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  3. PRISONERS HOME TODAY

    THE first Tasmanian prisoners of war released in Singapore are due home today after more than 3½ years in the hands of the Japs. The men, numbering 13, who have been in the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 670 words
  4. POLICY TO JAPS UNCHANGED

    WASHINGTON, Thurs.—The United States Government, not Gen MacArthur, is formulating American policy for the pacification and control of Japan, the Acting Secretary of State (Mr Acheson) told a Press ...

    Article : 426 words
  5. HANGING URGED FOR JAPS

    CANBERRA, Thurs.—Hanging, not honourable execution by a bullet or sword, should be the fate of the Japanese criminal or ...

    Article : 90 words
  6. 1,300 Veterans Back

    BRISBANE, Thurs.—With more than 1,300 five-year AIF veterans on board, the Katoomba arrived at Brisbane today. ...

    Article : 20 words
  7. RELEASE OF 200,000 SERVICEMEN BY JANUARY PLANNED

    CANBERRA, Thurs. — The demobilisation plan provided for the release of 200,000 men from the services by January, the Minister for Postwar Reconstruction (Mr Dedman) told the House of Representatives today. HE said that of this total 135,000 ...

    Article : 264 words
  8. RED CROSS UNIT'S SAFETY

    MELBOURNE, Thurs.—Official and unofficial advice has disclosed that the following members of the Australian Red Cross Society's ...

    Article : 123 words
  9. When Jap Trucks Fell To Pieces

    MANILA, Thurs.—Hundreds of cars and trucks captured-by the Japs at Singapore rapidly fell to pieces ...

    Article : 111 words
  10. Delayed Mail For Borneo Captives

    MELBOURNE, Thurs. — Nearly 10,000 letters for British and Australian troops, most of whom were prisoners of war in Borneo, are ...

    Article : 70 words
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