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As Europe celebrated the surrender of German forces on VE Day, thousands of British, Commonwealth and Allied Armed Forces personnel were still involved in bitter fighting in the Far East.
When Leon Parker left the Army, he struggled to adapt to civilian life and ended up homeless living in the woods in a tent with his dog Misty.
In 1941 Des Lush joined the RAF with hopes of becoming a pilot. Three years later he flew his first operation as a Bomb Aimer.
Spies, Polish countesses and the legendary Colonel Buckmaster, Noreen Riols recalls her memories of the Secret Army.
By the end of 1945 troops were back home in the UK. But a UK that looked very different from the one they’d left when at the outbreak of war.
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Most people remember where they were or how they found out the Second World War was coming to an end. As the war ended in Europe, we share the VE Day stories of those who lived through it.
Harry Leigh-Dugmore was evacuated from Dunkirk as part of Operation Dynamo in May 1940. Read his remarkable story.
Raffaello Moscardini, 95, joined the Royal Air Force as a wireless operator in 1943 and was sent to war in the Far East.
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Liam Young had always wanted to join the Army. Read his story on rebuilding his life after Service.
Trevor Bradshaw was only 21 when The Falklands War began. Now a counsellor, he looks back on his experiences from 1982.
Discover how the role of women in the Armed Forces has developed over the last 100 years and learn more about the women who pushed the boundaries.