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  2. Advertising

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  3. JAPAN SILENT, SO WAR GOES ON

    NEW YORK, August 12. A.A.P.—The war against Japan continues. No reply has yet been received from Tokio to a message sent on Saturday on behalf of the Governments of the United States, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, and China accepting the Japanese peace offer, but stipulating that at the moment of surrender the authority of ...

    Article : 1,203 words
  4. Smuggled Girl on Ship in Kitbag

    LONDON, Aug. 12. A.A.P.—An Australian Sergeant Thompson, who was taken prisoner at Tobruk, tried to smuggle his ...

    Article : 108 words
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    The two principal aggressors in the established an early link when on November 25, 1936, the German-Japanese Anti-Com intern Pact was signed in Berlin. Ambassador Mushakoji, Japanese envoy to Berlin, is seen signing the document. Ambassador von Ribbentror is on his right. To-day Germany is defeated, von Ribbentrop is held as a war criminal, and Japan is about to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 62 words
  6. OPPOSED TO CAPITULATION

    NEW YORK, Aug. 12. A.A.P.—A Tokio Radio announcement heard in China and quoted also by the Swiss Radio said that a party headed by ...

    Article : 231 words
  7. Defiant Broadcast Withdrawn

    NEW YORK, Aug. 12. A.A.P.— In response to an Imperial command to defend the Japanese Empire, the Imperial Army ...

    Article : 63 words
  8. RUSSIAN BID TO TRAP JAP ARMIES

    LONDAN, August 12. A.A.P.—The Red Army's swift bid to cut off Japanese armies in Northern Manchuria has made great gains, says the Moscow correspondent of the Associated Press. ...

    Article : 437 words
  9. "No Badoglio in Japan"

    NEW YORK, Aug. 12. A.A.P.— "There is no Badoglio in Japan," said a Tokio Radio broadcast picked up in New York. ...

    Article : 190 words
  10. Rangoon Rejoiced

    COLOMBO, August 12. A.A.P.— Rangoon city, which is garrisoned by British and Indian troops, defied the curfew last night and gave itself over ...

    Article : 101 words
  11. STALIN CONFERS WITH SOONG

    MOSCOW, Aug. 12. A.A.P.—Generalissimo Stalin and the Foreign, Commissar (M. Molotov) conferred with the Chinese Premier (Dr. ...

    Article : 37 words
  12. Unacceptable to Australia

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The Japanese offer of surrender provided the Emperor's prerogative was unchanged was entirely unacceptable to the Australian Government, the Minister for External ...

    Article : 710 words
  13. Saved St. Paul's, But Only Just

    LONDON, Aug. 12. A.A.P.—Lieut Ronald James Smith, R.N.V.R., at the risk of his life, saved St. Paul's Cathedral from being blown up in ...

    Article : 140 words
  14. JAP GENERAL'S BODY FOUND AFTER FLIGHT

    MANILA, Aug. 12.—The body of Lieut.-General Sosaka Suzuki, commanding the Japanese 25th Corps, which operated in the Visayas and ...

    Article : 84 words
  15. ON OTHER PAGES

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  16. THREE EARTHQUAKES RECORDED

    NEW YORK, Aug. 32. A.A.P.— Fordham University seismograph recorded three earthquakes, about 2290 miles south-west of New York, ...

    Article : 43 words
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