|Vladimir Spiridonovich Putin and Son|
In an unprecedented global Victory Day event, over two million people across dozens of countries participated in 'Immortal Regiment' marches, carrying portraits of loved ones who sacrificed their lives for the victory over Nazism in World War II. This global remembrance commemorated the 'Immoral Regiment'
Rt puts up an interactive march count map, of countries participating in this years worldly event of 71 years ago, WWII.
See how you add up.
In this years march, 'Patton' I mean Putin, lead the march with hundreds of thousands of Russians. His father in the photograph above, Vladimir Spiridonovich Putin, who defended the USSR and Europe from the Nazis was a conscript in the Soviet Navy, serving in the submarine fleet in the early 1930s. Early in World War II, Putin's father served in the destruction battalion of the NKVD.
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Victory Day Parade
|"Channel RT"- Victory Day parade on Moscow’s Red Square|
The Great Patriotic War known in Russia, the signing of the surrender document from the capitulation of Nazi Germany to the Soviet Union, late in the evening on the 8th of May 1945 after midnight, thus on the 9th of May Moscow Time,