Figure 1 Celebrating VE Day in London Contents The War In Europe Ends Plans for the end of the war Defeat on the battlefield The Flensburg Government Premature Celebration The First VE Day Churchill speaks Crowds Royal Participation Abroad The surrender process Subsequent VE Day celebrations Results of the War FRESCI Foreign and Military Religion […] […]VE-Day — History by Nicklin — battleoftheatlantic19391945
FRIDAY, May 07, 2021@18:30-WELL, HERE IS A RE-POST ON V.E. DAY, MAY 8, 1945, THE CONDITIONAL SURRENDER OF GERMANY and the FATHERLAND’S ALLIES-THE AXIS, AFTER CLOSE TO SIX YEARS OF WAR/W.W.II, 5 AND 9 MONTHS ACTUALLY.
PEOPLE, WITH ESPECIALLY ALLIED MILITARY PERSONNEL, MUST HAVE BEEN EXCITED WITH JOY and GRATITUDE…THAT THE WAR IN EUROPE…WAS FINALLY OVER, THOUGH, WITH A KEEP IN MIND…THAT THE WAR IN THE PACIFIC, MUST BE TAKEN CARE OF NEXT!!!
ANYWAYS, RESEARCH and READ THIS EXCELLENT BLOG and its INFORMATIVE MATERIALS, TO NOT ONLY REMIND YOU WHAT V.E., VICTORY IN EUROPE DAY WAS, THOUGH, THAT IT IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF HISTORY, INDEED!!!
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