German Army officers arrive at Allied military headquarters to sign surrender document in Haar, Germany during World War II.
Haar Germany Date:1945, May 6 Duration:1 min 5 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German Army officers meet with Allied officers including American General Jacob Loucks Devers and General Alexander M. Patch to sign surrender document, at the Thorak estate, in Haar, Germany, during World War II. Lieutenant General Hermann Foertsch, Commanding General of First German Army, heads the German delegation. He enters the conference room followed by other officers. He is shown to the head of the table opposite U.S. General Devers. Each of the German officers accompanying him stands individually to introduce themselves. The German officers sign the surrender documents one after the other. The document of surrender is kept on the table after signing by German officers. Allied officers sign the document.
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