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Today marks 75 years since the formal acceptance by the Allies of Nazi Germany’s surrender.
Victory In Europe Day marks 75 years since the unconditional surrender of the Nazis. Despite huge plans for public celebration, no one knew we would be on lockdown during pandemic at this time. Here are some ways you can celebrate the end of war in Europe after three quarters of a century ago.
2,194 days passed between the official start and end of World War II. And yet it only took 18 minutes for representatives of Japan, the US, China, the UK, the USSR, Australia, Canada, France, the Netherlands and New Zealand to sign the Instrument of Surrender on 2nd September 1945. By that point an estimated 70-85 million people had perished.
It's the hottest new cinema release and its all about the Royal family! A Royal Night Out hits cinemas on 15 May (with previews from 8 May) and I have managed to see it before the official release. So here are five reasons you have to watch it.
The Queen and other members of the Royal Family along with Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha attended a
When HM The Queen takes her place for the celebrations today, marking an astonishing 70 years since VE Day was declared across
Friday 8 May will mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, when Sir Winston Churchill delivered his historic speech to crowds gathered in London, broadcasting the news that the Second World War was finally over.
To celebrate the release of the British film 'A Royal Night Out' (in cinemas on the 15th May), The Huffington Post UK is
May 8, 1945. London. Winston Churchill stands alongside King George VI and other members of the Royal Family on a Buckingham Palace balcony, waving to a crowd of thousands who've gathered to celebrate with him the fall of Germany, and victory in Europe.