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United States Navy Third Fleet outside Tokyo Bay, Japan, Aug 1945 soon after the Japanese surrender. Visible are at least five fleet carriers, three light carriers, three battleships, and numerous escorts.Soldiers at the Rainbow Corner Red Cross Club in Paris, France displayed their copies of Paris Post special edition announcing Japanese surrender, 10 Aug 1945Admiral William Halsey aboard his flagship USS Missouri upon hearing the news that Japan offered to surrender, 11 Aug 1945.Emperor Showa (Hirohito) recording the surrender speech, Tokyo, Japan, 14 Aug 1945
United States Navy Third Fleet outside Tokyo Bay, Japan, Aug 1945 soon after the Japanese surrender. Visible are at least five fleet carriers, three light carriers, three battleships, and numerous escorts.Soldiers at the Rainbow Corner Red Cross Club in Paris, France displayed their copies of Paris Post special edition announcing Japanese surrender, 10 Aug 1945Admiral William Halsey aboard his flagship USS Missouri upon hearing the news that Japan offered to surrender, 11 Aug 1945.Emperor Showa (Hirohito) recording the surrender speech, Tokyo, Japan, 14 Aug 1945
Harry Truman announcing JapanJapanese top level meeting before Emperor Showa, 14 Aug 1945; the Japanese surrender was decided as an outcome of this meetingThe famous kiss at Times Square, New York, New York, United States, 14 Aug 1945US Navy African-American enlisted sailors aboard USS Ticonderoga celebrating upon hearing the news of Japanese surrender, 14 Aug 1945
Harry Truman announcing Japan's surrender at the White House, Washington, DC, United States, 14 Aug 1945Japanese top level meeting before Emperor Showa, 14 Aug 1945; the Japanese surrender was decided as an outcome of this meetingThe famous kiss at Times Square, New York, New York, United States, 14 Aug 1945US Navy African-American enlisted sailors aboard USS Ticonderoga celebrating upon hearing the news of Japanese surrender, 14 Aug 1945
After the announcement of the Japanese surrender, crewmen broke into a spontaneous celebration on the flight deck of the training aircraft carrier USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States, Aug 15 1945.American servicemen and women gathered in front of Battle Flag (larger flag) hoisted on the aircraft carrier Ticonderoga on orders issued throughout the fleet from Third Fleet Commander William Halsey in response to news that Japan had surrendered, 15 Aug 1945Carl Gurtcheff, Vic Colucci, Arthur Ryding, Clifford Martin, William Reigger, James Badgett, J. F. Whitely, Dan Brown, Clayton Aylor, and Denny O
After the announcement of the Japanese surrender, crewmen broke into a spontaneous celebration on the flight deck of the training aircraft carrier USS Sable on Lake Michigan, United States, Aug 15 1945.American servicemen and women gathered in front of 'Rainbow Corner' Red Cross club in Paris, France to celebrate the unconditional surrender of the Japanese, 15 Aug 1945Battle Flag (larger flag) hoisted on the aircraft carrier Ticonderoga on orders issued throughout the fleet from Third Fleet Commander William Halsey in response to news that Japan had surrendered, 15 Aug 1945Carl Gurtcheff, Vic Colucci, Arthur Ryding, Clifford Martin, William Reigger, James Badgett, J. F. Whitely, Dan Brown, Clayton Aylor, and Denny O'Neill celebrating victory at CINCPAC headquarters in Guam, 15 Aug 1945
Commander A. M. Loker celebrating victory with cake aboard USS Oahu while at Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, 15 Aug 1945Crew of USS Oahu at prayer upon hearing the news of Japanese surrender, Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands, 15 Aug 1945Crew of USS Oahu celebrating the news of Japanese surrender, Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands, 15 Aug 1945Crowd in Chongqing, China celebrating the victory over Japan, 15 Aug 1945
Commander A. M. Loker celebrating victory with cake aboard USS Oahu while at Eniwetok, Marshall Islands, 15 Aug 1945Crew of USS Oahu at prayer upon hearing the news of Japanese surrender, Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands, 15 Aug 1945Crew of USS Oahu celebrating the news of Japanese surrender, Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands, 15 Aug 1945Crowd in Chongqing, China celebrating the victory over Japan, 15 Aug 1945
Crowd in Shanghai, China celebrating the victory over Japan, 15 Aug 1945Japanese civilians listening to Emperor ShowaJapanese civilians listening to the Imperial Rescript of Surrender, 15 Aug 1945Japanese civilians outside the Imperial Palace near the Nijubashi bridges, Tokyo, Japan, 15 Aug 1945, photo 1 of 2
Crowd in Shanghai, China celebrating the victory over Japan, 15 Aug 1945Japanese civilians listening to Emperor Showa's surrender address outside the Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, 15 Aug 1945Japanese civilians listening to the Imperial Rescript of Surrender, 15 Aug 1945Japanese civilians outside the Imperial Palace near the Nijubashi bridges, Tokyo, Japan, 15 Aug 1945, photo 1 of 2

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