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In August 1945 Japan surrendered to the Allies and Victory over Japan Day, or VJ Day, brought an end to years of war. Like many people and institutions, it was a very tired and war weary Mint which celebrated the occasion. Take a look at the infographic below to discover more about the impact of the conflict.

 

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