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Meanwhile, In Soviet Russia...

May 9th is Victory Day, when many places, including most of the former Soviet states, celebrate Germany's surrender at the end of WWII. Whereas in America, we celebrate our most patriotic holidays by grilling with friends, waving flags, or watching fireworks, in Russia, things are different. They decorate their cars in remembrance. Sometimes they're "dressed" as legendary Soviet T34 tanks, and often they include the phrase "Get Berlin" on them, though this year more than a few also say "Get Ukraine." Regardless, they're always awesome in exactly the way we've come to expect of anything Russian. Take a look.

H/T to English Russia


Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. He loves the irony of German cars decorated as Russian tanks.