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

Part I. Surrender of Italy,   pp. [1]-[36]


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11. The Commander-in-Chief of the Allied Forces
will have a full right to impose measures of disarma-
ment, demobilization and demilitarization.
12. Other conditions of a political, economic and
financial nature with which Italy will be bound to
comply will be transmitted at later date.
The conditions of the present Armistice will not
be made public without prior approval of the Allied
Commander-in-Chief. The English will be consid-
ered the official text.
Marshal PIETRO BADOGLIO          DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER
Head of the Italian Government   General, U. S. Army
Commander in Chief Ali'ed Forces.
By: G IUSEPPE CASTELLANO         By: WALTER B. SMITH
Brigadier General, attached to The  Major General, U. S. Army
Italian High Command           Chief of Staff.
Present: Rt. Hon. HAROLD MACMILLAN
British Resident Minister, AFHQ
ROBERT MURPHY
Personal Representative of the President of the United States
ROYER DIcK
Commodore, R. N.
Chief of Staff to the C. in C. Med.
LOWELL W. ROOKS
Major General, U. S. Army
Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, AFHQ
FRANco MONTANARI
Official Italian Interpreter
Brigadier KENNETH STRONG
Assistant Chief of Staff, G--2, 4FHQ


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