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RG-03.03.01, Germany Surrenders Unconditionally Fascimiles, 1
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
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Alfred Jodl, Chief of Staff of German Armed Forces High Command, signed surrender terms, Reims, 1945
Allied Expeditionary Force (AEF), the Second World War, Germany
American Expeditionary Forces (AEF)
Axis Powers, 1938 --1945
Berlin (Germany)
Documents in English language
Documents in German language
Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander of Allied forces in WW2, led the Battle of Normandy
End of Second World War
French General François Sevez, signed the German Principles of Surrender, May 07, 1945, WW2
French High Military Command
General Dwight Eisenhower’s surrender terms for German forces
General Ivan Susloparov of the Soviet High Command signed German Principles of Surrender, May 7 1945
General von Friedeburg, signed German Principles of Surrender in Reims & Berlin, May 07-08, 1945
German Army (Wehrmacht), surrender April-May 1945
German Military Command
German surrender documents signed at Luneburg, at Reims, and at Berlin, 1945
German surrender in Berlin, May 08, 1945
German surrender in Reims, May 07, 1945
Grand Admiral Karl Donitz, head of German government who ordered Jodl to sign German surrender terms
Luneburg (Germany)
Major General of the French Army: Francois Sevez
Narratives in English language
Narratives in German language
Normandy landings (D-Day), Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord, WW2, June 1944
Original document of German surrender deposited in The National Archives of the United States, 1934
Original German surrender documents, Second World War
Photo-documents related to German unconditional surrender
Principles of surrender of all German armed forces in Holland, in northwest Germany, and in Denmark
Proclamation of victory over Germany in Europe by President Truman, text of proclamation, May 8 1945
Red Army, WW2
Reims (France)
Soviet High Command
Surrender document signed by B.L. Montgomery, Hans Friedeburg, Kinzel, J. Wagner, & Poleck
Surrender of all German forces by the German High Command under General Alfred Jodl, (May 7, 1945)
Surrender of Frisian Islands, Heligoland, and Schleswig-Holstein
Surrender of German Armed Forces in the North to the British armies in Luneburg, May 4, 1945
surrender of German military personnel
Surrender of German Naval Forces, Second World War, 1945
Surrender of Germany, Second World War, WW2, 1945
Surrender of Nazi Germany, reportage and photodocuments, May 1945
Texts of unconditional surrender in English
Texts of unconditional surrender in German
United States High Military Command
V-E Day, (Victory in Europe) proclaimed by President Truman following German surrender, May 08, 1945
Walter Bedell Smith (Eisenhower’s chief of staff) signed surrender terms, May 07, 1945
Withdrawal of German (and German-controlled) vessels, warships, auxiliaries, and U-boats

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