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WWII. 1 9 5. 4. Andy Oppenheimer. The Battle for Iwo Jima. Savanna Bell. Adolf Hitler’s Death. Caroline Ingalls. Victory in Europe Day. EVENTS LEADING UP TO VE DAY. The Allied Expeditionary Force’s commands an unconditional surrender on all fronts

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WWII

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The battle for iwo jima

Andy Oppenheimer

The Battle for Iwo Jima


Adolf hitler s death

Savanna Bell

Adolf Hitler’s Death


Victory in europe day

Caroline Ingalls

Victory in Europe Day


EVENTS LEADING UP TO VE DAY

  • The Allied Expeditionary Force’s commands an unconditional surrender on all fronts

  • Negotiations were signed in Riems on May 7th at 2:41 AM

  • Senior officers from Britain, America, Russia and France were present at the time of the signing


The Actual Event

  • 17 hours after the signing, the Ministry of Information released the formal announcement that the 8th of May would be regarded as Victory in Europe Day

  • In the afternoon of VE day, the royal family came out on the balcony along with Winston Churchill, who gave a speech

  • At approximately nine, the sky above St. Paul’s Cathedral was lit with two search lights were crossed in a “V” for victory

  • A celebration of the previous six years of war


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