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Russian army rehearses WWII victory parade in Moscow

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Russian army rehearses WWII victory parade in Moscow

Russian army rehearses WWII victory parade in Moscow

The Russian army undergoes a dress rehearsal on Red Square in Moscow for a parade commemorating the defeat of Nazi Germany at the hands of the Soviet Union and its allies in World War II.


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