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Germany surrenders unconditionally : facsimiles of the documents / the National Archives.

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    Germany surrenders unconditionally : facsimiles of the documents / the National Archives.
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    Series
    National Archives publication ; no. 46-4
    National Archives publication (Washington, D.C.) ; no. 46-4.
    Format
    Online resource
    Author/Creator
    National Archives (U.S.)
    Published
    Washington : United States Government Printing Office, 1945
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    Germany surrenders unconditionally
    Radio script of the ceremonies opening the exhibit of the surrender documents
    Facsimiles of the documents : Instrument of surrender of all German forces in Holland, north-west Germany, and Denmark, signed at Liineburg on May 4, 1945 ; Reichspresident Donitz's authorization to Colonel General Jodl to conclude a general surrender ; Instrument of surrender of all German forces, signed at Reims on May 7, 1945 ; Orders relating to the surrender of the German Army and Air Forces ; Orders relating to the surrender of the German Naval Forces ; Agreement to execute a formal ratification of the unconditional surrender, signed by Jodl at Reims ; Reichspresident Donitz's authorization to German representatives to execute ratification ; Instrument of surrender signed at Berlin on May 8, 1945 ; Instrument of surrender signed at Berlin (in Russian) ; Instrument of surrender signed at Berlin (in German) ; President Truman's VE-day proclamation.
    Other Authors/Editors
    National Archives (U.S.)
    Notes
    Germany surrenders unconditionally -- Radio script of the ceremonies opening the exhibit of the surrender documents -- Facsimiles of the documents : Instrument of surrender of all German forces in Holland, north-west Germany, and Denmark, signed at Liineburg on May 4, 1945 ; Reichspresident Donitz's authorization to Colonel General Jodl to conclude a general surrender ; Instrument of surrender of all German forces, signed at Reims on May 7, 1945 ; Orders relating to the surrender of the German Army and Air Forces ; Orders relating to the surrender of the German Naval Forces ; Agreement to execute a formal ratification of the unconditional surrender, signed by Jodl at Reims ; Reichspresident Donitz's authorization to German representatives to execute ratification ; Instrument of surrender signed at Berlin on May 8, 1945 ; Instrument of surrender signed at Berlin (in Russian) ; Instrument of surrender signed at Berlin (in German) ; President Truman's VE-day proclamation.
    Some documents in German and Russian.

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    Physical Description
    1 online resource (2 preliminary leaves, 41 pages) : plates, 11 facsimiles

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