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Georgi Zhukov signing the German surrender document, Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945, photo 2 of 2Georgy Zhukov reading the act of the German surrender, with Arthur Tedder seated next to him, Berlin, 8 May 1945
Georgi Zhukov signing the German surrender document, Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945, photo 2 of 2Georgy Zhukov reading the act of the German surrender, with Arthur Tedder seated next to him, Berlin, 8 May 1945
German Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel formally surrendering to Soviet Marshal Georgi Zhukov, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945German Generaloberst Hans-J√ľrgen Stumpff, Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel, and Generaladmiral Hans-Georg von Friedeburg at the surrender ceremony at Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945 Photo 1 of 2
German Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel formally surrendering to Soviet Marshal Georgi Zhukov, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945German Generaloberst Hans-J√ľrgen Stumpff, Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel, and Generaladmiral Hans-Georg von Friedeburg at the surrender ceremony at Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945 Photo 1 of 2
German Generaloberst Hans-J√ľrgen Stumpff, Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel, and Generaladmiral Hans-Georg von Friedeburg at the surrender ceremony at Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945. Photo 2 of 2Men of the US Army 77th Infantry Division at Okinawa, Japan listening to radio reports for the German surrender, 8 May 1945
German Generaloberst Hans-J√ľrgen Stumpff, Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel, and Generaladmiral Hans-Georg von Friedeburg at the surrender ceremony at Karlshorst, Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945. Photo 2 of 2Men of the US Army 77th Infantry Division at Okinawa, Japan listening to radio reports for the German surrender, 8 May 1945
The British Royal family and Prime Minister Winston Churchill responding to the cheering crowds on the surrender of Germany, Buckingham Palace balcony, London, England, United Kingdom, May 8, 1945.Victory celebration at the Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge near the Kremlin (background), Moscow, Russia, May 1945
The British Royal family and Prime Minister Winston Churchill responding to the cheering crowds on the surrender of Germany, Buckingham Palace balcony, London, England, United Kingdom, May 8, 1945.Victory celebration at the Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge near the Kremlin (background), Moscow, Russia, May 1945
Wilhelm Keitel signing surrender documents at the Soviet headquarters near Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945African-American troops read President Truman
Wilhelm Keitel signing surrender documents at the Soviet headquarters near Berlin, Germany, 8 May 1945African-American troops read President Truman's Proclamation of Victory in Europe, Burma, 9 May 1945
Red Army soldiers celebrating the victory in Berlin, Germany, May 1945Soviet Army photographer Yevgeny Khaldei in Berlin, Germany, May 1945; note Brandenburg Gate in background
Red Army soldiers celebrating the victory in Berlin, Germany, May 1945Soviet Army photographer Yevgeny Khaldei in Berlin, Germany, May 1945; note Brandenburg Gate in background
Destroyer HMS Malcolm approaching German submarine U-541 after the U-Boat surrendered pursuant to Germany’s surrender terms, 11 May 1945 off Portugal, photographed from a PBY from VPB-63.Prisoner of war camp in Sinzig, Germany, 12 May 1945
Destroyer HMS Malcolm approaching German submarine U-541 after the U-Boat surrendered pursuant to Germany’s surrender terms, 11 May 1945 off Portugal, photographed from a PBY from VPB-63.Prisoner of war camp in Sinzig, Germany, 12 May 1945
German submarine U-858, the first to be boarded by US forces after Germany’s surrender, arriving at the Delaware Capes, Delaware, United States, 14 May 1945. Note Sikorsky HNS-I Helicopter and K-class airship.Soviet Information Bureau newspaper announcing
German submarine U-858, the first to be boarded by US forces after Germany’s surrender, arriving at the Delaware Capes, Delaware, United States, 14 May 1945. Note Sikorsky HNS-I Helicopter and K-class airship.Soviet Information Bureau newspaper announcing 'the acceptance of captured German soldiers is over at all the fronts', 15 May 1945
Dönitz, Jodl, and Speer being arrested by British troops, 23 May 1945Germany’s Minister of Production Albert Speer, Großadmiral (and later President) Karl Dönitz, and Generaloberst Alfred Jodl, speak to British war correspondents the day after their arrest in Flensburg, Germany, 24 May 1945.
Dönitz, Jodl, and Speer being arrested by British troops, 23 May 1945Germany’s Minister of Production Albert Speer, Großadmiral (and later President) Karl Dönitz, and Generaloberst Alfred Jodl, speak to British war correspondents the day after their arrest in Flensburg, Germany, 24 May 1945.
The first US soldiers to return home from France under the ArmyAerial view of a camp for German prisoners of war, Germany, 1945
The first US soldiers to return home from France under the Army's new point system, Le Havre, France, 25 May 1945Aerial view of a camp for German prisoners of war, Germany, 1945

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