British soldiers have marched in Red Square in Moscow for the first time to mark the 65th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany on Sunday.
Seventy six soldiers from 2 Company 1st Battalion Welsh Guards marched beside more than 10,500 Russian troops and others from the US and France.
The multi-million pound parade also included a 1,000-strong military band, tanks, missiles and 127 aircraft.
The UK forces were taking part at the request of the Russian government.
The British detachment also included members of the Royal Air Force band.
Lt Matt Simpson from the Welsh guards said the experience had been a great honour and privilege.
"It really was as dramatic as it looked, the band was incredibly audible and it was a phenomenal crowd, a huge amount of support, a very dramatic scene, so yeah, it was truly monumental to be perfectly frank."
VICTORY DAY PARADE
This is the first time I've been on official parade in my tunic since we've been back. It's an honour to be here
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