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Victory Day in Moscow (17 images)

Russian Navy march during a rehearsal for the May 9 Victory Day parade in a military base in Alabino outside Moscow on April 22, 2008. For the first time since the Soviet collapse, the May 9 Victory Day parade on Red Square in Moscow will feature ballistic missiles, tanks and jets. (UPI Photo/Anatoli Zhdanov)
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Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (L) and President Dmitry Medvedev inspect a Victory Day parade in Red Square in Moscow on May 9, 2008. Warplanes screamed over Red Square and missile launchers rumbled past ranks of soldiers on Friday when Russia celebrated victory over Nazi Germany with a show of military might not seen since the collapse of the Soviet Union. (UPI Photo/Anatoli Zhdanov)
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Msta-S howitzers drive during the annual Victory Day parade in Red Square in Moscow on May 9, 2008. Warplanes screamed over Red Square and missile launchers rumbled past ranks of soldiers on Friday when Russia celebrated victory over Nazi Germany with a show of military might not seen since the collapse of the Soviet Union. (UPI Photo/Anatoli Zhdanov)
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Soldiers march during a rehearsal for the May 9 Victory Day parade in a military base in Alabino outside Moscow on April 22, 2008. For the first time since the Soviet collapse, the May 9 Victory Day parade on Red Square in Moscow will feature ballistic missiles, tanks and jets. (UPI Photo/Anatoli Zhdanov)
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Military planes take part in a rehearsal for the May 9 Victory Day parade in a military base in Alabino outside Moscow on April 22, 2008. For the first time since the Soviet collapse, the May 9 Victory Day parade on Red Square in Moscow will feature ballistic missiles, tanks and jets. (UPI Photo/Anatoli Zhdanov)
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Topol-M intercontinental ballistic missile launchers drive during the annual Victory Day parade in Red Square in Moscow on May 9, 2008. Warplanes screamed over Red Square and missile launchers rumbled past ranks of soldiers on Friday when Russia celebrated victory over Nazi Germany with a show of military might not seen since the collapse of the Soviet Union. (UPI Photo/Anatoli Zhdanov)
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Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (3rd R) and his predecessor Vladimir Putin (C) attend a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on the eve of the Victory Day, which is celebrated on May 9 in Russia, in Moscow on May 8, 2008. (UPI Photo/Anatoli Zhdanov)
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