Old color photos at the end of World War II: De Gaulle attends the French Liberation Celebration Ceremony

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Old color photos at the end of World War II: De Gaulle attends the French Liberation Celebration Ceremony

2018-10-26 20:25:40 223 ℃
This group of pictures shared today for readers and friends is a colorful old photo from the end of World War II. Through this set of photos, we can review the images that have survived in this history. Photographed during the Nuremberg trial, the German Imperial Marshal Goering sat on the war criminal's seat for trial. Originally, Goering was identified as Hitler's successor, but due to the early demise of Germany, the "crown prince" became a war criminal without gaining power. Photographed during the Nuremberg trial, German war criminals sat in the trial seats, including Goring, Ribbentrop, Keitel, Dunnitz and other World War II periods. Germany's famous military and political leader. Photographed at the end of World War II, docked in the Missouri battleship in Tokyo Bay, Japan signed a surrender book on the warship, surrendered to the Allies, and declared the end of World War II. Photographed at the end of World War II, the then British Prime Minister Churchill was working at 10 Downing Street. Compared with his predecessor, Chamberlain, Churchill was full of irony decisions in response to Germany's provocations and invasions, and did not speak alone with Germany under the threat of Hitler. Photograph taken at the end of World War II, the appearance of Nuremberg on the eve of the end of the war, the entire city was destroyed. The city was once the largest gathering place of the Nazis, and Hitler held several Nazi gatherings in the city during his administration. Photo taken during the Yalta Conference, the group of the Big Three, the conference divided the world after the war by the United States, the United States and the Soviet Union, when President Roosevelt took the photo in the group It can also be seen that the United States was at the end of the Second World War. Photographed after the end of the European War in World War II, Queen Elizabeth met with officers who had been neutral in the Second World War in the Buckingham Palace garden. Photographed at the end of World War II, after the liberation of France, Charles de Gaulle attended the French liberation celebration ceremony, and he entered the venue with the cheers of the French people.