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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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ARTICLE 7
The German authorities concerned will furnish to
the Allied representatives:
(A) Full information regarding the forces referred
to in Article 2 (A), and, in particular, will furnish
forthwith all information which the Allied representa-
tives may require concerning the numbers, locations
and dispositions of such forces, whether located
inside or outside Germany;
(B) Complete and detailed information concern-
ing mines, minefields and other obstacles to move-
ment by land, sea or air, and the safety lanes in
connection therewith. All such safety lanes will be
kept open and clearly marked; all mines, minefields
and other dangerous obstacles will as far as possible
be rendered safe, and all aids to navigation will be
reinstated. Unarmed German military and civilian
personnel with the necessary equipment will be made
available and utilized for the above purpose and for
the removal of mines, minefields and other obstacles
as directed by the Allied representatives.
ARTICLE 8
There shall be no destruction, removal, conceal-
ment, transfer or scuttling of, or damage to, any
military, naval, air, shipping, port, industrial and
other like property and facilities and all records and
archives, wherever they may be situated, except as
may be directed by the Allied representatives.
ARTICLE 9
Pending the institution of control by the Allied
representatives over all means of communication, all
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