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9 May, 2010 13:40

Cold War brought a vacuum in knowledge about Russians - US citizen

“It is really unexpected pleasure… It’s a very promising gesture of friendship,” says Brad Crews, originally from the U.S. but now living in Moscow, about the US troops marching on Red Square on the Victory day.

However, there used to be less friendly periods in the relations between the US and the Soviet Union. Crews’ father worked in the Pentagon at the times of Cold War.