V-E Day

NOUN
  1. the date of Allied victory in Europe, World War II
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How To Use V-E Day In A Sentence

  • In his last letter home, Price remembers that his regimental commander assembled the regiment on V-E Day and gave a wonderful speech.
  • It affected families too: I had one grandfather at Pearl for the duration as a radio operator while my paternal grandfather, an engineer, no sooner had a rare beer on V-E Day (he was a fusty old lower-middle-class Southern Baptist bigot, a charming grandfather and good with kids, but those other things too in a run of trumps) than he got to spend an extra year in the service rebuilding infrastructure in the Philippines. Where we won the War we started by almost losing it
  • Note 86: Robert J. Donovan, "V-D Rate in ETO Soars 50% Since V-E Day," Stars and Stripes, Paris ed. Miss Yourlovin: GIs, Gender, and Domesticity during World War II
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