Victory in Europe Day (VE Day) celebrations in Toronto, Canada, May 1945.

VE-Day celebrations in Toronto, Ontario, May (Photo: Ronny Jaques/BiblioArchives / LibraryArchives/CC BY

German-made camera used to take iconic Times Square kiss picture at the end of World War Two

German-made camera used to take iconic Times Square kiss picture at the end of World War Two goes up for auction

Times Square kiss picture at the end of World War Two. The iconic picture and is known by people.

Churchill waves to crowds in Whitehall on the day he broadcast to the nation that the war with Germany had been won, 8 May 1945

Winston Churchill waves to crowds in Whitehall, London on the day he broadcast to the nation the war with Germany was over.

1945 VE (Victory in Europe) Day TIMES SQUARE vintage photo Times Tower Toffenetti Restaurant NYC

1945 VE (Victory in Europe) Day - Times Square vintage photo Times Tower ~ Toffenetti Restaurant NYC.

BBC - Britain after World War II

History - British History in depth: Britain, the Commonwealth and the End of Empire

Searchlights form the V-for-victory in the night sky over St. Paul’s cathedral in London on 8 May 1945. VE (Victory in Europe) Day was celebrated as a public holiday and marked the end of the second world war in Europe following the Nazi surrender on 30 April. London’s night-time blackout lasted for 5 years

St Paul's Cathedral illuminated on the night of VE Day, London, 8 May Christopher Wren’s cathedral lit up by beams of light to celebrate the end of World War II in Europe.

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Day of Remembrance for Victims of Massacres in Armenia is held on February It honors the people killed during the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Onother French Holiday I did not know existed. May 8 1945: Remember Victory in Europe day: France

Victory In Europe Day: Another French Holiday I Didn’t Know

Onother French Holiday I did not know existed. May 8 Remember Victory in Europe day: France

8th May, 1945 VE Day in Europe, London Daily Mirror, May 8, 1945. After five years, eight months, and five days of massive devastation, the end of the European phase of WWII was celebrated. Victory in Europe was commemorated with celebrations all around the world in recognition of the unconditional surrender of all German forces, which was signed in Reims, France, the previous day.

VE Day was the day that Europe celebrated the surrender of Nazi Germany on May

The History Place - World War II in Europe Timeline: May 8, 1945 - VE (Victory in Europe) Day

Jubilant American soldier hugs motherly English woman and victory smiles light the faces of happy service men and civilians at Piccadilly Circus, London, celebrating Germany’s unconditional surrender.

Victory Day, Red Flags, and the Beginning of the End for Yanukovych

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On this day in History, Victory in Europe on May 08, 1945. Learn more about what happened today on History.

Princess Elizabeth, Queen Elizabeth, Winston Churchill, King George VI, and Princess Margaret waving from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

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