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US President Harry S Truman announces surrender. August 14, 1945. Movie

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US Army General Douglas MacArthur arrives at Atsugi Airfield in Japan August 30, 1945. Movie

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Japan surrenders aboard the USS Missouri. September 2, 1945. Movie

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North and South Korea Split Over Celebrating 1945 Japan Surrender
South and North Korea were similarly enraged by the Japanese prime minister's visit to a shrine honoring Japan's war dead, but they revealed their continuing differences Tuesday in discord over the North's plans for a joint celebration of the anniversary

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