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Islanders in Sark are celebrating 72 years of freedom today, on their Liberation Day.
German forces left the island a day later than Jersey and Guernsey, after five years of Nazi rule.
ITV Channel TV has been speaking to some of the islanders from Sark who remember the Occupation.
Nellie Le Feuvre, 90, returned to the island when the war ended, having been deported by Nazis in 1943.
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A photo has been shared online, believed to show islanders who were evacuated during the Occupation celebrating the Liberation in the UK.
It claims the group came from Guernsey, and were in Halifax when the islanders were freed from the Nazi regime.
It was posted by Gillian Mawson, who says she is a social historian and runs a group for WWII evacuees.
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Two islanders describe life under Nazi rule - during the Occupation in Sark and as a prisoner in camps across Europe.
During WWII as well as Nazis occupying the Channel Islands, hundreds were sent from their homes to internment camps in Europe.