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Wang Yaowu, Lu Han, Zhang Fakui, He Yingqin, Tang Enbo, Du Yuming, Xiao Yisu, and an unidentified high ranking US Army officer after the surrender ceremony in Zhijiang, Hunan Province, China, 21 Aug 1945Aboard his flagship, USS Missouri, Adm William Halsey toasts Japan’s surrender with RAdm Robert Carney, Royal Navy Capt JPL Reid, Royal Navy VAdm Sir Bernard Rawlings, VAdm John McCain, and RAdm Wilder Baker, 22 Aug 1945Aboard his flagship, USS Missouri, Admiral William Halsey receives Royal Navy Vice Admiral Sir Bernard Rawlings, Vice Admiral John McCain, and Rear Admiral Wilder Baker to celebrate Japan’s surrender, 22 Aug 1945.Imperial Japanese Navy Captain Masanori Shiga (saluting) boarding USS Levy for the surrender signing at Mili Atoll, 22 Aug 1945. US Navy area commander Captain HB Grow stands behind Shiga.
Wang Yaowu, Lu Han, Zhang Fakui, He Yingqin, Tang Enbo, Du Yuming, Xiao Yisu, and an unidentified high ranking US Army officer after the surrender ceremony in Zhijiang, Hunan Province, China, 21 Aug 1945Aboard his flagship, USS Missouri, Adm William Halsey toasts Japan’s surrender with RAdm Robert Carney, Royal Navy Capt JPL Reid, Royal Navy VAdm Sir Bernard Rawlings, VAdm John McCain, and RAdm Wilder Baker, 22 Aug 1945Aboard his flagship, USS Missouri, Admiral William Halsey receives Royal Navy Vice Admiral Sir Bernard Rawlings, Vice Admiral John McCain, and Rear Admiral Wilder Baker to celebrate Japan’s surrender, 22 Aug 1945.Imperial Japanese Navy Captain Masanori Shiga (saluting) boarding USS Levy for the surrender signing at Mili Atoll, 22 Aug 1945. US Navy area commander Captain HB Grow stands behind Shiga.
Surrender signing at Mili Atoll, Marshall Islands, aboard USS Levy, 22 Aug 1945; L to R: LtCdr Hiroshi Tokuna, Mili commander Capt Masanori Shiga, Lt ER Harris, Lt Col GV Burnett, and Majuro Area Commander Capt HB GrowA Japanese harbor pilot being transported aboard USS Missouri in a boatswainA Japanese naval officer with charts of Sagami and Tokyo Bays arrived aboard USS Missouri for a conference with Admiral William HalseyA Japanese officer being transported aboard USS Missouri in a boatswain
Surrender signing at Mili Atoll, Marshall Islands, aboard USS Levy, 22 Aug 1945; L to R: LtCdr Hiroshi Tokuna, Mili commander Capt Masanori Shiga, Lt ER Harris, Lt Col GV Burnett, and Majuro Area Commander Capt HB GrowA Japanese harbor pilot being transported aboard USS Missouri in a boatswain's chair, 27 Aug 1945A Japanese naval officer with charts of Sagami and Tokyo Bays arrived aboard USS Missouri for a conference with Admiral William Halsey's staff, 27 Aug 1945A Japanese officer being transported aboard USS Missouri in a boatswain's chair, 27 Aug 1945
American and Japanese officers reviewed charts of Sagami and Tokyo Bays aboard Missouri, 27 Aug 1945Captain Yoshihiko Wakasaki of Yokosuka Naval Base aboard USS Missouri for conference with William Halsey, 27 Aug 1945Colonel E. H. Tench, Lieutenant General Seizo Arisuyu, and Lieutenant General Seiyichi Asmata at Atsugi Airfield, Japan, 27 Aug 1945Japanese Navy personnel preparing to be transported aboard USS Missouri, 27 Aug 1945; note USS Nicholas in background
American and Japanese officers reviewed charts of Sagami and Tokyo Bays aboard Missouri, 27 Aug 1945Captain Yoshihiko Wakasaki of Yokosuka Naval Base aboard USS Missouri for conference with William Halsey, 27 Aug 1945Colonel E. H. Tench, Lieutenant General Seizo Arisuyu, and Lieutenant General Seiyichi Asmata at Atsugi Airfield, Japan, 27 Aug 1945Japanese Navy personnel preparing to be transported aboard USS Missouri, 27 Aug 1945; note USS Nicholas in background
Japanese photographer T. Iwamoto attaching film of surrender of Yokosuka Navy Base to a pigeon for transport to Domeo News Agency in Tokyo, Japan, Aug 1945US Marines frisking a Japanese officer upon boarding USS Missouri, 27 Aug 1945Japanese surrender envoys led by General Numata Takazo escorted by British officers at Mingaladon airfield, Rangoon for the surrender of the Southern Army in Burma, 28 Aug 1945. They arrived in a Mitsubishi Ki-57 ‘Topsy’Lieutenant Commander Don Thorburn, Lieutenant Commander E. V. Wedell, interpreter S. Toda, Lieutenant Commander John MacInnes, Lieutenant W. V. ballow, and Lieutenant Commander Cliff McDowell at Atsugi Airfield, Japan, 28 Aug 1945
Japanese photographer T. Iwamoto attaching film of surrender of Yokosuka Navy Base to a pigeon for transport to Domeo News Agency in Tokyo, Japan, Aug 1945US Marines frisking a Japanese officer upon boarding USS Missouri, 27 Aug 1945Japanese surrender envoys led by General Numata Takazo escorted by British officers at Mingaladon airfield, Rangoon for the surrender of the Southern Army in Burma, 28 Aug 1945. They arrived in a Mitsubishi Ki-57 ‘Topsy’Lieutenant Commander Don Thorburn, Lieutenant Commander E. V. Wedell, interpreter S. Toda, Lieutenant Commander John MacInnes, Lieutenant W. V. ballow, and Lieutenant Commander Cliff McDowell at Atsugi Airfield, Japan, 28 Aug 1945
Lieutenant Commander John MacInnes, Lieutenant Commander Don Thorburn, Soviet legation member K. Samiloff, Lieutenant W. V. bellow, Commander Anatoliy Rodinov, and Lieutenant Commander E. V. Wedell, Atsugi Airfield, Japan, 28 Aug 1945United States Navy Commander Hiram Cassidy (left) and Japanese Navy Commander Toshio Kusaka (center) on the deck of the Japanese submarine I-400 alongside USS Proteus, Sagami Bay, Japan, 28 Aug 1945.Allied prisoners of war at Aomori camp near Yokohama cheered as US Navy and other Allied personnel arrived to rescue them, 29 Aug 1945Recently liberated American prisoners of war at Aomori camp near Yokohama, Japan, circa 29 Aug 1945
Lieutenant Commander John MacInnes, Lieutenant Commander Don Thorburn, Soviet legation member K. Samiloff, Lieutenant W. V. bellow, Commander Anatoliy Rodinov, and Lieutenant Commander E. V. Wedell, Atsugi Airfield, Japan, 28 Aug 1945United States Navy Commander Hiram Cassidy (left) and Japanese Navy Commander Toshio Kusaka (center) on the deck of the Japanese submarine I-400 alongside USS Proteus, Sagami Bay, Japan, 28 Aug 1945.Allied prisoners of war at Aomori camp near Yokohama cheered as US Navy and other Allied personnel arrived to rescue them, 29 Aug 1945Recently liberated American prisoners of war at Aomori camp near Yokohama, Japan, circa 29 Aug 1945

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