On November 5, in Moscow, the capital of Russia, people took photos at an open-air exhibition themed to commemorate the 1941 Soviet Red Square military parade.
On that day, Russia held an open-air exhibition in Red Square to commemorate the 1941 Soviet Red Square military parade. The military parade on Moscow’s Red Square held on November 7, 1941 was of historic significance. At that time, the Soviet Union was in the most difficult stage of the Great Patriotic War, and Nazi German troops were approaching Moscow. After participating in the Red Square military parade, Soviet soldiers went directly to the outskirts of Moscow dozens of kilometers away to fight the invaders.