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  7. MIGHTY FLEET OFF TOKIO

    The mightiest Allied fleet ever assembled is steaming within four hours of Tokio, awaiting Japan's final word on her offer to surrender. Up to 9 o'clock last night (noon ...

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  8. FIRST NEWS OF JAP OFFER TO SURRENDER

    UNITED STATES SERVICEMEN are shown in Times Square, New York, August 10, reading newspaper extras announcing Japan's offer to surrender, under Potsdam Conference terms, if Emperor Hirohito retains his prerogatives. —Beam Wireless Picturegram. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. 1200 Planes Blast Tokio Non-Stop For 12 Hours

    GUAM, Tuesday: Between 1200 and 1500 British and American carrier planes attacked Tokio for several hours yesterday in the first big air attack on Japan since the Jap surrender offer. TOKIO Radio says the capital was ...

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  10. UNITED STATES ALONE HOLDS ALL ATOMIC DETAILS

    OTTAWA, Monday.—The Canadian Munitions Minister (Mr. Howe) said today that the United States was the only country ...

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  11. REDS POUR ON TO PLAINS OF MANCHURIA

    LONDON, Monday: Marshal Malinovsky's forces are pouring on to the central Manchurian plains from the north-west. ...

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  12. Hitler's Double For Hollywood

    LONDON, Monday.—A Czech train conductor, Frantisek Holub, who was gaoled by the Germans because of his likeness to ...

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  13. BRITISH SERVICE CHIEFS BECOME PEERS

    LONDON, Monday: The Chiefs-of-Staffs of the three fighting services receive peerages in a list of honors issued today. The list marks the termination of Mr. Churchill's Prime Ministership. The three service chiefs-Field-Marshal Sir Alan Brooke, Admiral of ...

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