Canada's Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King (L) and Minister of Justice Louis St. Laurent broadcast a message to Canada on VE-Day in an unknown location, May 8, 1945, in this handout photo provided by Library and Archives Canada. Seventy years ago, following the suicide of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, Germany's head of state Karl Donitz signed his country's surrender to Allied forces in Reims, France on May 7, 1945 and in Berlin on May 8, 1945.

Canada’s Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King (L) and Minister of Justice Louis St. Laurent broadcast a message to Canada on VE-Day in an unknown location, May 8, 1945, in this handout photo provided by Library and Archives Canada. Seventy years ago, following the suicide of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, Germany’s head of state Karl Donitz signed his country’s surrender to Allied forces in Reims, France on May 7, 1945 and in Berlin on May 8, 1945.

Canada's Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King (L) and Minister of Justice Louis St. Laurent broadcast a message to Canada on VE-Day in an unknown location, May 8, 1945, in this handout photo provided by Library and Archives Canada. Seventy years ago, following the suicide of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, Germany's head of state Karl Donitz signed his country's surrender to Allied forces in Reims, France on May 7, 1945 and in Berlin on May 8, 1945.

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