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Q: Who said No terms except immediate and unconditional surrender''?
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Who said No terms except unconditional and immediate surrender can be accepted?

Ulysses S. Grant


What were the terms of surrender the allies would except from axis powers?

unconditional surrender and not to negotiate terms


What were terms of surrender the Allies would accept from Axis Powers?

Early in 1943 the Allies resolved to accept only unconditional surrender and not to negotiate terms. Unconditional surrender means what it says: a country surrenders and allows the victors to do as they please.


What was Ulysses S. Grants nickname?

His classmates at West point called him Sam and the name stuck. He would also become known as "Unconditional Surrender" Grant after the fall of Fort Donelson in February 1862. When the Confederate General Simon Bolivar Buckner asked for terms of surrender, Grant replied, "No terms except unconditional and immediate surrender... I propose to move immediately upon your works." Buckner surrendered the fort without further delay.


What were the American terms for surrender in Japan?

Unconditional.


What terms did the allies offer the axis by declaring the they would accept unconditional surrender?

axis countries must give up completely


When was the battle of fort Henry and fort donelson?

Fort Henry fell on February 6, 1862. Fort Donelson fell February 16, 1862. It was at Fort Henry that Ulysses Grant received the name "Unconditional Surrender". The commander of Donelson, General Simon Bolivar Buckner requested terms of surrender. Grant replied: " No terms except unconditional and immediate surrender can be accepted. I propose to move immediately upon your works." Buckner would reply in part; "to accept the ungenerous and unchivalrous terms which you propose." Source: Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant.


What were terms of robert E leesurrerder at appomattox courthouse?

Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox was unconditional, and soldiers except for partisan raiders were given amnesty.


What were the terms of the peace treaty with US and Japan?

In 1945, unconditional surrender meant no negotiated terms.


Was it wise to demand an unconditional surrender of Japan and Germany during World War 2?

Absolutely! Only by demanding an unconditional surrender the Allies could set their terms and stabilize peace and economy in the post war years.


How would you describe general grants terms on the surrendering confederate soldiers?

He was known as "Unconditional Surrender" Grant.


What happened in world war 2 when it had compromise?

There was no compromise in WW2. Unconditional surrender was the only terms accepted by the US/Allies.