Jean Watters was part of the team deciphering signals the German armed forces sent out from its Enigma encryption machines.Read the full story ›
A petition for George "Johnny" Johnson to be knighted has been delivered to Downing Street after attracting more than 200,000 signatures.Read the full story ›
Flypast involving dozens of Second World War aircraft takes place above Kent to mark 75 years since the Battle of Britain's "hardest day".Read the full story ›
98-year-old Jim Crossan's account of his time as a Japanese PoW is enlightening, uplifting and also a remarkable love story.Read the full story ›
As Britain prepares to mark 70 years since VJ Day, one former soldier ends a lifetime of silence to describe the horrors of his war.Read the full story ›
Graffiti-covered walls and discarded ammunition have been found in a labyrinth of secret wartime tunnels beneath the white cliffs of Dover.Read the full story ›
The Queen has spoken of the "horrific" scenes British forces faced when they liberated the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp as she visited the notorious site.
At the camp in northern Germany where 70,000 people died from disease, starvation or brutal mistreatment, the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh paid their respects by laying a wreath.
With quiet dignity and the minimum of protocol, the royal couple toured the site which was razed to the ground and is now a museum and memorial to those who died during the Second World War.
ITV News Royal Editor Tim Ewart reports:
Former SAS soldier Andy McNab is among those who have paid tribute to the allied "heroes" of the D-Day landings in Normandy.
Heroes of the liberation of Europe have attended a ceremony in Normandy to remember the sacrifices of their fellow World War II servicemen.Read the full story ›