Allied Personnel

Some articles on allied, personnel, allied personnel:

Berlin Wall - Official Crossings and Usage - Who Could Cross
... Allied military personnel and civilian officials of the Allied forces could enter and exit East Berlin without submitting to East German passport controls, purchasing a visa or being required ... official dealings with East German authorities when crossing the border, since Allied policy did not recognize the authority of the GDR to regulate Allied military traffic to and from West Berlin, as well as the ... the Soviet Union, and not the GDR, had authority to regulate Allied personnel in such cases ...
Occupied Japan - Surrender
... Harry Truman appointed General Douglas MacArthur as Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP), to supervise the occupation of Japan ... During the war, the Allied Powers had planned to divide Japan amongst themselves for the purposes of occupation, as was done for the occupation of Germany ... outlying possessions were divided between the Allied Powers as follows Soviet Union North Korea (not a full occupation), Sakhalin, and the Kuril Islands United ...
Surrender Of Japan - Surrender - Beginning of Occupation and The Surrender Ceremony
... Allied civilians and servicemen alike rejoiced at the news of the end of the war ... August 14 and 15 are celebrated as Victory over Japan Day in many Allied countries ... Japanese officials left for Manila on August 19 to meet Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers Douglas MacArthur, and to be briefed on his plans for the occupation ...

Famous quotes containing the words personnel and/or allied:

    This woman is headstrong, obstinate and dangerously self- opinionated.
    —Report by Personnel Officer at I.C.I., rejecting Mrs. Thatcher for a job in 1948.

    It is certain, in any case, that ignorance, allied with power, is the most ferocious enemy justice can have.
    James Baldwin (1924–1987)