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Video Slide Show: War in Pacific ends

Headlines and wire-service stories in the Willmar Daily Tribune cronicle the last days of World War II in the Pacific Theater in the summer and early fall of 1945. The Japanese formally surrendered on Aug. 15, 1945, which was still Aug. 14 in the...

War is over
The Willmar Daily Tribune proclaimed the news 70 years ago today.

Headlines and wire-service stories in the Willmar Daily Tribune cronicle the last days of World War II in the Pacific Theater in the summer and early fall of 1945. The Japanese formally surrendered on Aug. 15, 1945, which was still Aug. 14 in the United States.

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