Searchlights form the V-for-victory in the night sky over St. Paul’s cathedral in London on 8 May 1945. VE (Victory in Europe) Day was celebrated as a public holiday and marked the end of the second world war in Europe following the Nazi surrender on 30 April. London’s night-time blackout lasted for 5 years
Après le débarquement le 06 Juin 1944 la défaite d'Hitler le 8 Mai 1945 ce jour est appéllé par les anglophnes le VE (Victory in Europe) Day 8, 1945 Victory in Europe or VE Day was officially declared, a symbol of the end to Hitler’s war. VE Day that year fell on a Tuesday.
Clueless: But with the 70th anniversary looming, 38 per cent of those surveyed could not identify Winston Churchill as the prime minister who declared victory in Europe on May 8, 1945 (newspaper from that day)