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"Itaas Tuesday May the 8th 1945 and itaas VE Day - aEVictory in Europeaa Day for World War II. Winston Churchill broadcasts the news to the nation. Unconditional surrender was signed by Germany on the preceding day at the time displayed by the watch, 2.41pm."
Garland of British flags to celebrate a National holiday in the UK.
Red, white and blue british flag bunting to celebrate the VE Day.
French flag bunting for Bastille day before the war memorial of the Square de l'Appel du 18 Juin 1940 in Saint-Paul de la Reunion.
United States Army soldiers holding the American flag after winning a battle
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Garland of British flags to celebrate the Victory in Europe Day in the UK.
Horizontal composition sepia toned color photography of cross shape sculpture shapes in war memorial cemetery. Shot with dried flowers on granite and marble tomb, gravestones. This picture was is retro styled with some vignette and cracked border. Names are not recognizable on gravestones or have been removed, and it's a public place.
Garland of British flags to celebrate the Queen's Birthday.
Horizontal composition color photography of white cross shape sculpture shapes in war memorial cemetery, memorial of maquis of Ain department and of resistance (Memorial des maquis de l'Ain et de la Resistance in french) during second World War (WWII) in small village of Cerdon in Ain, in Bugey mountains in Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes region in France (Europe). This monument of Resistance of Ain and Haut Jura, also named the Valley of Hell (memorial du Val d'Enfer in french), is a memorial attended a memorial and cemetery. This War Memorial, dedicated to the memory of 700 dead maquis of Ain and Haut Jura, will remain a testimony of gratitude to those who gave their lives for our freedom. This cemetery brings 89 graves of resistance fighters or victims of the Shoah; it was inaugurated June 24, 1956 by General de Gaulle. Among them, in addition to local maquis leaders, there are those of foreigners who came to fight in the Ain. Spaniards, Poles, Italians, North Africans lie to their fellow soldiers. Each May 8 ceremony honors all those guerrillas fell for the liberation of France. Shot with a dried flower on granite and marble tomb stone. Names are not recognizable on gravestones or have been removed, and it's a public place.