Japanese Lieutenant General Numata and British Lieutenant General Sir Frederick Browning signs the surrender treaty in Rangoon.
Rangoon Burma Date:1945, August 28 Duration:5 min 15 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Signing of the surrender treaty by Japanese General at Burma Government House in Rangoon towards the end of World War II. The British delegation take their places at the conference table in the Government House. British Lieutenant General Sir Frederick Browning, Lord Mountbatten's Chief of Staff, explains surrender terms. The British officers present documents to Japanese Lieutenant General T Numata. General Numata signs the documents, after which General Browning signs.
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