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    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
    • China at its Best: Sneak Peek at 'Unprecedented' Military Parade in Beijing
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    Delegations from 30 countries are expected to attend the WWII end anniversary parade in Beijing.
    Above: Chinese paramilitary policemen block a road where Chinese military vehicles wait to take part in the rehearsal for a September 3 military parade to commemorate the end of World War II in Beijing.

    On August 22, a rehearsal of an upcoming Chinese military parade to commemorate the end of World War II has been held. On September 3, the "unprecedented" parade is set to commemorate the Chinese people's 1945 victory in the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression in World War II which China terms the World Anti-Fascist War.

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