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V-E Day

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V-E Day - * * * * * * * * * * QUITS/ LONDON, May...
* * * * * * * * * * QUITS/ LONDON, May 7-(AP)-The greatest war in history ended today with the unconditional surrender of Germany. The surrender of the Reich to the western Allies and Russia was made at Gen. Eisenhower's headquarters at Reims, France, by chief-of-staff for the German army. . 4 . . , ,, , - L ' . , . . _ · · · . * i *· f This was announced officially after German broadcasts told the German people that Grand Admiral Karl Doemtz had ordered all fighting forces, and called off the U-boat war. *,, . . . T . j REIMS, France, May 7-(AP)-Germany surrendered unconditionally to the western Allies and Russia at 2:41 a. m., French time took place at a little red school house which is the headquarters of Gen. Eisenhower. The surrender which brought the war in after five years, eight months and six days of bloodshed and destruction was signed for Germany by Col. Gen. G ustav Jodl. Jodl is the new chief-of-staff of the German army. It was signed for the Supreme Allied Command by Lieutenant General chief-of-staff for General Eisenhower. It was also signed by General Ivan Susloparoff for Russia and by General Francois Sevez for

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