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Victory Marshal, 1945. Portrait of great military leader and four-time Hero of the Soviet Union award winner Marshal Georgii Zhukov. Zhukov signs the Potsdam Declaration. WW2, Potsdam, Germany.

On Aug. 14, 1945, President Harry Truman announced the unconditional surrender of Japan to the Allies according to the Potsdam Declaration, signaling the end to World War II.

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On July 26, 1945, the Allies delivered the Potsdam Declaration to the leaders of Japan, which they rejected. Six days after the bombing of Nagasaki, they accepted the exact same terms. I wish they hadn't waited ...

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1945 – The Potsdam Declaration is signed in Potsdam, Germany. | ... the potsdam declaration was issued in germany by the united

The Soviet Union declares itself to be at war with Japan as of midnight (August 9th), citing the Japanese failure to respond to the Potsdam Declaration. Commissar Molotov says that the USSR has declared war because Japan is the only great power preventing peace. He indicates that it was in the interests of shortening the war and bring peace to the world that the Soviet Union has agreed to the Allied request made at Potsdam to join the war.

"A vivid first-hand account of the nuclear destruction of Nagasaki.... The testament of one of the most remarkable men in post-war Japan." Bloomsbury Review. - Enough said.

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1945 – The Potsdam Declaration is signed in Potsdam, Germany. | Potsdam Declaration Document