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A jubilant American airman hugging an English woman at Piccadilly Circus, London, England, United Kingdom, celebrating GermanyA patrol of 324th Infantry Regiment of US 44th Infantry Division meeting men of US 10th Mountain Division at the Reissa Pass on the Italo-Austrian border, 7 May 1945After Germany’s surrender papers were signed at Reims, France 7 May 1945, Soviet General Ivan Susloparov and his aide met with Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower.British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery salutes Russian cavalry passing in review during a visit to the headquarters of Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.
A jubilant American airman hugging an English woman at Piccadilly Circus, London, England, United Kingdom, celebrating Germany's unconditional surrender, 7 May 1945A patrol of 324th Infantry Regiment of US 44th Infantry Division meeting men of US 10th Mountain Division at the Reissa Pass on the Italo-Austrian border, 7 May 1945After Germany’s surrender papers were signed at Reims, France 7 May 1945, Soviet General Ivan Susloparov and his aide met with Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower.British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery salutes Russian cavalry passing in review during a visit to the headquarters of Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.
British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery stands to propose a toast during a dinner at the headquarters of Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, left, and Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, right, during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, right, and Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, center, talk through their translators during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.Capsized Admiral Scheer, Kiel, 7 May 1945
British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery stands to propose a toast during a dinner at the headquarters of Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, left, and Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, right, during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, right, and Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, center, talk through their translators during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.Capsized Admiral Scheer, Kiel, 7 May 1945
Chief Air Marshall Sir Arthur Tedder and LtGen Carl Spaatz in the office of Marshall Georgy Zhukov before the German surrender was signed at Zhukov’s Headquarters at Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 7 May 1945Chinese Army junior officer celebrating with British soldiers, London, England, United Kingdom, 7 May 1945ColGen Alfred Jodl approaching the table with the documents of surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. His aide, Maj Wilhelm Oxenius, is on the left and Kriegsmarine Admiral Hans-Georg Von Friedeburg is on the rightEisenhower and Tedder addressed the world over radio and motion picture shortly after the signing of the German surrender documents, Rheims, France, 7 May 1945
Chief Air Marshall Sir Arthur Tedder and LtGen Carl Spaatz in the office of Marshall Georgy Zhukov before the German surrender was signed at Zhukov’s Headquarters at Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 7 May 1945Chinese Army junior officer celebrating with British soldiers, London, England, United Kingdom, 7 May 1945ColGen Alfred Jodl approaching the table with the documents of surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. His aide, Maj Wilhelm Oxenius, is on the left and Kriegsmarine Admiral Hans-Georg Von Friedeburg is on the rightEisenhower and Tedder addressed the world over radio and motion picture shortly after the signing of the German surrender documents, Rheims, France, 7 May 1945
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 SevezHe 111 aircraft on the beach of La Concha, San Sebastián, Spain, 7 May 1945; this aircraft had brought Léon Degrelle from NorwayJodl 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 SevezHe 111 aircraft on the beach of La Concha, San Sebastián, Spain, 7 May 1945; this aircraft had brought Léon Degrelle from NorwayJodl 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 4

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