Tomorrow May 8th will be held in Prague an “Immortal Regiment” march honoring Liberation Day.

The event to mark 71 years since the republic’s liberation from Nazi occupation during World War II has been organized together with a Czech association of war veterans and multiple civil rights groups.

“The first march of the ‘Immortal Regiment’ will be held on May 8 close to the Prague Castle, the official residence of the Czech president,” a member of the Civic Association for the European Multicultural Society (OSEMS) said.

This year, commemorative marches are planned in the US, Canada, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Spain, Switzerland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and many other countries.

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