In 1992, Moscow’s first Victory Day parade after the fall of the USSR featured no military salutes and no tanks or military equipment. The city gathered World War II veterans from the old Soviet republics, France, the United States, Great Britain, Germany, and Italy. The former soldiers joined a ceremonial march through the center of Moscow to Red Square. That day, a delegation from the U.S. arrived and planted 50 “trees of life” in a show of friendship between Russians and Americans. Here’s what it looked like when Russia celebrated peace.