Russians celebrate World War victory in film

The ninth of May marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the second World War in Europe.

It was the day Nazi Germany officially conceded defeat to the then Soviet Union by signing surrender documents in Berlin just moments after midnight.  The Russians celebrate it as Victory Day annually.

While that was a rough time for mankind, which resulted in massive destruction and loss of life, May 9 is an important part of the Russian heritage.  On this day the country takes time to remember the evils of the bloody war and its impact on generations to come. The Russians also look back with pride for ‘liberating’ the world from Hitler’s Nazism.

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