Italian Peace Treaty

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Secretary of State James F. Byrnes signs the peace treaty for the United States as Senators Arthur Vandenberg and Tom Connally look on.

The peace treaty signed between Italy and the allied powers officially ended World War II for those countries. It contained territorial changes, reparations, and military restrictions for Italy. Click here to see the full text of the treaty.

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