The West Point Peace Treaty was signed by the Supreme Command of the US Armed Forces and the Greater Germanic Reich forces in America in February 1945, one month after the Reich used the Heisenberg Device to destroy Washington D.C. Main representatives for both sides were Goring and Rommel for the Germans, and General George Patton for the Americans. While Patton had de iure no authority to sign a peace treaty with Germany, it is assumed that he took the post of President of the United States, post which was disbanded right after the treaty was signed.
It is assumed that the Greater Germanic Reich demanded the following;
-Unconditional surrender of all US Army forces still fighting
-Shutdown of US Army bases to be transferred to the occupation forces
-Territorial demands (East Coast)
-Military equipment to be transferred to the occupation forces
-While the US delegation had no power, their only request was the establishment of the Neutral Zone, which was accepted
Many US soldiers did not accept the conditions, but a large part, especially officers and senior high ranks after seeing the destruction of Washington D.C, accepted to join the new American Reich administration.
With the capitulation of US Army forces, the Imperial Japanese Army managed to land in major cities of California, while suppressing the resistance. In 1947, Adolf Hitler named the Japanese as "Honorary Aryans" and conceded them to rule in the West Coast.