The appeal of the British Queen.
Friday, may 8, the Queen of the United Kingdom of great Britain and Northern Ireland Elizabeth II wrote a message on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the end of world war II in Europe, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Apostrophe.
Video published on the official Facebook page of the British Royal family.
In his address, Queen Elizabeth has said that the keynote of victory Day was the phrase “Never give up, never give up”.
“Today I say these words to you at the same time as my father 75 years ago. Then he congratulated the men and women at home and overseas, who gave so much for what he rightly called “great release,” she said, turning to his fellow citizens, reminding that the Second world war touched everyone.
“We believed that doing the right thing, and this belief, as noted by my father in his radio address, has helped us to survive”, — said Queen Elizabeth.
She spoke about his childhood memories when my sister, parents, and Prime Minister Winston Churchill watched the celebrations from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
“The people who gathered in crowds outside, and across the country, felt deep joy, though, celebrating the victory in Europe, we knew that there would be more victims. Fighting stopped in the far East in August, and the war finally ended. Many people gave their lives in this terrible conflict. They fought so we could live in peace both at home and abroad. They died so we could live as free people in a world of free Nations. They risked everything to our family and neighbors were safe. We must and will remember them”, — said Elizabeth II.
In his address to the British Queen stressed that the best way to honor the memory of those who never returned from the war, is to make sure that it doesn’t happen again.