Georgy Zhukov at the Red Square victory parade, Moscow, Russia, 24 Jun 1945; note Chinese attaché Guo Dequan in background

Caption   Georgy Zhukov at the Red Square victory parade, Moscow, Russia, 24 Jun 1945; note Chinese attaché Guo Dequan in background ww2dbase
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1. Commenter identity confirmed David Stubblebine says:
21 Apr 2016 10:25:19 AM

Marshal Zhukov appears to be greeting the international military delegations. Between Guo and Zhukov is the white cap of a US Naval officer. Over Zhukov’s other shoulder are two US Army officers. The man with the strap across his chest is a Red Army aide (I think). At the left edge of the frame is the cap bill of an RAF Air Chief Marshal. And the camera is looking over the shoulder of a British Army general.

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