British Soldiers Discover Hitler's Bunker (1945). Tanks fill the streets of Berlin, flattened and destroyed buildings can be seen everywhere across the city. The ruins of the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate and the Chancellory can all be seen. Hitler's air raid shelter is seen, the spot where...read more

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The sheer numbers of German soldiers and civilians surrendering to the Americans to avoid capture by the Soviets were staggering. Before VE Day, the 2nd Infantry Division captured over 23,000 German soldiers; after VE-Day, they accepted the surrender of some 52,000 soldiers. By nightfall on 9...read more

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Watch the mesmerizing color footage of a bombed and burned out Berlin—taken in July 1945—roughly two months after German forces surrendered. The video comes from Chronos Media and shows Germans trying to clean-up the charred remains of the city.

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Today, Canada is fondly remembered by the Dutch for ending their oppression under the Nazis. V-E Day marked with 70th anniversary of the Liberation of the Netherlands. The Liberation of the Netherlands, from the fall of 1944 to the spring of 1945, was one of Canada’s most recognized...read more

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Contents.- Germany surrenders unconditionally. Radio script of the ceremonies opening the exhibit of the surrender documents. Facsimiles of the documents. Instrument of surrender of all German forces in Holland, north-west Germany,and Denmark, signed at Luneburg on May 4, 1945. Reichspresident...read more

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