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Surrender of Italy, Germany and Japan, World War II
(1946)

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


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in the service of the Allies, will remain on the ground,
on the water or aboard ships pending further instruc-
tions.
(B) All German or German-controlled aircraft in or
over territories or waters not occupied or controlled
by Germany will proceed to Germany or to such
other place or places as may be specified by the
Allied representatives.
ARTICLE 4
(A) All German or German-controlled naval ves-
sels, surface and submarine, auxiliary naval craft,
and merchant and other shipping, wherever such
vessels may be at the time of this declaration, and
all other merchant ships of whatever nationality in
German ports, will remain in or proceed immediately
to ports and bases as specified by the Allied repre-
sentatives. The crews of such vessels will remain on
board pending further instructions.
(B) All ships and vessels of the United Nations,
whether or not title has been transferred as the result
of prize court or other proceedings, which are at the
disposal of Germany or under German control at the
time of this declaration, will proceed at the dates
and to the ports or bases specified by the Allied repre-
sentatives.
ARTICLE 5
(A) All or any of the following articles in the
possession of the German armed forces or under
German control or at German disposal will be held
intact and in good condition at the disposal of the
Allied representatives, for such purposes and at such
times and places as they may prescribe:
I. All arms, ammunition, explosives, military
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