President Donald Trump highlighted American strength during a VJ speech in North Carolina, and managed to squeeze in a swipe at Democratic rival Joe Biden.
What a spectacular own goal by new Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross, who chose to be a linesman at a match between Kilmarnock and St Johnstone instead of attending an event in Forres to mark VJ Day.
A north-east woman has told of her experience in a Japanese interment camp during the second world war.
An Aberdeen man created a stunning artwork on the city's beach to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of WW2.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has apologised for skipping a VJ Day memorial service to officiate at a football match.
Veterans shared their memories of the Second World War as the Duke of Cambridge paid tribute to those who fought in the Far East on VJ Day.
The Duke of Cambridge addressed the nation in a televised tribute honouring veterans on VJ Day, 75 years after his great grandfather gave a speech marking the end of the Second World War.
Hundreds of people eager to see the world-famous Red Arrows’ flypast on VJ Day were left downcast after scheduled flights were cancelled due to poor weather.
The Red Arrows flew over some of Belfast’s famous landmarks as Northern Ireland marked the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to the “indefatigable” heroes of “the Forgotten Army” on the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
Around 40 veterans shared their memories of the Second World War at a remembrance service marking the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
A Red Arrows flypast over Edinburgh for VJ Day was cancelled due to the cloudy weather in the Scottish capital.
Today marks 75 years since Japan surrendered to the Allied forces on August 15 1945, ending the Second World War’s hostilities. Gayle Ritchie looks at how our newspapers covered VJ Day.
Commemorative events have taken place at several locations across Northern Ireland to mark the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
The 75th anniversary of VJ Day has been marked with a series of events honouring those who fought in the Far East, with some of the veterans who survived the conflict attending.
The Queen has given thanks to those “who fought so valiantly” for today’s cherished freedoms on the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
The 75th anniversary of VJ Day – victory over the Japanese which signalled the very end of the Second World War – has been commemorated with a series of events honouring those who fought in the Far East.
South-east Asia was hell on earth for the Black Watch as they fought to reclaim the land from the Japanese.
It was one of the worst setbacks for the Allies during the Second World War and had a grievous impact on thousands of young men from the north and north-east of Scotland.
Nearly half of the British public do not know what Victory in Japan (VJ) Day is, according to the findings of a poll taken shortly before its 75th anniversary.
The First Minister has paid tribute to all those who died during the Second World War on the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
The royal family is to lead tributes to Second World War veterans as the UK commemorates the sacrifices of its Armed Forces and Allies on the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
The family of a Second World War veteran who died just days before this year’s Victory in Japan (VJ) Day have said he will be “sorely missed”.
The daughter of a Second World War soldier has shared his heart-breaking final letter to her after finding it almost 60 years after it was written.
Two sisters who were codebreakers during the Second World War have spoken of their “surprise” after a portrait of them was unveiled ahead of VJ Day.
The 75th anniversary of Victory in Japan (VJ) Day provides an opportunity to commemorate the efforts of the “forgotten army” in bringing the Second World War to an end, the former head of the British Army has suggested.
A veteran of the Second World War’s brutal Burma campaign has recalled how he survived tropical diseases, injury and jungle warfare 75 years on from the end of the conflict.
Two Navy veterans have shared their memories of surviving kamikaze attacks and sniper fire to make it through to the end of the Second World War and celebrate the first Victory in Japan (VJ) Day.
The defeat of Nazi Germany and the arrival of Victory in Europe on May 8 1945 was met by jubilation in Britain, but for many it did not mark the end of their war.