Surrender of Italy, Germany and Japan, World War II
Part II. Surrender of Germany, pp. -
radio and telecommunication installations and other forms of wire or wireless communications, whether ashore or afloat, under German control, will cease transmission except as directed by the Allied repre- sentatives. ARTICLE 10 The forces, nationals, ships, aircraft, military equipment and other property in Germany or in German control or service or at German disposal, of any other country at war with any of the Allies, will be subject to the provisions of this declaration and of any of the proclamations, orders, ordinances or instructions issued thereunder. ARTICLE 11 (A) The principal Nazi leaders as specified by the Allied representatives, and all persons from time to time named or designated by rank, office or employ- ment by the Allied representatives as being sus- pected of having committed, ordered or abetted war crimes or analogous offenses, will be apprehended and surrendered to the Allied representatives. (B) The same will apply in the case of any national of any of the United Nations who is alleged to have committed any offense against his national law, and who may at any time be named or designated by rank, office or employment by the Allied representa- tives. (C) The German authorities and people will com- ply with any instructions given by the Allied repre- sentatives for the apprehension and surrender of such persons.
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