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From the latest Sunday edition of the Chicago Tribune and thanks to the article by Ron Grossman we have the banner headlines as announced the end of the war [The Second World War] in Europe.
Seventy years ago this last week the Tribune reporting the surrender of German forces to the victorious allies but not without sober reflection.
"V-E Day was cause for celebration - - and worry"
"TRAMPLE SLAIN DUCE"
"Munich Falls; Patton Frees 27,000 Captives
"HITLER SUICIDE - - REDS"
"Berlin Falls to Russians; 70,000 Captured"
"V-E DAY - - TODAY!"
"BIG 3 PROCLAIM VICTORY AT 8 A.M; UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER SIGNED"
"Today the headlines read as we long visioned . . . but what is the strange something that is missing? What is this heaviness that still remains, where is the joy, the ecstasy we visioned?"
"It is that thru each mind there flickers . . . White crosses in those far off lonely islands, gleaming in the moonlight, row on row."
AND ONE YET ENEMY REMAINED! THE JAPANESE!