Charles leads tributes to 'forgotten army' on 75th anniversary of VJ Day The Prince of Wales says veterans of the far east campaign deserve our "most heartfelt and undying gratitude".

The Prince of Wales says veterans of the far east campaign deserve our "most heartfelt and undying gratitude".

Prince Charles has led tributes to Second World War veterans on the 75th anniversary of VJ Day, saying they should be "respected, thanked and cherished".

Although VE Day (Victory in Europe Day) arrived just over three months earlier, it was not until 15 August 1945 that the Second World War finally came to an end with the surrender of Japan.

Charles, who laid wreaths with the Duchess of Cornwall at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, said those who fought in the Far...
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