In the evening of May the 4th 1945 the Danish radiospeaker J. G. Sørensen via BBC´s Danish speaking news tell the Danes that the German troops in Denmark had surrounded.
You still can see candles in windows for remember and never forget.
It's the social media fail that's celebrated every year. Ed Balls Day is a thing - on Twitter and Facebook anyway.
It started six years ago long before Ed Balls appeared on the BBC's dance show Strictly Come Dancing, when he was shadow chancellor.
He typed his name into Twitter to look for articles mentioning his name.
But instead of doing what should have just been a simple search, he actually tweeted his name in error.
And so Ed Balls Day was born.
On 28 April every year Twitter rejoices in the madness of the internet gaffe.
The hashtag #EdBallsDay started up again on Thursday evening in anticipation of the social media phenomenon and so far it's been used more than 13,000 times.
Wasn’t too sure where to put this, there are a lot of Star Wars threads.
Can’t post links, sorry. There’s a story on the BBC website and probably others, Dave Prowse’s memorabilia is being auctioned in Bristol. Dave Prowse played Darth Vader although James Earl Jones did the voice. He died last year aged 85, after suffering with Alzheimer’s, and the money is going to the Alzheimer’s society.