The Treaty of Dublin is the name of the peace treaty between the Axis and Allied Powers that officially ended World War 2 on April 6th, 1946.

Unlike the previous Treaty of Luxembourg City, ending the war in Europe, and the Honolulu Conference, ending the war in the Pacific, Dublin brought no territorial changes with it. At the time of signing, both sides were locked in a stalemate, with no one able to cross the Atlantic Ocean. So, the only agreement made was an armistice.

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ARTICLE ONE: All hostilities between the Axis and Allied powers are to cease within 12 hours of signature

ARTICLE TWO: POWs to be returned to either Germany or the United States depending on their allegiance

ARTICLE THREE: All Allied and Axis depth charges in the Atlantic to be removed within 31 days of siganture

ARTICLE FOUR: Allied Powers recognize the terms signed on in the Treaty of Luxembourg City

Signatories Edit

Allied Powers

  • United States of America
  • Canada
  • Dominion of New Zealand
  • Commonwealth of Australia
  • Republic of Panama
  • Republic of Costa Rica
  • Dominican Republic
  • Republic of El Salvador
  • Republic of Haiti
  • Republic of Honduras
  • Republic of Nicaragua
  • Republic of Cuba
  • Republic of Guatemala
  • Argentine Republic
  • Republic of Peru
  • United Mexican States
  • United States of Brazil
  • Plurinational State of Bolivia
  • Republic of Colombia
  • Republic of Paraguay
  • Oriental Republic of Uruguay
  • Republic of Chile

Axis Powers

  • Greater German Reich
  • Kingdom of Italy
  • Kingdom of Bulgaria
  • Kingdom of Romania
  • Kingdom of Hungary
  • Republic of Finland
  • Spanish State