This flag above was given to my grandfather on the USS Missouri on September 2, 1945 during the Peace Treaty Signing of World War II.
Surrender Ceremony Schedule of Arrivals
Surrender Document Signing September 2, 1945
Raising Admiral Halsey's Flag This picture came out of my grandfather's WWII photo album from when he was one of the flagmen on the USS Missouri during the Japanese Surrender September 2, 1945. The photo is black and white. The flag being raised is Admiral Halsey's 4 Star Admiral Flag. I also own Admiral
The above picture was given to my grandfather who served on board the USS Missouri during the Japanese Surrender Ceremony on September 2, 1945. Robert Bostwick Carney was Admiral in the United States Navy. Admiral Carney served as commander-in-chief of the Nato forces in Southern Europe from 1951-1953. This picture is was taken when
This document is a memorandum from the USS Missouri during the Japanese Surrender 23 May 1945 and states: United States Pacific Fleet Third Fleet 23 May 1945 STAFF MEMORANDUM: Subject: Staff and Flag Allowance Damage Control and Fire Bill 1. In the event of damage or fire occuring in the vicinity of Staff
Procedure of Assembling on Veranda Deck for Actual Ceremony The following document details how the Japanese Surrender Ceremony was scheduled. 8:30 Officers in groups A, B, and C other than signatories will take places as set forth in annex able as indicated and thereafter in order of seniority as practicable. 8:45 (Same as above)
Order of Dignitaries During Peace Treaty Signing This document part of my World War 2 Surrender documents which contains the Order of Dignitaries during the Peace Treaty signing on board the USS Missouri during the Japanese Surrender on September 2, 1945. The following dignitaries attended the Japanese Surrender Ceremonies on board the USS Missouri: 1.)