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Street party in Calcutta Terrace, Tamworth

A Street Party in Calcutta Terrace either for 'Victory in Europe' or 'Victory over Japan'. On the back row from left to right, they are, Mrs May Smith, Rosa, Mrs Peggy Aldridge, holding baby James, (hidden) ...

Street party to celebrate VE Day, Burton-on-Trent

Group of people, possibly the residents of Eldon Street, Winshill, celebrating VE day in 1945.

V.E. Day, Middleport, Burslem

A cobbled backstreet in Middleport, near Burslem in seen here with flags and bunting in celebration of Victory in Europe day. Residents from the street would work together to bake cakes and make sandwiches ...

V.J. Day Celebrations, Stone

Residents of the Field Terrace, Albert Street, Victor Street and Edward Street in the Stonefield area of Stone enjoying their street party, celebrating the end of the Second World War on Victory in Japan ...

V.J. Day Celebrations, Stonefield, Stone

Tug of War at the Stonefield V.J. Day celebrations on Field Terrace.

V.J. Day Street Party, Great Haywood,

Parents and children at a Victory in Japan Day street party at The Ring. The photograph was taken outside no.8, the home of George and Diana Shaw (the piano on the left belonged to them). On the back ...

VE Day Celebrations at RAF Stafford

Pictured are service personnel celebrating VE Day with a ‘knees up’ in the Accounts Department at RAF Stafford. Following the Prime Minister's Victory broadcast all ranks ceased work and joined in the ...

VE Day Celebrations, Hall Street, Audley, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A group of children standing on the steps of the Coronation Cinema celebrating VE day.

Victory Celebrations at English Electric Co., Stafford,

Female factory workers at the English Electric Co. factory on Lichfield Road celebrate victory at the end of World War Two. The company had changed to war work on the outbreak of war, as they had ...

Victory Celebrations in the cutting room, Lotus Ltd., Stone

The Lotus factory on Longton Road manufactured ladies' shoes. Joseph Rigby is leaning on the bench at the front with his arms folded. Lotus was originally named Bostock's and was founded in the eighteenth ...

Victory Celebrations in the cutting room, Lotus, Stone

The Lotus factory on Longton Road manufactured ladies' shoes. Lotus was originally named Bostock's and was founded in the eighteenth century by Thomas Bostock, a cobbler. His three sons started their ...

Victory celebrations, English Electric Co., Stafford

Female employees celebrate Victory at the end of World War Two in one of the typing pools on the Lichfield Road Site in Stafford; note the decorations and tin hats hanging on the wall. In later years ...

Victory celebrations, Frobisher Hall, Swynnerton

Mary Wayte (third from left) with performers in a 'V for Victory' show held at Frobisher Hall. Frobisher Hall was a hostel for workers at the Royal Ordnance Factory at Swynnerton during and just after ...

Victory Celebrations, Lotus Shoe Factory, Stone

The closing room decorated to celebrate victory at the end of the First World War. The Lotus factory on Longton Road manufactured ladies' shoes. Lotus was originally named Bostock's and was founded ...

Victory Celebrations, Lotus Shoe Factory, Stone,

The closing room decorated to celebrate victory at the end of the First World War. The Lotus factory on Longton Road manufactured ladies' shoes. The cutting room was where the various shapes required ...

War Memorial Lychgate, Rocester

The unveiling and dedication of the War Memorial Lychgate at St. Michael's Church, Rocester.