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'''Unconditional surrender''' is a [[surrender (military)|surrender]] without conditions, in which no guarantees are given to the surrendering party. In modern times unconditional surrenders most often include guarantees provided by [[international law]]. Announcing that only unconditional surrender is acceptable puts psychological pressure on a weaker adversary. Perhaps the most notable unconditional surrender was by the [[Axis powers]] in [[World War II]].
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'''Unconditional surrender''' is a [[surrender (military)|surrender]] without conditions (this is not helpful, if you don't actually know what it is), in which no guarantees are given to the surrendering party. In modern times unconditional surrenders most often include guarantees provided by [[international law]]. Announcing that only unconditional surrender is acceptable puts psychological pressure on a weaker adversary. Perhaps the most notable unconditional surrender was by the [[Axis powers]] in [[World War II]].
   
 
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