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  2. MACARTHUR TO TAKE SURRENDER

    NEW YORK, August 15. A.A.P.—General Douglas MacArthur has been appointed Allied Commander to receive the Japanese surrender. In announcing this, President ...

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  3. THANKSGIVING SERVICE DREW THOUSANDS

    After a morning's abandonment to wild rejoicings, the army thousands of people who attended the civic thanksgiving ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. JOIN TO SOLVE PEACE PROBLEMS

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—"In Australia there is much to be done. I ask the State Governments and all sections of the community to cooperative in facing these tasks and ...

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  5. Made a "Fair Cop" in Sydney "Game"

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Symbolising perhaps more than anything else the spirit of Sydney's peace celebrations, a ...

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  6. RETURN TO NORMALITY

    NEW YORK, August 15. A.A.P.— The American civilian could begin to look forward to the swift return of many of the pleasures, and most of ...

    Article : 310 words
  7. Last Formal Communique

    General MacArthur, in communique No. 1228, said: "The Japanese capitulation having been announced, no further formal communique will be ...

    Article : 152 words
  8. Atlantic Charter Anniversary

    WASHINGTON, August 15. A.A.P.—The Japanese surrender came on the fourth anniversary of the Atlantic Charter ...

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  9. Determine Future of A.I.F. Men

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday—It was announced that the Commander-in-Chief of the Australian Army (General Sir Thomas ...

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  10. KING'S GRATITUDE TO EMPIRE FORCES

    LONDON, August 15. A.A.P.—In his speech at the opening of Parliament to-day the King expressed his own and the nation's gratitude to the forces from every part of the Commonwealth and Empire, who had fought with steady ...

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  11. Open New Roads, Says Suzuki

    NEW YORIK, Aug. 15. A.A.P.— In a broadcast immediately after Hirohito had spoken, the Japanese Prime Minister (Admiral Baron ...

    Article : 211 words
  12. "Turning Point in History"

    JOHANNESBURG, Aug. 15. A.A.P.—General Smuts, in a victory broadcast, said: "This is a great moment—the moment to which we ...

    Article : 65 words
  13. Special Soldiers Sent North to Care for Captives

    The first of a number of parties of specially selected servicemen left Australia yesterday for Manila to begin preparations for trading and the ...

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  14. MacArthur Is Thankful

    MANILA, Aug 5.—General MacArthur, after receiving official notification of the Japanese capitulation and of his appointment as Supreme ...

    Article : 100 words
  15. CHIANG WANTS MADAME BACK

    NEW YORK, Aug. 15. A. A.P.— Madame Chiang Kai-shek and at an interview at her home in Bronx: "Although the Generalissimo has ...

    Article : 55 words
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  17. "May Peace End Oppression"

    VATICAN CITY, August; 15. A.A.P.—The Pope raised thanks to God that the war had ended and expressed the hope that the cessation ...

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  18. Sunday Day of Thanksgiving

    LONDON, Aug. 15. A.A.P.— It was officially announced at Buckingham Palace that His Majesty the King desires that ...

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  19. SOLDIERS CHAIRED COMRADE

    During the procession along Hunter-street yesterday afternoon, two soldiers chaired a comrade for a considerable distance over the paper strewn road. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. WAR MINISTER TOOK LIFE

    NEW YORK, August 15. A.A.P.— The Japanese War Minister, Korechika Anami, committed suicide, Tokio Radio announced. ...

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  21. CHILDREN KNOW PEACE FOR FIRST TIME

    The that day of peace that most of them could remember came as children were assembling for school. Six years of war had been their ...

    Article : 59 words
  22. Lord Mayors to Mr. Churchill

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—A message of thanks to Mr. Winston Churchill is being sent by the Lord Mayor of Melbourne (Sir Thomas ...

    Article : 110 words
  23. DEATH SENTENCE FOR MARSHAL PETAIN

    LONDON, Aug. 15. A.A.P.— Marshal Petain has been sentenced to death. He was also sentenced to national degradation ...

    Article : 328 words
  24. Extra Tea Ration to Celebrate Peace

    MELBORUNE, Wednesday.—An extra ration of tea of 4oz., equivalent to a fortnight's ration, will be made available to the public for the ...

    Article : 76 words
  25. STOP PRESS

    NEW YORK.—Tokio Radio says that part of the Japanese Air Force is reported to have attacked Allied bases and the fleet in the ...

    Article : 44 words
  26. Moscow Receives News Quietly

    LONDON, Aug. 15. A.A.P.— The Russian people accepted the Japanese surrender as they did Russia's ...

    Article : 94 words
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