From necessary to comply with measures of quarantine the 75-anniversary of the victory in the Second world war were held in Britain, as throughout Europe, without parades and celebrations.

the Aerobatic team of the Royal air force “Red arrows” flew over the main attractions of London.

Eric Howden, head of charity “the Royal British Legion” in the town of Redcar in North Yorkshire honored the memory of victims minute of silence.

a world war II Veteran 92-year-old Lou Myers came on this day at Whitehall in London, the monument in honor of the British who died in the wars.

In the town of Saltburn some residents dressed in clothing from the Second world war, including the costumes, which were at that time in France.

In the London district of Walthamstow, local residents staged a street gatherings, while respecting social distancing.

And this resident of Windsor drove past the Royal castle at the military jeep of world war II.

In the West of London in honor of victory day, people decorated the fence with poppies and flags.

In the village Church Crookham in honor of the holiday appeared installation with military vehicle, and the dummy got turned into a soldier who fought with the Nazis.

In the village of Tring victory day have noted, even the kids.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson via video link from his residence to Downing street congratulated the world war II veteran 102-year-old Ernie Horsfall.