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DAILY RECORD PHOTOGRAPH FROM PAPER 8TH MAY 1945 GOD BLESS OUR KING STREET IN

DAILY RECORD PHOTOGRAPH FROM PAPER 8TH MAY 1945 GOD BLESS OUR KING STREET IN


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DAILY RECORD PHOTOGRAPH FROM PAPER 8TH MAY 1945 GOD BLESS OUR KING STREET IN

DAILY RECORD PHOTOGRAPH FROM PAPER 8TH MAY 1945
GOD BLESS OUR KING
STREET IN GLASGOW PREPARES FOR GLASGOW VE DAY CELEBRATIONS
STREET PARTY BUNTING

Daily Record
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Glasgow
Scotland

Media ID 21712933

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Victory In Europe Day World War 2


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Step back in time with this print from the Daily Record newspaper, dated 8th May 1945. Titled 'God Bless Our King Street', it beautifully captures the spirit of Glasgow as it prepares for VE Day celebrations. Transporting us to a momentous day in history, this image showcases the vibrant atmosphere that engulfed King Street during World War II's Victory in Europe Day. The street is adorned with colorful bunting, symbolizing hope and unity after years of hardship and sacrifice. The photograph serves as a poignant reminder of the resilience and determination displayed by the people of Glasgow during those challenging times. It encapsulates their unwavering support for their beloved king and country. As we gaze upon this snapshot from yesteryear, we are transported to an era where joy mingled with relief, marking the end of one chapter while embarking on a journey towards peace and rebuilding. This Memory Lane Print allows us to reflect on our shared history, paying tribute to those who fought valiantly during World War II. It stands as a testament to human strength amidst adversity and reminds us never to forget the sacrifices made for our freedom. Own a piece of history today; let this remarkable photograph transport you back in time.

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