One. Happy Mother’s Day, dear friends! All the best to you and your families! Enjoy a photo of amazing moms of the animal kingdom to the right.
Two. Happy 65th Anniversary of the Russian Victory Day!
To the left a photo of foreign veterans attending the Victory parade on the Red Square.
Three. Over 200 veterans from 24 foreign countries have arrived in Moscow to attend World War Two Victory Day celebrations on Sunday. Belarus and Ukraine sent the largest delegations of veterans to Moscow. Other delegations arrived from other ex-Soviet states and former Soviet allies in the WWII: the United States of America, France and Great Britain. Watch the video of the parade.
Victory Day Celebrations in Moscow, Russia on May 9, 2010
Four. This year’s parade Moscow’s Red Square involves over 10,000 personnel, 150 tracked and wheeled military vehicles, as well as 127 aircraft and helicopters.
The U.S.A., Great Britain, Polish and French troops are taking part in the parade for the first time in history.
Watch the video of WWII- Eternal Glory to the Heroes!: Glory! Glory! Glory!
Five. Victory day marks the final surrender by Nazi Germany to the U.S.S.R. in WWII, often referred to as the Great Patriotic War in Russia and other states in the former Soviet Union.
Watch the video of an American documentary. The Battle of Russia
Moscow, May 9, 2010 (RIA Novosti)