On the 2nd of September, 1945, the Chinese community of Montreal, Canada held a parade to celebrate the surrender of the Japanese in the Second World War.
Dancing in the streets in Australia in 1945, after six years of war.
The atomic bombing of Nagasaki. 9th August 1945.
This photograph, dated the 17th of July, 1941, is of Romanian soldiers marching Jewish women and children from their homes. It is listed as evidence of a war crime in progress.
Romania aligned themselves with Nazi Germany in the Second World War, and played a large part in the invasions of, and fighting in, Ukraine and Stalingrad (Russia).
This famous colour photograph by Jack Aeby captured the first detonation of a nuclear weapon. The event occurred on the 16th of July, 1945, and took place in New Mexico, USA.
British and American troops with locals at the ceremony at the War Memorial. X
A brother and sister lay flowers. X
A local fireman holds the French Tricolour. X
This photograph, dated the 14th of June, 1940, is of mainly political prisoners, as well as both Catholics and Jews, being loaded onto a train in Tarnów, Poland. They were being sent to the Nazi concentration camp, Auschwitz I.
The first extermination of prisoners at that camp took place in September of 1941.