German Army officers meet Allied military officers to sign surrender document in Haar, Germany during World War II.
Haar Germany Date:1945, May 5 Duration:1 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German General Hermann Foertsch, Commander of German 1st Army, and members of his surrender delegation, examine and markup maps delineating the areas and forces that they will be surrendering to the Allies. The allied contingent, prepared to receive the German surrender details, are seated at a conference table in the Thorak estate, Haar, Germany. Leading the Allied representatives is U.S. General Jacob Loucks Devers. Other American generals seen include, Lt General Alexander M. Patch, and Lieutenant General Wade Haislip.
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