When taking pictures, everyone loves to pose this V-shaped posture, knowing that this gesture represents victory, and English is victtory. Now, the V-type is commonly known as the “scissors”. Who is the originator of the V-shaped gesture?
According to legend, during the Second World War, Nazi Germany’s iron hooves traveled across Europe, and many countries died. A Belgian named Victor de la Villi, who broadcasts to Belgium in exile in the UK every day, calls on everyone to write V everywhere, expressing confidence in victory. Later, this matter spread throughout Europe, people began to make this gesture to each other when they met, encouraging each other to encourage. After Churchill learned of this incident, he greatly appreciated it, and this gesture became one of Churchill’s symbols. He often gestured in front of the media to express his confidence in defeating the Nazis. Through the use of great people, this gesture is more widely popular.