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  2. SHACKLES ON JAP INDUSTRY

    He has entirely banned production of aircraft, weapons, and explosives, except industrial explosives, for which a ...

    Article : 578 words
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    AUSTRALIAN P O W'S had a lot of pictorial news to catch up on when they boarded the hospital ship Tjitjalengka at Yokohama and were issued with reading matter and comforts. From left: Pte H. Collins, Marrickville, Sydney; Lance-Cpl L. Keogh, Ipswich (Q), who is in bed with a knee ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 79 words
  4. PROBLEM OF SOVIET DEMANDS

    The meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers in London, which is approaching its adjournment, has brought into ...

    Article : 207 words
  5. OPENING OF NEW LOAN

    Australia's Fourth Victory Loan — the first of the postwar period — was launched last night by Mr Chifley with a ...

    Article : 237 words
  6. 1,048 AUSTRALIANS LEAVE NAGASAKI

    The main evacuation of POW's from the home islands of Japan ended yesterday with the departure from ...

    Article : 369 words
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  8. MacARTHUR MAY SEE HIROHITO

    Well-informed Japanese circles say General MacArthur will grant an audience to HiroJito at the US Embassy on a ...

    Article : 83 words
  9. MUST DECIDE WHETHER JAPS ARE TO STARVE

    "The delicate problem whether the Allies will supply the Japanese with food to prevent widespread starvation will ...

    Article : 184 words
  10. BIG INCREASE IN JAP NOTE ISSUE

    The Bank of Japan's first published statement since the occupation reported a total note issue of 42,000 million yen, ...

    Article : 84 words
  11. NO TRACE OF 600 ALLIED P O W'S MISSING IN BURMA

    British parties are desperately searching for 600 Allied prisoners of war who were reported to be located in a camp 300 ...

    Article : 61 words
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