My grandfather who fought his way all the way to Berlin passed away last year – for as long as I remember 9th of May in my perception was the day of my grandfather: God Bless you wonderful man! I used to think – what kind of a country USSR must have been if it could motivate this brave Armenian – my grandfather, and hundreds of thousands of others to get to Ukraine, Poland and all the way to Berlin to fight Nazism – so far away from their home.
David_Sand says, very rightly, this was not the victory of the USSR, this was the victory of the people of USSR. I’ll add to that – this was the victory of all humanity! Today I want to join David_Sand, Dilanyan, Kornelij Glas in greeting the humanity on the day of this great victory.
Perhaps a greater motive for celebration today is that “On May 9 Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh mark not only as V-Day in the World War II, but also as Shoushi Liberation Day”/PanARMENIAN.Net/ and Uzogh says the fact, that a military parade of NKR Defense Army will be held on Revival Square of Stepanakert is highly symbolic today.