Russia and Ukraine celebrated Victory Day’s 70th anniversary very differently

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In both countries, it was a sight to be seen.

Russia celebrated the 70th anniversary of the surrender of Nazi Germany during World War II in epic style on Saturday, with a massive military parade in Moscow’s Red Square.

The national parade during the largest secular holiday in Russia is a chance for the country to display its military might; military vehicles and hoards of soldiers were the centerpiece of the Victory Day celebrations, which are held annually. But the 70th anniversary doesn’t come along every year

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Russia and Ukraine celebrated Victory Day’s 70th anniversary very differently

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