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A Japanese naval officer surrenders his sword to a British Lieutenant in Saigon on 13th September, 1945

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A Japanese naval officer surrenders his sword to a senior British officer, Saigon, 13 September

Aug. 14, 1945, President Harry S. Truman announces that Japan unconditionally surrendered to end World War II . Here's the ceremony of V-J Day on the USS Missouri

File:Japanese surrender signatories arrive aboard the USS MISSOURI in Tokyo Bay to participate in surrender ceremonies

MONUMENTS MEN: Monuments Officer, Walker Hancock, left, removing an ancient religious sculpture from the ruins of La Gleize Church, Belgium, after the Battle of the Bulge. http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/viewer/interior-la-gleize-church-belgium-after-battle-bulge-15132 for interior view

LA GLEIZE, BELGIUM - FEB Monuments Man Walker Hancock (front left, in U. Army helmet) assisted residents of the town of La Gleize with the relocation of the Madonna of La Gleize to a more secure site.

Japan Surrenders, Missouri, Ww2

Japanese Surrender in Sai Gon 1945 - Lrull Collection

Japanese Surrender in Sai Gon 1945 - Lrull Collection

Japanese nurses and soldiers who have surrendered to the Americans just before the Japanese capitulation in 1945.

Japanese nurses and soldiers who have surrendered to the Americans just before the Japanese capitulation in World War II. (Photo by Dave Davis/Fox Photos/Getty Images). May 1945

American officer accepting sword of Japanese officer during the surrender of a naval base to American forces following the capitulation of Japan. Location:	Onomichi, Honshu, Japan Date taken: September 1945 Photographer:	Carl Mydans © Time Inc.

American officer accepting sword of Japanese officer during the surrender of a naval base to American forces following the capitulation of Japan. Location: Onomichi, Honshu, Japan Date taken: September 1945 Photographer: Carl Mydans © Time Inc.

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US and Soviet sailors in Alaska celebrate VJ (Victory over Japan) day, September 1945

A beaming General de Gaulle marches down the Champs-Elysses. Top aide Alexandre Parodi is on his left.

General de Gaulle accompanied by Georges Bidault and Alexandre Parodi on the Champs Elysées in August 1944 right in shirt Georges dukson a soldier of Gabonese origin

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Viet Minh soldiers during a victory parade through Hanoi.

127-GW-1548-134376: Japanese Surrender, August-September 1945. Uraga Village Harbor, September 2, 1945. Allied patrol boats returning after investigating boats in the harbor. U.S. Marine Corps Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

Japanese Surrender, August-September Uraga Village Harbor, September Allied patrol boats returning after investigating boats in the harbor. Marine Corps Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.

The Invasion of the Marianas Islands, June - August 1944: American soldiers lower the coffin containing the body of Lieutenant General Saito Yoghitsugu into a makeshift grave on Saipan. General Saito, together with Vice Admiral Nagumo Chuichi, had committed suicide to avoid capture.

NYP The Invasion of the Marianas Islands June - August American soldiers lower the coffin containing the body of Lieutenant General Saito Yoghitsugu into a makeshift grave on Saipan

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Male internees lost an average of 53 pounds during the 37 months of their internment at Santo Tomas Internment Camp, Philippines

Japanese personnel stand in formation, during the surrender of the Yokosuka Naval base to U.S. Navy and Marine Corps forces, 30 August 1945. Photographed by Lieutenant Dewey Wrigley. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the U.S. National Archives.

Japanese personnel stand in formation during the surrender of the Yokosuka Naval base to U. Navy and Marine Corps forces, 30 August Photographed by Lieutenant Dewey Wrigley. Navy Photograph, now in the U.

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Japan surrenders, ending World War II On USS Mo known as mighty moe now docked in Hawaii. Japan, walk of shame repeatedly

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