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Ok so first of all whY tHe fUcK does this make any sense at all???

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Why did Japan surrender?

General Douglas MacArthur, as Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, accepted the unconditional surrender document signed by the Japanese.

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A dead-serious America holding a traditional bamboo umbrella. Maybe this art was based on his visit to Japan?

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Japanese Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu signs the Japanese Instrument of Surrender, a document signed on the deck of the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay on Sept. 2 1945 in Japan.

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These Photos Show Japan's Incredible Transformation After World War II

These Photos Show Japans Incredible Metamorphosis After World War II. Dancers resting on the rooftop of the SKD Theatre. Asakusa, Tokyo, 1949.

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December 7, 1941: Remember Pearl Harbor.

Sailors and others try to get good viewing spots to witness the surrender of Japan USS Missouri

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USS Missouri, truly a force to be reckoned with. Japan surrendered WW2 on her decks. Those decks hold the largest cannons (16in or 410mm) ever to see action.

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Tony Curtis (né Bernard Schwartz) (1925-2010) Signalman 3rd Class, U.S. Navy Reserves 1942-45 WW II. He served on the submarine tender USS Proteus (AS-19). He was aboard when the Proteus entered Tokyo Bay where, through binoculars from the signal bridge, he witnessed the signing of the Japanese Document of Surrender aboard the USS Missouri.

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