art-and-cultureUpdated: Jun 03, 2020 13:18 ISTHistorically significant documents related to the second World War, including “the document that forced the surrender of Nazi Germany”, will go under the hammer at a live auction next week.
Jodl presented this letter when he came to negotiate Germany’s final surrender at Allied headquarters.
The live auction titled “No Surrender to Coronavirus” by United States-based auctioneers Alexander Historical Auctions, known internationally for their military sales, will sell some of the most important surrender documents of World War II on June 9.
The entire proceeds of its sale will be donated to the World Health Organization, Doctors Without Borders, Direct Relief, and N.H.S.
“75 years ago this month, the world finally conquered Hitler, an evil against whom we pledged ‘no surrender’.