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AJRP update
April 2001: The "What's new" newsletter is now available here.
1 March 2000: The first section of a bibliography of Japanese language secondary materials added to the Research aids.
1 February 2000: A glossary of Japanese military terms, ranks and unit names containg over 800 entries added to the Research aids.
22 December 1999: A Sub-series of BCOF related documents held at the Kure Municipal History Office consisting of 177 articles from the Asahi Newspaper was published in the the Database section.
1 November 1999: The first installment of a series of over 1500 documents dealing with the British Commonwealth Occupation Force in post-war Japan was published in the Database section of the AJRP.
15 October 1999: A mailing list was implemented to provide information on updates to frequent visitors to the AJRP.
18 June 1999: Several seminar papers delivered at the Australian War Memorial were published in the Research Aids section of the website.
30 March 1999: The series AWM 82 captured Japanese documents was completed.
1 August 1998: A counter was implemented on the AJRP home page.
30 June 1998: The AJRP website was launched by the Ambassador of Japan, His Excellency Mr Yukio Satoh, at a function at the Australian War Memorial. Read his message of welcome.

Don’t forget that we are always on the lookout for suitably qualified people who may be able to contribute to the database or website. We are also keen to receive any comments about your experience of the AJRP website, your impressions of the contents of the database, or any other general remarks about the project.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us by either fax or email.

Steve Bullard
The Australia–Japan Research Project
Military History Section
Australian War Memorial
GPO Box 345
Canberra ACT 2601 AUSTRALIA
+61-2-6243 4325 (fax)

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