May 8, Victory in Europe Day (Victory in Europe Day)

Victory in Europe Day (Victory in Europe Day)

Exactly 68 years ago, on or about May 8, 1945, both Britain and the United States was first celebrated as Victory in Europe Day (Victory in Europe Day). The events that mark that is the army of Nazi Germany‘s surrender unconditionally to the Allies (for Italy itself had already surrendered), ending World War II in Europe that has been raging since 1939 and the collapse of the Third Kekaisara (Third Reich) Adolf Hitler. However, since Herr Hitler himself had decided to commit suicide on 30 April 2945, the submission process is represented by the German President at the time, Karl Doenitz.

Allied victory celebration

political Celebration of the Allied victory over Nazi and Italian Fascist government in Europe, celebrated by the whole society, especially in cities that previously occupied by the Fascists as well as in the United States alone. In the UK, the streets crowded by people who celebrate Victory in Europe Day (Victory in Europe Day) is. Mass centralization occurred in London, especially in Trafalgar Square and The Mall to Buckingham Palace, where King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, accompanied by Prime Minister Winston Churchill, appeared on the beam palace to celebrate the happy day with the community.

The date, May 8, 1945, is also the 61st anniversary of the current US president, Harry Truman. view full post »