Russia says surrender complete, May 9 1945

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Russia says surrender complete, May 9 1945 - VOL. 61, NO. 289 COMPLETE ASSOCIATED PRESS,...
VOL. 61, NO. 289 COMPLETE ASSOCIATED PRESS, ASSOCIATED PRESS FEATURES. UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICES ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1945 ACME TELEPHOTOS TWENTY PAGES FIVE CENTS V 1 1 o)r Contrast: London and St. Petersburg on V-E Day l vf If (assise il -;v-:j L 4,nr- ., mi-im - '-- ; 1 ' .-df, X4 I I ss , , 1v!5:rfSi8ivv- . LONDON' STAGES NOISY CELEBRATION: Wildly cheering throng, stretching three-quarters of a mile across Whitehall from the houses of Parliament to Trafalgar square, greets Prime Minister Winston Churchill (arrow) as he makes V-E Day appearance. He sits atop car en route to commons and gives "V" sign. (Radio photo from London, via Acme telephoto.) QUIET V-E DAY HERE: In contrast to wild celebrations elsewhere, President Truman's V-E Day message yesterday morning was received quietly in St. Petersburg. This picture, taken at 10 a.m., shows the heart of the downtown business section all but deserted. Capitulation of Germany deceived Bv Soviet Armray omb-Wrecked ierlitm PARIS (&) Germany bowed today to the most crushing defeat ever inflicted upon a nation, her abject surrender proclaimed to the world by the United States, Britain and Russia. , , The Moscow radio in behalf of Premier Marshal Stalin, whose Red armies broke the armed might of Hitler's reich on the eastern front, announced the unconditional surrender to the Russian Deoole at 1:10 a. m. today, 10 hours and 10 minutes after President Truman and Prime Minister Churchill proclaimed V-E Day. Truman Hails V-E Day; Warns Japs to Quit Churchill Tells Cheering British Of Pacific Task LONDON (U.R) Prime Min isten Winston Churchill, pro-claiminc two days of celebration to mark victory in turope, saia vesterday that Britain and America and their Allies would now "strike with tremendous and undivided power" against Japan "Japan with all her treachery and greed remains unsubdued, he reminded his people in a V-E Dav sneech broadcast to the world at 9 a.m. The announcement said the final articles of capitulation were signed yesterday in Berlin, the ruined capital symoouc oi tne fall of the third reich. Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel, chief of the German high com mand, signed the articles in tne presence of Marshal Gregory K. Zhukov, assistant commander of the Red armies; Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Tedder, deputy supreme commander in the west; Gen. Carl A. Spaatz, cniei oi tne IT o n44-nrti ain nrfod in """r'rT Washington -oj.r)- Presi- rifr'--.: ;m.nH.r dent Truman yesterday solemnly Pu'i:Vr." proclaimed victory in Europe and unflaggingly to bring victory in tha ParMfiP At thp amp timn h f . offered Japan a chance to escape w7 vi,ronP forced to sign in national suicide by surrendering luJiICf.l: fire? ni v unconditionally before it is too HIV " f . . r lata j ,r":-u u. Going on the air at 9 a.m., .Wof military strength. w.nue. .r.rime olintt. ..W1 ? b- - -., . - . .. it nnrrni i wan nrnnaiminp inn 5?.rrffi long-awaited day in London, the

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