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UK: David Cameron joins war vets in WWII VE day celebrations00:57

UK: David Cameron joins war vets in WWII VE day celebrations

United Kingdom, London
May 10, 2015 at 11:45 GMT +00:00 · Published

British Prime Minister David Cameron joined WWII veterans and their families in London near Buckingham Palace on Sunday as they celebrated the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day (VE DAY). In comments he made to journalists, Cameron stated that Britain "stood alone against Hitler," comments that could offend the many nations who united to fight against the forces of Third Reich.

Crowds gathered near Westminster to watch a military parade marching towards Buckingham Palace, followed by a WWII aircraft fly-past, including the Red Arrows Spitfire and Hurricane fighters.

The celebrations mark the 70th anniversary of the Allied victory over the

UK: David Cameron joins war vets in WWII VE day celebrations00:57
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British Prime Minister David Cameron joined WWII veterans and their families in London near Buckingham Palace on Sunday as they celebrated the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day (VE DAY). In comments he made to journalists, Cameron stated that Britain "stood alone against Hitler," comments that could offend the many nations who united to fight against the forces of Third Reich.

Crowds gathered near Westminster to watch a military parade marching towards Buckingham Palace, followed by a WWII aircraft fly-past, including the Red Arrows Spitfire and Hurricane fighters.

The celebrations mark the 70th anniversary of the Allied victory over the