“v” is for what?

Recently at work I was perusing Google images for a picture of Thomas Milhous to enhance an article for the church newsletter.

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When I came across this picture, I was reminded of my visit with Carol, my sister, exactly a year ago when we toured the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, CA.

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History in the remaking.

The V symbol always meant Victory to my dad. I always thought it stood for the name of his radio broadcast—”Victory in Christ.” Or “Victory in Jesus,” the theme song.

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I notice when looking through my file of V pictures that most of the 30 or so were taken after his “murder.”  So maybe it was actually a symbol that stated his stance of victory over his assailant’s intentions.

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Either way, the V stood for VICTORY!

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Ha! This one does not qualify.

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