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Mitscher and Nimitz off Guam, 1945Portrait of US Navy Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, circa 1945, photo 1 of 2Portrait of US Navy Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, circa 1945, photo 2 of 2Portrait of US Navy Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, circa early 1945; note five-star tie clasp, which was a gift to him
Mitscher and Nimitz off Guam, 1945Portrait of US Navy Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, circa 1945, photo 1 of 2Portrait of US Navy Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, circa 1945, photo 2 of 2Portrait of US Navy Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, circa early 1945; note five-star tie clasp, which was a gift to him
Admirals Spruance, Mitscher, Nimitz, and Lee aboard USS Indianapolis, Feb 1945United States Navy Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, 1945American leaders at Okinawa, Japan: Spruance, Nimitz, and Buckner, circa May 1945United States Navy Admirals Halsey, Nimitz, and Sherman aboard a US Navy ship in the western Pacific, 1945. Rear Admiral Forrest Sherman (right) was Nimitz’ Chief of Staff.
Admirals Spruance, Mitscher, Nimitz, and Lee aboard USS Indianapolis, Feb 1945United States Navy Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz, 1945American leaders at Okinawa, Japan: Spruance, Nimitz, and Buckner, circa May 1945United States Navy Admirals Halsey, Nimitz, and Sherman aboard a US Navy ship in the western Pacific, 1945. Rear Admiral Forrest Sherman (right) was Nimitz’ Chief of Staff.
Raymond Spruance, Bruce Fraser, and Chester Nimitz at NimitzOfficial message to all members of the United States Pacific Fleet from Chester Nimitz relaying a message from Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal congratulating them for their victory over the Japanese, 15 Aug 1945.Fleet Admiral Nimitz and Admiral Halsey shaking hands aboard battleship USS South Dakota, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 29 Aug 1945Chester Nimitz, Xu Yongchang, Bruce Fraser, Kuzma Derevyanko, and Thomas Blamey behind Douglas MacArthur aboard USS Missouri during the surrender ceremony, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945.
Raymond Spruance, Bruce Fraser, and Chester Nimitz at Nimitz's headquarters on Guam, Aug 1945Official message to all members of the United States Pacific Fleet from Chester Nimitz relaying a message from Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal congratulating them for their victory over the Japanese, 15 Aug 1945.Fleet Admiral Nimitz and Admiral Halsey shaking hands aboard battleship USS South Dakota, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 29 Aug 1945Chester Nimitz, Xu Yongchang, Bruce Fraser, Kuzma Derevyanko, and Thomas Blamey behind Douglas MacArthur aboard USS Missouri during the surrender ceremony, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945.
MacArthur and Nimitz aboard USS Missouri, 2 Sep 1945. Photo 1 of 3MacArthur and Nimitz aboard USS Missouri, 2 Sep 1945. Photo 2 of 3MacArthur and Nimitz aboard USS Missouri, 2 Sep 1945. Photo 3 of 3MacArthur and Nimitz arrived on USS Missouri for the signing of the instrument of surrender
MacArthur and Nimitz aboard USS Missouri, 2 Sep 1945. Photo 1 of 3MacArthur and Nimitz aboard USS Missouri, 2 Sep 1945. Photo 2 of 3MacArthur and Nimitz aboard USS Missouri, 2 Sep 1945. Photo 3 of 3MacArthur and Nimitz arrived on USS Missouri for the signing of the instrument of surrender
Nimitz signing the instrument of surrender, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2Nimitz signing the instrument of surrender, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2One page from the USS Missouri deck log for 2 Sep 1945 listing many of the dignitaries who came aboard for the surrender ceremony in Tokyo Bay, Japan.Signature page of the Japanese instrument of surrender
Nimitz signing the instrument of surrender, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 1 of 2Nimitz signing the instrument of surrender, Tokyo Bay, Japan, 2 Sep 1945, photo 2 of 2One page from the USS Missouri deck log for 2 Sep 1945 listing many of the dignitaries who came aboard for the surrender ceremony in Tokyo Bay, Japan.Signature page of the Japanese instrument of surrender

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