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Check out our live Victory Day reportage from Moscow and London

Vladimir Rodzianko and Alex Christoforou were out covering the largest Immortal Regiment in history. A record breaking 800,000 came to carry photos of loved ones, comrades and heroes from the Great Patriotic War.

In London, streams of people marched down streets that are comparatively narrower than those in Moscow. The sights of Ribbons of St. George and Russian flags were a reminder of a time when Britain and the Soviet Union stood on the same side of history against fascism.

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