V-E Day


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V-E Day

Allies accept Germany’s surrender in WWII (May 8, 1945). [World Hist.: Van Doren, 506]
See: Victory
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The squadron that ended the war as the highest-scoring unit in the RAF suddenly had no place in the post-war air force, or even in the victory parades that followed V-E Day.
This spring marks the 50th anniversary of V-E Day, followed in the summer by the fiftieth anniversary of Hiroshima and V-J Day.