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3rd RHA leading parade in Berlin 3rd RHA leading parade in Berlin
3rd RHA leading parade, during the drive past monty in Berlin parade, July 1945. "Only in 5x7"
 
 
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5th RHA in parade, Berlin 5th RHA in parade, Berlin
5th RHA, during the drive past monty in Berlin parade, July 1945. "Only in 5x7"
 
 
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Admiral Nimitz signs Japan's surrender Admiral Nimitz signs Japan's surrender
Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, US Navy signs the Instrument of Surrender as United States Representative, on board USS Missouri for Japan's surrender.
 
 
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Carl Muscarello and Edith Shain Kissing on V-J Day Carl Muscarello and Edith Shain Kissing on V-J Day
New York City celebrating the surrender of Japan. They threw anything and kissed anybody in Times Square. Carl Muscarello and Edith Shain Kissing in the famous, Time Square kiss photo. August 14, 1945.
 
 
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Celebrating V-J Day in Little Italy, NYC Celebrating V-J Day in Little Italy, NYC
Americans of Italian descent in New York City wave flags and toss paper into the air as they celebrate the news of Japan's unconditional surrender to the Allies on August 14, 1945.
 
 
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China-Burma-India campaigns arrive, NYC China-Burma-India campaigns arrive, NYC
Cheering U.S. veterans of the China-Burma-India campaigns arrive in New York Sept. 27, 1945, aboard the Army transport General A. W. Greely. The men and women were members of the Flying Tigers, Merrill's Marauders, and other heroic outfits.
 
 
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Field Marshall Wilhelm Keitel signing surrender Field Marshall Wilhelm Keitel signing surrender
Field Marshall Wilhelm Keitel signing the ratified surrender terms for the German Army at Russian Headquarters in Berlin, Germany, May 7, 1945. Lt. Moore. (Army)
 
 
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General Douglas MacArthur during Japanese surrender General Douglas MacArthur during Japanese surrender
General Douglas MacArthur supreme Allied Commander reading his speech to open the surrender ceremonies, on board USS Missouri. Rare color photo.
 
 
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General MacArthur signs Japan's surrender General MacArthur signs Japan's surrender
Gen. Douglas MacArthur signs as Supreme Allied Commander during formal surrender ceremonies on the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay. Behind Gen. MacArthur are Lt. Gen. Jonathan Wainwright and Lt. Gen. A. E. Percival. September 2, 1945. C. F. Wheeler. (Navy)
 
 
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General Montgomery at victory parade, Berlin General Montgomery at victory parade, Berlin
Honour Guard of 'B' company, 9th DLI, being inspected by General Montgomery victory parade in Berlin, July 1945. "Only in 5x7"
 
 
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Japanese surrender aboard USS Missouri Japanese surrender aboard USS Missouri
 Japanese surrender signatories arrive aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay to participate in surrender ceremonies on September 2, 1945. Japanese representatives on board USS Missouri (BB-63) during the surrender ceremonies, 2 September 1945.   Standing in front are: Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu (wearing top hat) and General Yoshijiro Umezu, Chief of the Army General Staff. Behind them are three representatives each of the Foreign Ministry, the Army and the Navy. They include, in middle row, left to right: Major General Yatsuji Nagai, Army, Katsuo Okazaki, Foreign Ministry, Rear Admiral Tadatoshi Tomioka, Navy, Toshikazu Kase, Foreign Ministry, and Lieutenant General Suichi Miyakazi, Army. In the the back row, left to right (not all are visible): Rear Admiral Ichiro Yokoyama, Navy, Saburo Ota, Foreign Ministry, Captain Katsuo Shiba, Navy, and Colonel Kaziyi Sugita, Army.
 
 
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Japanese surrender signatories aboard USS Missouri Japanese surrender signatories aboard USS Missouri
Japanese surrender signatories arrive aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay to participate in surrender cermonies. September 2, 1945. Japanese representatives on board USS Missouri (BB-63) during the surrender ceremonies, 2 September 1945. Standing in front are: Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu (wearing top hat) and General Yoshijiro Umezu, Chief of the Army General Staff. Behind them are three representatives each of the Foreign Ministry, the Army and the Navy. They include, in middle row, left to right: Major General Yatsuji Nagai, Army; Katsuo Okazaki, Foreign Ministry; Rear Admiral Tadatoshi Tomioka, Navy; Toshikazu Kase, Foreign Ministry, and Lieutenant General Suichi Miyakazi, Army. In the the back row, left to right (not all are visible): Rear Admiral Ichiro Yokoyama, Navy; Saburo Ota, Foreign Ministry; Captain Katsuo Shiba, Navy, and Colonel Kaziyi Sugita, Army.
 
 
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Large crowds of people celebrating V-E Day Large crowds of people celebrating V-E Day
Large crowds of people filling the streets of New York City at Times Square celebrating V-E Day, May 8, 1945
 
 
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Members of the US Navy celebrate V-E Day Members of the US Navy celebrate V-E Day
At 1000 hours on 8 May 1945 aboard HM-LST 538, word was received via radio from Delhi announcing the end of hostilities in Europe. Immediately ship's signal flags were hoisted in display of victory. Kyaukpyu, Ramree Island, Burma.
 
 
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President Truman announces Japan's surrender President Truman announces Japan's surrender
President Truman announces Japan's surrender, at the White House, Washington D.C., August 14, 1945. Abbie Rowe. (National Park Service)
 
 
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Queen Mary arrives in New York Queen Mary arrives in New York
The famous British liner Queen Mary arrives in New York Harbor, June 20, 1945, with thousands of U.S. troops from European battles.
 
 
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Reading the newspaper on V-J Day Reading the newspaper on V-J Day
Reading the newspaper on V-J Day, Victory in Japan.
 
 
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Soldiers & civilians at Piccadilly Circus Soldiers & civilians at Piccadilly Circus
Jubilant American soldier hugs motherly English woman and victory smiles light the faces of happy service men and civilians at Piccadilly Circus, London, celebrating Germany's unconditional surrender. England, May 7, 1945. Pfc. Melvin Weiss. (Army)
 
 
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U.S. Airmen arive at Bradley Field, CT U.S. Airmen arive at Bradley Field, CT
U.S. Airmen look out from their bomber following their arrival at Bradley Field in Windsor Locks, Connecticut on a flight from Europe. In their bomber "Hell Hen," they helped to bomb Germany out of the war. May 22, 1945.
 
 
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US Planes fly over Tokyo Bay, VJ Day US Planes fly over Tokyo Bay, VJ Day
F4U's and F6F's fly in formation during surrender ceremonies over Tokyo Bay, Japan during VJ Day. USS Missouri left foreground, September 2, 1945.
 
 
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USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay "Japanese surrender" USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay "Japanese surrender"
Spectators and photographers pick vantage spots on the deck of the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay, to witness the formal Japanese surrender proceedings. September 2, 1945.
 
 
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USS South Dakota in Tokyo Bay USS South Dakota in Tokyo Bay
Mount Fujiyama, Japan as seen from the USS South Dakota in Tokyo Bay. August 1, 1945.
 
 
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V-E Day celebrations at Parliament Hill V-E Day celebrations at Parliament Hill
V-E Day celebrations at Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Ontario. 8 May 1945.
 
 
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V-E Day celebrations in New York City V-E Day celebrations in New York City
V-E Day celebrations in New York City.
 
 
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V-E Day crowds near Parliament V-E Day crowds near Parliament
V-E Day crowds near Houses of Parliament in London, England. 8 May 1945.
 
 
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V-E Day in New York City V-E Day in New York City
Showing huge crowds of people filling the streets of New York City celebrating V-E Day, May 8, 1945.
 
 
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V-E Day in Times Square, May 8, 1945 V-E Day in Times Square, May 8, 1945
Large crowds of people filling the streets at Times Square in New York City celebrating V-E Day, May 8, 1945. This photo was shot at the corner of 46 St and Broadway looking south.
 
 
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V-E Day in Times Square, NYC V-E Day in Times Square, NYC
Large crowds of people filling the streets at 43 St in Times Square, New York City celebrating V-E Day. May 8, 1945.
 
 
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V-J Day at Rainbow Corner, Red Cross club, Paris V-J Day at Rainbow Corner, Red Cross club, Paris
 Servicemen and women gather in front of Rainbow Corner, Red Cross club in Paris, to celebrate the unconditional surrender of the Japanese. V-J Day, Paris, France,  August 15, 1945.
 
 
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V-J Day at Red Cross Club in Paris V-J Day at Red Cross Club in Paris
GI's at the Rainbow Corner Red Cross Club in Paris, France, whoop it up after buying the special edition of the Paris Post, which carried the banner headline, "JAPS QUIT". V-J Day. August 10, 1945. T3c. G. Lempeotis. (Army)
 
 
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