Remember the story of Victory in Europe Day as low-key celebrations take place due to Covid-19

As Europe celebrates Victory in Europe Day, when Nazi Germany unconditionally surrendered and therefore ended World War II, the history behind the date is not as simple as it seems. A signing the previous day in Reims was first recognized then nullified, serving as a ceasefire only. Comemorations all throughout Europe have nevertheless been scaled down due to the coronavirus pandemic.