Marshal Keitel signs the ratification of unconditional surrender in Berlin, Germany after World War II.
Berlin Germany Date:1945 Duration:3 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
The ratification of unconditional surrender by Germany being signed in Berlin, Germany after World War II. Allied officers on the streets of Berlin after the end of World War II. Damaged buildings. A damaged hotel in the city. The Brandenburg Gate. Aircraft lined up at an airfield. Officers including United States Army Air Force General Carl Spaatz and Royal Air Force Air Chief Marshal Arthur Tedder discuss with Soviet officers. German Marshall Wilhelm Keitel arrives for signing the ratification of unconditional surrender. German Army school building where the ratification would be signed. Allied flags outside the building. Officers arrive at the building. Soviet Marshall Georgy Zhukov inside the building. Marshall Zhukov at a table. German representatives Marshall Keitel arrives and takes his place with Commanding Admiral of the Kriegsmarine Hans Georg Von Friedeburg and other officers. Keitel signs the ratification of surrender. Marshal Zhukov also signs for the Allies and shakes hands.
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