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Keitel signs the German Unconditional Surrender Act, Berlin, Germany, 1945

The Act of Surrender is a legal document that established a truce on the fronts of the Second World War directed against Germany, obliging the German armed forces to cease hostilities and disarm without the destruction or damage of military equipment, which actually meant Germany's withdrawal from the war.

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