Commemorations to mark the end of WWII across EuropeComments
By Christopher Cummins with AGENCIES
Country’s across Europe are marking the 72nd anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe.
The biggest monument in #Prague – National memorial at the Vitkov hill pic.twitter.com/kGwZdqBgHe— LukasKucera (@LuKucera) March 30, 2014
In the Czech Republic Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka laid a wreath at the Vitkov National Memorial in Prague.
#Authentic#Social-realist #art at #Vitkov Memorial in #Prague. It’s been a lovely sunny Saturday! #VisitCZpic.twitter.com/Npi1GtVvBl— Marketa Prague Guide (@CaputRegni) March 4, 2017
In the Polish capital Warsaw a sombre ceremony marked the occasion.
Poland suffered heavily during the war and the subsequent Cold War.
The memorial to the heroes of the Ghetto in Warsaw. pic.twitter.com/KixBdtc6Pq— Fr Philip Corbett (@pusieana) October 27, 2016
As many as six million Poles died during World War Two.