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Vyacheslav Molotov at the funeral of the crewmen of Soviet high-altitude balloon Osoaviakhim-1, Kremlin Wall Necropolis, Moscow, Russia, 2 Feb 1934Soviet bicycle troops with war dogs on parade, Moscow, Russia, 1 May 1938
Vyacheslav Molotov at the funeral of the crewmen of Soviet high-altitude balloon Osoaviakhim-1, Kremlin Wall Necropolis, Moscow, Russia, 2 Feb 1934Soviet bicycle troops with war dogs on parade, Moscow, Russia, 1 May 1938
Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 10 Sep 1941Parade in Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 7 Nov 1941
Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 10 Sep 1941Parade in Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 7 Nov 1941
Soviet military parade at the Red Square in Moscow, Russia, 7 Nov 1941Victory celebration at the Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge near the Kremlin (background), Moscow, Russia, May 1945
Soviet military parade at the Red Square in Moscow, Russia, 7 Nov 1941Victory celebration at the Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge near the Kremlin (background), Moscow, Russia, May 1945
Victory celebration at Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 9 May 1945Georgy Zhukov at the Red Square victory parade, Moscow, Russia, 24 Jun 1945; note Chinese attaché Guo Dequan in background
Victory celebration at Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 9 May 1945Georgy Zhukov at the Red Square victory parade, Moscow, Russia, 24 Jun 1945; note Chinese attaché Guo Dequan in background
Soviet soldiers lowering German flags during the Victory Day Parade, Moscow, Russia, 24 Jun 1945SU-76 self-propelled guns on parade in Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 24 Jun 1945
Soviet soldiers lowering German flags during the Victory Day Parade, Moscow, Russia, 24 Jun 1945SU-76 self-propelled guns on parade in Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 24 Jun 1945
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"With Germany arming at breakneck speed, England lost in a pacifist dream, France corrupt and torn by dissension, America remote and indifferent... do you not tremble for your children?"

Winston Churchill, 1935