A look back at a few large military parades around the world

A look back at a few large military parades around the world

A look back at some of the world’s military parades.

1936 Nazi Germany

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Video: 1936 Nazi Germany -Third Reich Parade

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1938 Nazi Germany

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1938 Nazi Germany

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1939 Nazi Germany


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The 50th birthday of Adolf Hitler on April 20, 1939 was celebrated as a national holiday throughout Nazi Germany and other parts of the world.

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1941 Nazi Germany

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1945 South Africa (Apartheid era)

Video: 1945 South Africa military parade

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1946 France

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Video: 1946 Bastille Day – Paris, France

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1959 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR/Russia)

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Video: 1959 May Day – Moscow, USSR

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1984 China

 

Video: Chinese National Day Military Parade 1984

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1991 United States

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Video: New York City- Gulf War 1991 National Victory Celebration

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Video: National Victory Celebration in Washington, DC following the Gulf War in 1991

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1991 China


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2010 North Korea

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Video: North Korea 2010 military parade

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2012 Venezuela
Chavez holds parade to commemorate 1992 overthrow attempt
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2015 Russia

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Video: Russian Army Parade, Victory Day 2015

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2017 Cuba
Cuba marks anniversary of revolution with show of military strength
A military parade has been held in Havana to mark the anniversary of the Cuban revolution, the first such parade in the country since 2011. Initially scheduled for December 2, the military parade was postponed after Fidel Castro died in late November 2016.

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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Armed Forces Day (formerly Veterans’ Day) in the United Kingdom is the annual event celebrated in late June to commemorate the service of men and women in the British Armed Forces.

The United Kingdom first observed Veterans’ Day in 2006.



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Video: United Kingdom

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