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Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 02 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 03 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 04 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 05 of 12.
Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 02 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 03 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 04 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 05 of 12.
Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 06 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 07 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 08 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 09 of 12.
Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 06 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 07 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 08 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 09 of 12.
Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 10 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 11 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 12 of 12.Japanese Imperial Army Lt General Torashiro Kawabe, leader of the Japanese surrender delegation, as he waited for transfer between his incoming Japanese G4M transport and his outgoing American C-54 at Ie Jima, 19 Aug 1945
Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 10 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 11 of 12.Aboard two Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers in surrender markings, a Japanese delegation stopped at Ie Jima, Ryukyu Islands en route Manila, Philippines for a surrender briefing, 19 Aug 1945. Photo 12 of 12.Japanese Imperial Army Lt General Torashiro Kawabe, leader of the Japanese surrender delegation, as he waited for transfer between his incoming Japanese G4M transport and his outgoing American C-54 at Ie Jima, 19 Aug 1945
Surrender negotiations at Mili Atoll, Marshall Islands, aboard USS Levy, 19 Aug 1945; L to R: Cdr H.E. Cross, Majuro commander Capt H.B. Grow, LtCdr Toyda and Lt Hutsu, Lt Col G.V. Burnett (only cap showing), and othersSurrender negotiations at Mili Atoll, Marshall Islands, aboard USS Levy, 19 Aug 1945; L to R: US Majuro commander Captain H. B. Grow, and Japanese representatives LtCdr Toyda and Lt Hutsu.Celebratory photo of American servicemen on top of a Japanese G4M bomber painted in surrender markings at Ie Jima, 20 Aug 1945. This plane brought in Japanese envoys the day before and would take them out later this dayDouglas MacArthur observing the arrival of the Japanese delegation, Manila City Hall, Philippine Islands, 20 Aug 1945
Surrender negotiations at Mili Atoll, Marshall Islands, aboard USS Levy, 19 Aug 1945; L to R: Cdr H.E. Cross, Majuro commander Capt H.B. Grow, LtCdr Toyda and Lt Hutsu, Lt Col G.V. Burnett (only cap showing), and othersSurrender negotiations at Mili Atoll, Marshall Islands, aboard USS Levy, 19 Aug 1945; L to R: US Majuro commander Captain H. B. Grow, and Japanese representatives LtCdr Toyda and Lt Hutsu.Celebratory photo of American servicemen on top of a Japanese G4M bomber painted in surrender markings at Ie Jima, 20 Aug 1945. This plane brought in Japanese envoys the day before and would take them out later this dayDouglas MacArthur observing the arrival of the Japanese delegation, Manila City Hall, Philippine Islands, 20 Aug 1945
Members of the Australian Mission Group at the Japanese surrender talks, Japan, 20 Aug 1945; left to right: Cdre John Collins, Lt Gen Frank Berryman, Capt Roy Dowling, Air Cdre Raymond BrownellTwo Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers that brought the Japanese surrender delegation to Ie Jima on 19 Aug 1945. The planes remained at Ie Jima as the delegation went on to Manila in a US transport (20 Aug 1945 photo).Lieutenant General Xiao Yisu speaking with the local Japanese surrender delegation, Zhijiang, Hunan Province, China, 21 Aug 1945, photo 1 of 2Lieutenant General Xiao Yisu speaking with the local Japanese surrender delegation, Zhijiang, Hunan Province, China, 21 Aug 1945, photo 2 of 2
Members of the Australian Mission Group at the Japanese surrender talks, Japan, 20 Aug 1945; left to right: Cdre John Collins, Lt Gen Frank Berryman, Capt Roy Dowling, Air Cdre Raymond BrownellTwo Mitsubishi G4M ‘Betty’ bombers that brought the Japanese surrender delegation to Ie Jima on 19 Aug 1945. The planes remained at Ie Jima as the delegation went on to Manila in a US transport (20 Aug 1945 photo).Lieutenant General Xiao Yisu speaking with the local Japanese surrender delegation, Zhijiang, Hunan Province, China, 21 Aug 1945, photo 1 of 2Lieutenant General Xiao Yisu speaking with the local Japanese surrender delegation, Zhijiang, Hunan Province, China, 21 Aug 1945, photo 2 of 2

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