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- 1 Military victory parades
- 2 Sports victory parades
- 3 See also
- 4 References
- 5 External links
Military victory paradesEdit
Among the most famous parades are the victory parades celebrating the end of the First World War and the Second World War. However, victory parades date back to ancient Rome, where Roman triumphs celebrated a leader who was militarily victorious. In the modern age, victory parades typically take the form of celebrating a national victory, rather than a personal one.
Allies of World War IIEdit
- Berlin Victory Parade of 1945 - USSR, USA, Great Britain and France
- Berlin Victory Parade of 1946 - USSR, USA, Great Britain and France
- 2015 China Victory Day Parade, September 3, 2015, a military parade to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Victory over Japan Day of the Second World War.
- 1940 German Victory Parade in Paris. After the Fall of France, the German army marched down the Champs-Élysées in Triumph on 14 June 1940.
- 1919 Paris Victory Parade, celebrating the victory in the First World War.
- 1944 Dieppe Victory Parade, Victory Parade of the 2nd Canadian Infantry Division in Dieppe celebrated on 3 September 1944
Soviet Union and post-Soviet countriesEdit
Parades are traditionally held on 9 May to celebrate the victory in World War II over Nazi Germany.
- Moscow Victory Parade of 1945
- 1965 Moscow Victory Day Parade
- 1985 Moscow Victory Day Parade
- 1990 Moscow Victory Day Parade
- 1995 Moscow Victory Day Parade
- 2005 Moscow Victory Day Parade
- 2010 Moscow Victory Day Parade
- 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade
- 1945 Harbin Victory Day Parade – It honored the victory of the Red Army over the Empire of Japan in the Soviet invasion of Manchuria. It was commanded by General's Afanasy Beloborodov and Konstantin Kazakov.
- Partisans Parade
- 1939 Madrid Victory Parade, held on 1 April 1939 to commemorate the Nationalist victory in the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).
- 1815 London Victory Parade, celebrating the victory in the Napoleonic Wars.
- 1919 London Victory Parade, celebrating the victory in the First World War.
- 1945 Berlin British Victory Parade
- 1946 London Victory Parade, celebrating the victory in the Second World War.
- 1982 London Victory Parade, celebrating the victory in the Falklands War.
- Grand Review of the Armies
- New York City Victory Parade of 1946, January 12, designated by the United States Department of War to head the G.I. Victory Parade up Fifth Avenue. The 8,800 men of the 82nd Airborne after docking in N.Y.C. harbour, aboard the Queen Mary the division was greeted by Mayor William O'Dwyer. This event was filmed by Pathe News.
- National Victory Celebration
Sports victory paradesEdit
United Kingdom sports victoriesEdit
- Our Greatest Team Parade - celebrating Britain's successful 2012 Olympic and Paralympic teams
- There is an annual victory parade to celebrate the winner of football's Premier League, held in the winner's home city. The most recent was held in Manchester for the 2018-19 champions Manchester City on 20 May 2019. Similar events may also apply to teams who achieved promotion or won other trophies. The most recent was held in Liverpool for the 2018-19 UEFA Champions League winners Liverpool on 2 June 2019.
United States and Canada sports victoriesEdit
Cities hosting the winning sports team in one of the four major league sports will host a victory parade in the city that the team represents.
- MLB - World Series champions
- NFL - Super Bowl champions
- NHL - Stanley Cup champions
- NBA - NBA champions
- "LOOK: Patriots' Parade Attendance". WCVB. WCVB. February 5, 2019. Retrieved February 5, 2019.
- "Blues wave overtakes downtown as fans celebrate their team". The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. June 15, 2019. Retrieved June 16, 2019.
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