Photograph by Robert Wallis
Russian Portraits
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Three veterans at the commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of Moscow's World War II victory parade, at which they laid Nazi trophies in Red Square as Stalin watched. "Stalin gave us victory over fascism. May his memory continue to live for 1000 years. In our time, when we fought, we only thought about the motherland. Now, all that is forgotten. Today the new Russians do nothing, produce nothing for our country; they only consume. If Stalin was still alive, he'd set things straight again."
Friends embrace at a rock concert on Red Square. Photograph by Robert Wallis
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