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A festive march will end with the showing of weaponry of the Victory, as more than 60 combat vehicles made from 1939 to 1945, including tanks T-38, T-37, T-60, armoured personnel vehicles and warplanes I-153 and MiG-3 for the first time will drive on the square.
More than one thousand war veterans, including 28 war veterans who participated in the November 7, 1941 parade and who live in Moscow will take honourable seats at stands on Friday. Heroes of the Soviet Union and Russia, Heroes of Socialistic Labour and Russian Heroes of Labour are among those invited to attend the parade.