The Mirror became the biggest-selling daily newspaper of the late 1940's, published every single day throughout the duration of the Second World War, with between and 3 and 4 million copies sold daily during the conflict.
|The Daily Mirror is making its 1945 issues available digitally|
He added: "It's fascinating to see the style in which these historical moments were communicated to readers and how the paper has changed in the 70 years since."
Today's edition of the paper delivered the news that US troops had joined forces with Russia's Red Army, and also features London cinema listings from the time, as well as rationing announcements.
Each of the 1945 editions will be available to be read in full in the paper's e-edition archive for a month after publication, while The Mirror's iPad edition is free to read in full from Monday to Friday.