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75th Anniversary of the unconditional surrender of Nazi Germany


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Today 75 years ago, exactly at 23.01, the capitulation of Nazi Germany came into force. This document was also called "German Instrument of Surrender". A bloody war since 1939 came finally to an end.

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German version of the unconditional surrender. 
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Russian version of the unconditional surrender. 

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English version of the unconditional surrender. 

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