V-E Day

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Synonyms for V-E Day

the date of Allied victory in Europe, World War II


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The 5th Armored Division was nearest to Berlin on V-E Day but was ordered to pull back so the Russians could enter the city, as per an arrangement Gen.
The end of the war was celebrated as V-E Day ("Victory in Europe") on May 8, 1945.
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.
Most of the 75 history buffs, war veterans and children were wide-eyed and smiling as they eagerly snapped photos at the silver vintage B-24 warplane roaring in for a landing Friday at Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport on the 53rd anniversary of V-E Day.
The songs of the period have the power to evoke war memories for Zerlin and a generation of Americans who can distinguish and define V-E Day, V-J Day, D-day and Armistice Day.