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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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equipment, stores and supplies and other implements
of war of all kinds and all other war material;
II. All naval vessels of all classes, both surface
and submarine, auxiliary naval craft and all mer-
chant shipping, whether afloat, under repair or con-
struction, built or building;
III. All aircraft of all kinds, aviation and anti-
aircraft equipment and devices;
IV. All transportation and communications facili-
ties and equipment, by land, water or air;
V. All military installations and establishments,
including airfields, seaplane bases, ports and naval
bases, storage depots, permanent and temporary
land and coast fortifications, fortresses and other
fortified areas, together with plans and drawings of
all such fortifications, installations and establish-
ments;
VI. All factories, plants, shops, research institu-
tions, laboratories, testing stations, technical data,
patents, plans, drawings and inventions, designed or
intended to produce or to facilitate the production
or use of the articles, materials, and facilities referred
to in Sub-Paragraphs I, II, III, IV and V above or
otherwise to further the conduct of war.
(B) At the demand of the Allied representatives
the following will be furnished:
I. The labor, services and plant required for the
maintenance or operation of any of the six cate-
gories mentioned in Paragraph (A) above; and
II. Any information or records that may be re-
quired by the Allied representatives in connection
with the same.
(C) At the demand of the Allied representatives
all facilities will be provided for the movement of
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