Islanders will come together today to commemorate and celebrate one of the biggest days in the Channel Islands' calendar.
Liberation Day celebrations in Guernsey will be focused along the seafront.
A service will also be held in Jersey's Liberation Square - with the re-enactment of the hoisting of the Union Jack from the balcony of the Pomme D'Or.
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On the 28th June 1940 the Luftwaffe bombed Jersey and Guernsey, which were both undefended.
44 people were killed and 2 days later the Germans took control of Guernsey.
Jersey surrendered to the Germans on 1st July and islanders had to put white flags over their houses to show they had surrendered.
On the 9th May 1945, a day after VE day, the Channel Islands were finally liberated.
The Occupation lasted from the 30th June 1940 until 9th May 1945.