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Question by Shadow
Submitted on 11/25/2003
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What does "Unconditional surrender" mean?  Having to do with war?

Answer by oi82mch
Submitted on 1/27/2004
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unavoidable surrender


Answer by EMK
Submitted on 6/27/2005
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It means to surrender and accept any restrictions imposed by those accepting the surrender. For example: to say "We'll surrender, but only if you give us..." is not unconditional, saying "Well do anything you want, just please stop killing us!" is unconditional.


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