I don't think there's an easy answer to this question. As I understand it, surrender charges vary widely among insurance companies and might even change over the life of the policy. You'll need to read the fine print of your policy and/or speak to your agent.
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because Hitler killed himself as he was losing to the allies
They were losing the war.
Whatever sort of policy this is, whether you can surrender it without loss is going to depend on the contract you signed when you took out the policy. You need to read through whatever documents you got when you took out the policy.
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The point was to bring the war to a quick end and to get the Japanese to surrender without losing a large number of American soldiers.
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Their (french) regret eas when columbas surrender to the indians
Ended WW2. Japanese were clearly losing, but due to their culture and tradition they refused to surrender. The US in dropping the A-bomb debatably saved more lives then they killed, as without it the war in Asia would have continued.
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they knew they were losing the war so they maximised the damage before their surrender
No food,soldiers,or guns also he has been losing too many battles
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GETTYSBURG No. He escaped with his army after losing at Gettysburg. The place where he surrendered (to U.S.Grant) was Appomattox Court House, near Richmond.
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They were losing air superiority and they thought they were going to lose. They could have won if they did not surrender. The Japanese were running low on supplies, especially ammunition. They were actually worried whether they were going to win. But, if the British did not surrender, Singapore would most likely now, be still a British colony. :) Hope this answered your question.
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