Memories have been made around the world, celebrating the 75th anniversary of Japan’s surrender, when World War II ended. The Prince of Wales led the ceremony in the UK, bringing together veterans and military at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. Prince Charles paid tribute to the courage of those who fought in the Far East, saying that their service and sacrifice would be “for centuries to come.” Fifty thousand British and Commonwealth soldiers were killed in the war against Japan, half in prison areas. their relatives reunited the surviving veterans in ceremonies. The Japanese emperor expressed a deep memory of his country during the war at an event in Tokyo. Emperor Naruhito stated that “war breakdowns” will never be repeated. Clive Myrie reports on BBC News. By Nicholas Witchell and Sian Lloyd. Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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