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United States congressional serial set: surrender of Italy, Germany and Japan, World War II
(1946)

Part II. Surrender of Germany,   pp. [37]-[68]


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tread, I will try to help you as much as is possible,
should I remain at my post. Should we succeed in
going this way together, this step will be a service to
the nation and to the Reich.
Allied statement on defeat and occupa-
tion terms for Germany
Washington Release. June 5, 1915.1
Statement by the Governments of the United States of
America, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the
United Kingdom and the Provisional Government of
the French Republic on consultation with Govern-
ments of other United Nations.
By the declaration made at Berlin on June 5 the
Governments of the United States, United Kingdom
and Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the
Provisional Government of the French Republic
have assumed supreme authority with respect to
Germany. The Governments of the four powers
hereby announce that it is their intention to consult
with the Governments of other United Nations in
connection with the exercise of this authority.
10 New York Times, June 6, 1945.
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