VE Day — which stood for Victory In Europe — marked the Allies' victory over Nazi Germany in World War II and took place on 8 May 1945. Thousands of people gathered in Trafalgar Square in London, where a major celebration was held. On the occasion, Winston Churchill made a speech that got played over loudspeakers. (PROSE: Magic of the Angels)

While disguised as a "provincial dolly bird" in 1965, the Sixth Doctor told Monsieur Coiffure that "two Yanks helped me up the statue in Piccadilly Gardens" on VE Night. (AUDIO: The Vanity Box)

The Seventh Doctor and his companions Ace and Hex were present in London for the celebrations. Prior to this visit, Hex had never heard of VE Day. (AUDIO: Casualties of War)

When the Eighth Doctor visited Ferrara during the celebrations of Italy's World Cup victory on 11 July 1982, he noted that he hadn't seen this kind of celebration since VE Day. (AUDIO: Living Legend)

The Eleventh Doctor once claimed that he did not attend VE Day celebrations personally, stating that he just heard about it from other people. (PROSE: Magic of the Angels)

VJ Day (PROSE: Deadly Reunion) followed VE Day later in the year, marking the Allies' victory over Japan in the Pacific War on 2 September 1945. (COMIC: Sky Jacks)

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