People walk by a vehicle adorned with a portrait of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin and a sign reading "Stalingrad gets back its victorious name" in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013. On Saturday Russia marked the 70th anniversary of the end of the battle of Stalingrad. The city was renamed Volgograd in 1961, but the name Stalingrad is indelibly connected with the battle that is one of Russia's most-lauded military achievements. Stalin's image adorns five buses that are to run in Volograd until Russia observes Victory Day on May 9, and similar buses were to run Saturday in St. Petersburg and Chita. (AP Photo/Elena Ignatyeva)

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People walk by a vehicle adorned with a portrait of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin and a sign reading "Stalingrad gets back its victorious name"  in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013. On Saturday Russia marked the 70th anniversary of the end of  the battle of Stalingrad. The city was renamed Volgograd in 1961, but the name Stalingrad is indelibly connected with the battle that is one of Russia's most-lauded military achievements. Stalin's image adorns five buses that are to run in Volograd until Russia observes Victory Day on May 9, and similar buses were to run Saturday in St. Petersburg and Chita. (AP Photo/Elena Ignatyeva)
People walk by a vehicle adorned with a portrait of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin and a sign reading "Stalingrad gets back its victorious name" in St. Petersburg, Russia, Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013. On Saturday Russia marked the 70th anniversary of the end of the battle of Stalingrad. The city was renamed Volgograd in 1961, but the name Stalingrad is indelibly connected with the battle that is one of Russia's most-lauded military achievements. Stalin's image adorns five buses that are to run in Volograd until Russia observes Victory Day on May 9, and similar buses were to run Saturday in St. Petersburg and Chita. (AP Photo/Elena Ignatyeva)
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