Saturday, 28 May 2011 06:22

Russian tank army veteran has finally found his own tank

    This is so touching: an old WW2 Russian tank army veteran has finally found his own tank

    This is so touching: an old WW2 Russian tank army veteran has finally found his own tank on which he passed through all the warstanding in small Russian town as a monument and got emotionally shocked that people worried his heart won’t be able to cope with this.

     

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