'British Victory Parade in Berlin, July, 1945', 1945 (1955). Held by the Allies of World War II on 7 September 1945 in Berlin, the parade was proposed by the Soviet Union, with United States, the United Kingdom and France. Russian sources refer to the forgotten parade, as it was mentioned in only a few Western sources. The downplaying of the parade in the West can be seen as one of the early signs of the Cold War. From Churchill: The Man of the Century - A Pictorial Biography, edited by Neil Ferrier. [L.T.A. Robinson Limited, London, 1955]
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