8 May 1945


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the date of Allied victory in Europe, World War II

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All those who served for at least one day north of the Arctic Circle (latitude 66[degrees] 32' N) and west of the Urals between 3 September 1939 and 8 May 1945, in the Armed Forces or the Merchant Navy, will qualify for the Emblem.
With this long and interesting volume that ends on VE Day, 8 May 1945, Carlo D'Este, a military historian, joins a distinguished list of Eisenhower biographers that includes Stephen Ambrose, Peter Lyon, grandson David Eisenhower, and, most recently, Geoffrey Perret.
Their possible children and partners may file a request provided that the person immediately concerned himself/herself died after 8 May 1945.
He held this position until after the unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany at Rheims, France, 8 May 1945.
VE Day came six weeks later, on 8 May 1945, and eight days after that Dawley sent his diatribe against Hemingway up to Lee.
his early days in prison after the Setif uprisings of 8 May 1945 or the circumstances of the publication of his first collection of poems, Soliloques) to his somewhat aleatory method in arriving at the final composition of Nedjma, a topic about which several treatises have been written.
He was promoted to Lt Col in 1918 on his final retirement from the army and died on VE Day, 8 May 1945 at the age of 91.
Almost from the time the guns fell silent in Europe on 8 May 1945, the world in general and the western world in particular has studied the German army of World War II, and its impressive warmaking potential, with a special fascination.
The development is made necessary by the construction operation of an office building and a building used as a workshop, offices and social on behalf of SNCF, sis instead of 8 May 1945 and Jules Verne Levallois, as well as a student residence.
Notably, the war in the ETO ended on 8 May 1945, approximately ninety days after the execution was carried out, leaving the desired effect of Private Slovik's execution more a matter of academic debate than empirical data.