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  2. Advertising

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  3. JAPAN ORDERED TO CEASE FIRE

    MANILA, August 15.—General Douglas MacArthur, who is to receive the Japanese surrender on behalf of the Allied Powers has directed the Tokio authorities to order an immediate cessation of hostilities by Japanese forces. ...

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    The procession yesterday afternoon through Hunter-street to King Edward Park was a highlight of Newcastle's Victory celebrations. As the end of the procession moved past the Post-office, crowds swarmed on to the road until the street ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. THE SIX YEARS' WAR

    WORLD WAR I. (August 4, 1914-November 11, 1918) lasted four years and 99 days. World War II. (September 3, ...

    Article : 51 words
  6. MIKADO TELLS OF SURRENDER

    NEW YORK, August 15. A.A.P.—The Imperial rescript of Japan's surrender was announced to the Japanese people by the Emperor Hirohito in the first broadcast he ...

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  7. Big Forces Ready to Take Over in Japan

    MANILA, Aug. 15.—Even before the atomic bomb and the entry into the Far Eastern war of Russia, plans were in train for the occupation of ...

    Article : 211 words
  8. Pact by World 'Phone Call

    WASHINGTON, August 15. A.A.P.— The Secretary of State (Mr. Byrnes) worked out the surrender agreement with the Governments of ...

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  9. Balloon Bomb Near Atom Plant

    MONTREAL, Aug. 15. A.A.P.— The New York American Press correspondent states the Japanese landed over 200 bomb-carrying balloons ...

    Article : 110 words
  10. Russo-Chinese Alliance

    LONDON, Aug. 15. A.A.P.—Moscow Radio announced that a treaty of friendship and alliance was signed between Russia and China ...

    Article : 44 words
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