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Eisenhower and Tedder addressed the world over radio and motion picture shortly after the signing of the German surrender documents, Rheims, France, 7 May 1945Generals 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 used
Eisenhower and Tedder addressed the world over radio and motion picture shortly after the signing of the German surrender documents, Rheims, France, 7 May 1945Generals 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 used
Generals 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 used
Generals 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 used
German instrument of surrender, page 1 of 2German instrument of surrender, page 2 of 2; note signatures of Jodl, Smith, Sousloparov, and Sevez
German instrument of surrender, page 1 of 2German instrument of surrender, page 2 of 2; note signatures of Jodl, Smith, Sousloparov, and Sevez
Jodl signing surrender documents at EisenhowerJodl signing surrender documents at Eisenhower
Jodl 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
Jodl signing surrender documents at EisenhowerJodl signing surrender documents at Eisenhower
Jodl signing surrender documents at Eisenhower's headquarters, flanked by Major Wilhelm Oxenius and Admiral Hans-Georg von Friedeburg, Reims, France, 7 May 1945, photo 3 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 4 of 4
LtGen Bedell Smith signing the documents of Germany’s surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. British Adm Harold Burrough is on the left. Soviet Gen Ivan Susloparov is on the extreme right.Officers gather around a table at Eisenhower’s headquarters to sign the instruments of the German surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. Photo 1 of 2
LtGen Bedell Smith signing the documents of Germany’s surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. British Adm Harold Burrough is on the left. Soviet Gen Ivan Susloparov is on the extreme right.Officers gather around a table at Eisenhower’s headquarters to sign the instruments of the German surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. Photo 1 of 2
Officers gather around a table at Eisenhower’s headquarters to sign the instruments of the German surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. Photo 2 of 2Soviet General Ivan Susloparov signing the documents of Germany
Officers gather around a table at Eisenhower’s headquarters to sign the instruments of the German surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. Photo 2 of 2Soviet General Ivan Susloparov signing the documents of Germany's surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945
Soviet General Ivan Susloparov signing the documents of GermanySoviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, left, greeting British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, right, during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.
Soviet General Ivan Susloparov signing the documents of Germany's surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945. His aide is on the left and USAAF LtGen Carl Spaatz on the right.Soviet General Konstantin Rokossovsky, left, greeting British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, right, during a visit to Rokossovsky’s headquarters in Wismar, Germany, 7 May 1945.
Supreme Commander Dwight Eisenhower and Deputy Supreme Commander Arthur Tedder making the formal announcement that Germany had signed the surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945.The schoolhouse in Reims, France used by Eisenhower as the Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Forces (SHAEF). This is also where the first German surrender was signed on 7 May 1945.
Supreme Commander Dwight Eisenhower and Deputy Supreme Commander Arthur Tedder making the formal announcement that Germany had signed the surrender, Reims, France, 7 May 1945.The schoolhouse in Reims, France used by Eisenhower as the Supreme Headquarters of the Allied Expeditionary Forces (SHAEF). This is also where the first German surrender was signed on 7 May 1945.
Churchill waving to crowds at Whitehall, London, England, United Kingdom on the day he announced the war with Germany had been won, 8 May 1945Female members of the German military in a prisoner of war camp for women at Regensburg, Germany, 8 May 1945
Churchill waving to crowds at Whitehall, London, England, United Kingdom on the day he announced the war with Germany had been won, 8 May 1945Female members of the German military in a prisoner of war camp for women at Regensburg, Germany, 8 May 1945

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