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File:Ve Day Celebrations in London, England, UK, 8 May 1945 D24587.jpg

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English: Ve Day Celebrations in London, England, UK, 8 May 1945
A number 3 double-decker bus slowly pushes its way through the huge crowds gathered in Whitehall to hear Churchill's Victory speech and celebrate Victory in Europe Day. The crowd is a mix of service personnel, civilians and children. Behind the bus, people line the balconies of the buildings along the street, and in the background, Westminster Abbey can be seen.
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http://media.iwm.org.uk/iwm/mediaLib//44/media-44851/large.jpg

IWMLondonThumbnail.jpg This is photograph D 24587 from the collections of the Imperial War Museums. Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
Author Ministry of Information Photo Division Photographer
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This photograph was scanned and released by the Imperial War Museum on the IWM Non Commercial Licence. The image was catalogued by the IWM as created for the Ministry of Information, which was dissolved in 1946. Consequently the image and faithful reproductions are considered Crown Copyright, now expired as the photograph was taken prior to 1 June 1957.
Part of Ministry of Information Second World War Official Collection
Subjects
  • Associated places
    London, England, UK
  • Associated events
    VE Day, Peace Celebrations, Celebrations
  • Associated themes
    British Home Front 1939-1945
  • Associated keywords
    Architecture, Celebration, Civilians, Daily Life, Mood, Morale, Patriotism, Towns and Cities, Transport, children, women
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  1. It is a photograph taken prior to 1 June 1957; or
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