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Generals Susloparov, Morgan, Smith, Eisenhower, Air Chief Marshal Tedder after signing of German surrender documents, Rheims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 1 of 3; note Eisenhower holding pens usedGenerals Susloparov, Morgan, Smith, Eisenhower, Air Chief Marshal Tedder after signing of German surrender documents, Rheims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 2 of 3; note Eisenhower holding pens usedGenerals Susloparov, Morgan, Smith, Eisenhower, Air Chief Marshal Tedder after signing of German surrender documents, Rheims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 3 of 3; note Eisenhower holding pens usedGerman instrument of surrender, page 1 of 2
Generals Susloparov, Morgan, Smith, Eisenhower, Air Chief Marshal Tedder after signing of German surrender documents, Rheims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 1 of 3; note Eisenhower holding pens usedGenerals Susloparov, Morgan, Smith, Eisenhower, Air Chief Marshal Tedder after signing of German surrender documents, Rheims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 2 of 3; note Eisenhower holding pens usedGenerals Susloparov, Morgan, Smith, Eisenhower, Air Chief Marshal Tedder after signing of German surrender documents, Rheims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 3 of 3; note Eisenhower holding pens usedGerman instrument of surrender, page 1 of 2
German instrument of surrender, page 2 of 2; note signatures of Jodl, Smith, Sousloparov, and SevezJodl signing surrender documents at EisenhowerJodl signing surrender documents at EisenhowerJodl signing surrender documents at Eisenhower
German instrument of surrender, page 2 of 2; note signatures of Jodl, Smith, Sousloparov, and SevezJodl signing surrender documents at Eisenhower's headquarters, flanked by Major Wilhelm Oxenius and Admiral Hans-Georg von Friedeburg, Reims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 1 of 4Jodl signing surrender documents at Eisenhower's headquarters, flanked by Major Wilhelm Oxenius and Admiral Hans-Georg von Friedeburg, Reims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 2 of 4Jodl signing surrender documents at Eisenhower's headquarters, flanked by Major Wilhelm Oxenius and Admiral Hans-Georg von Friedeburg, Reims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 3 of 4
Jodl signing surrender documents at EisenhowerLtGen Bedell Smith signing the documents of Germany’s surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. British Adm Harold Burrough is on the left. Soviet Gen Ivan Susloparov is on the extreme right.Officers gather around a table at Eisenhower’s headquarters to sign the instruments of the German surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. Photo 1 of 2Officers gather around a table at Eisenhower’s headquarters to sign the instruments of the German surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. Photo 2 of 2
Jodl signing surrender documents at Eisenhower's headquarters, flanked by Major Wilhelm Oxenius and Admiral Hans-Georg von Friedeburg, Reims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 4 of 4LtGen Bedell Smith signing the documents of Germany’s surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. British Adm Harold Burrough is on the left. Soviet Gen Ivan Susloparov is on the extreme right.Officers gather around a table at Eisenhower’s headquarters to sign the instruments of the German surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. Photo 1 of 2Officers gather around a table at Eisenhower’s headquarters to sign the instruments of the German surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. Photo 2 of 2
Soviet General Ivan Susloparov signing the documents of GermanySoviet Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky, left, greeting British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, right, during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.Supreme Commander Dwight Eisenhower and Deputy Supreme Commander Arthur Tedder making the formal announcement that Germany had signed the surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945.The schoolhouse in Reims, France used by Eisenhower as the Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Forces (SHAEF). This is also where the first German surrender was signed on 7 May 1945.
Soviet General Ivan Susloparov signing the documents of Germany's surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. His aide is on the left and USAAF LtGen Carl Spaatz on the right.Soviet Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky, left, greeting British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, right, during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.Supreme Commander Dwight Eisenhower and Deputy Supreme Commander Arthur Tedder making the formal announcement that Germany had signed the surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945.The schoolhouse in Reims, France used by Eisenhower as the Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Forces (SHAEF). This is also where the first German surrender was signed on 7 May 1945.
Churchill waving to crowds at Whitehall, London, England, United Kingdom on the day he announced the war with Germany had been won, 8 May 1945Female members of the German military in a prisoner of war camp for women at Regensburg, Germany, 8 May 1945Georgi Zhukov and other Soviet officers at the German surrender ceremony, Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945Georgi Zhukov signing the German surrender document, Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945, photo 1 of 2
Churchill waving to crowds at Whitehall, London, England, United Kingdom on the day he announced the war with Germany had been won, 8 May 1945Female members of the German military in a prisoner of war camp for women at Regensburg, Germany, 8 May 1945Georgi Zhukov and other Soviet officers at the German surrender ceremony, Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945Georgi Zhukov signing the German surrender document, Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945, photo 1 of 2

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