue like that in future."

    Well said, Rodina, well said. We watched it late last night. We were involved with the Sevastopol Parade from 04:00 until evening yesterday. By the by, we have been doing our Immortal Battalion March in Sevastopol for 3 years if not more. The Mockba Parade was truly moving, we especially liked Tovarich General Shiogu's quite moving moment at the very beginning of the parade.

    Can you elaborate on shaigus moment? I may have missed that one, thanks.

    i have also just watched a video of the parade in donetsk, wow. The bit that struck me was the way the people cheered the rebel soldiers and the tanks were covered in flowers, not a bad reaction from the public considering they are supposed to be 'terrrorists'. When you compare the freedom of the donetsk people who are able to celebrate this, compared to the people in ua controlled lands it makes you realise that the rebels did the right thing.

    Ive always thought novorussia will become ukrainian again oneday, but after seeing that im not sure. It really is a little state and you can really sense the feelings of the people there, not just that they dont consider themselves ukrainian anymore. They also seem to have pride in novorussia, about the path they chose for themselves. Good on them.

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