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  4. JAPS SEE ALLIED MIGHT

    In accordance with the second day's schedule of the Japanese surrender terms, at 6 o'clock this morning (7 am East Australian time) the greatest naval force ever assembled in the Pacific began to steam into Japanese home waters. Combined with a tremendous air armada it makes the greatest war spectacle the world has ever seen. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Jap Armed Forces Disbanding

    MANILA, August 25: Steps are now being taken to demobilise gradually the Japanese army and navy forces ...

    Article : 100 words
  6. Food Cut Follows Lease-LendEnding

    LONDON, August 24 (AAP) : The abrupt ending of lease-lend will directly result in cuts in food, clothing, tobacco, petrol and luxury goods, such as refrigerators and other household appliances, says the political correspondent of the "Daily Express." ...

    Article : 475 words
  7. BRITISH DEPENDENT ON USA

    LONDON, August 24 (AAP): Britain's imports from the United States rose 450 percent ...

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  8. Believes in Equal Status For Everyone

    NEW YORK. August 24: The White Australia policy is evidently out with Mrs Jessie Street, who has headed for home ...

    Article : 135 words
  9. Japanese Had His Signals Crossed

    NEW YORK, August 24: "Have you heard about the atomic bombs used in this war?" American officers asked a Japanese, ...

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    ROYAL NAVY men saving on board the British aircraft carrier HMS Slinger, limber up with some strenuous PT on the flight deck today. HMS Stinger, which has seen service as far north at Okinawa, came to Brisbane yesterday with a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. Wants Pact With USA to Aid France

    WASHINGTON August 24 (AAP) : The American Associated Press says General De Gaulle ...

    Article : 155 words
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  13. UNRRA Moves For More Funds

    LONDON, August 24 (AAP): The UNRRA Council carried a resolution suggesting that member governments should make an additional contribution, approximately equivalent to 1 percent ...

    Article : 383 words
  14. PACIFIC PEACE LIGHTS GO ON

    All over the Pacific the lights of peace are coming on. By a prodigious effort the war has been won. About the most satisfactory ...

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    THE GREAT COLUMN OF SMOKE 20.000 FEET HIGH, RISING ABOVE HIROSHIMA. FOLLOWING THE BURST OF ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. DETERIORATION IN BALKANS SITUATION CAUSES CONCERN

    LONDON, August 24 (AAP): Considerable concern is being expressed in London regarding the rapidly deteriorating situation in the Balkans, says the "Evening News" diplomatic correspondent. The crisis has been provoked by ...

    Article : 193 words
  18. JAP TROUBLES OVER CHINA COMMUNISTS

    NEW YORK, August 24 (AAP): A Tokio broadcast reports that 50,000 Communists are advancing on Tsinan, while the Chungking appointed governor of Shantung is occupying it from the east ...

    Article : 228 words
  19. Monty's "Army Of the Rhine"

    LONDON, August 24 (AAP): The British Liberation Army no longer exists. It will be known in future under the title of "the British Army ...

    Article : 63 words
  20. Agriculture Before Cattle In Germany

    LONDON, August 24 (AAP): Under a plan to increase agricultural production and divert all possible food to direct consumption. ...

    Article : 95 words
  21. LAST ORIGINAL FASCIST IS NOW MONK

    LONDON, August 24: The last of the four Fascists who originally marched on Rome has come to rest--in a monastery ...

    Article : 177 words
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  23. COCKY JAP MAJOR THOUGHT

    OKINAWA, August 24 (AAP): The American Press Association representative says that led by tough, cocky, little Major Akamatsu ...

    Article : 148 words
  24. Protestant Union Move on Dr. Wand

    LONDON, August 24 (AAP): The National Union of Protestants. in a letter to the King and the Prime Minister (Mr Attlce) and the ...

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