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Full edition of Daily Mirror from day of Britain's greatest triumph FREE with today's paper Victory! The Daily Mirror's VE day front pageTo mark the 70th anniversary of Britain's triumph over Germany in the Second World War, you can relive the drama and triumph of VE Day with the Daily Mirror.
We are reprinting our full historic V E Day newspaper, published on May 8, 1945, in today's Daily Mirror.It is a brilliant souvenir of one of the greatest days in our nation's history.The VE Day Daily Mirror includes vivid reports of the national celebrations at news of the end of the hard fought war against Hitler which cost an estimated 50million lives.The opening paragraph of our front page said: "Today is V E Day the day for which the British people had fought and endured five years, eight months and four days of war."It adds:"We also remember and salute with gratitude and pride the men and women who suffered and died to make louis vuitton alma red bag triumph possible."Among the articles in the paper is news from around Europe including that Nazi Propaganda minister Josef Geobbels had taken his own life and that his six children had been reported dead.The centrespread charts the road to victory from the fall of France, the Dunkirk evacuation, Churchill's leadership, the Battle of Britain and the Nazi invasion of Russia to General Montgomery's Desert Rats triumph over Rommel at louis vuitton neverfull yayoi kusama El Alamein, D Day, Hitler's suicide and the fall of Berlin.The louis vuitton neverfull strap drop special edition also includes Mirror cartoonist Donald Zec's now legendary cartoon of an injured British soldier steeping out of the rubble, holding a wreath, stating "Victory and Peace in Europe", and the message underneath read: "Here you are Don't lose it again."War is over: The Mirror's V E Day Jane comic stripThe Mirror's cartoon character Jane, who had kept up morale during the war, is depicted almost shedding her uniform at the height of the celebrations.The paper is a fascinating record of V E Day which will enthral those old enough to remember the national outpouring of joy and give younger generations a real sense of what the Victory meant after such an epic fight for national survival.The historic edition is free in today's Daily Mirror.
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