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84%Item - Weekly war news, 18 March (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J278): 20/3/1945
84%Item - BCOF to be stationed in Shikoku, Okayama and Tottori (Kure Municipal History Office): 19/4/1946
83%Item - Combined interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 11/9/1944
83%Item - Map of mobilization areas in Japan (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 5/7): 28/1/1944
83%Item - JA147775 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 28/8/1944
83%Item - Organisation, disposition and duties of Ominato Defense Unit (Bobi) (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 5/31): 12/4/1945
83%Item - Chugoku forces to Shikoku, 1,000 British and Indian soldiers in Matsue (Kure Municipal History Office): 28/4/1946
83%Item - Weekly war news (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J292): 28/5/1945
82%Item - Report on economic information from prisoners of war and captured documents (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 12/59): 27/6/1944
82%Item - JA147077 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 24/8/1944
82%Item - JA147106 supplementary interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/7): 24/8/1944
82%Item - JA147462 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 6/8/1944
82%Item - JA100048 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/7): 26/7/1944
82%Item - To men of the 6th Japanese Division (Australian War Memorial: FELO JK6): ?/5/1945
81%Item - Postcard to Vice Admiral KUSAKA (Australian War Memorial: AWM 82 2/334): 1/12/1943
81%Item - JA147721 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 8/9/1944
81%Item - First get the Hiro moorage ready (Kure Municipal History Office): 13/6/1956
81%Item - Prefectural art exhibition (Kure Municipal History Office): 22/7/1955
81%Item - Weekly war news, 29 June (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J300): 29/6/1945
81%Item - Many military facilities in Hiroshima must be destroyed (Kure Municipal History Office): 26/1/1946
81%Item - Extra (Australian War Memorial: FELO JK1): 17/2/1945
81%Item - Weekly war news (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J310): 2/8/1945
81%Item - Petition for the repossession of the ‘ban area (Kure Municipal History Office): 17/10/1953
81%Item - Weekly war news, 6 June (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J293): 6/6/1945
80%Item - Picture postcard from MIHARA Shichisuke to ‘SUMI Yoshimichi (Australian War Memorial: AWM 82 1/3/29): 16/11/1943
80%Item - Servicemen name lists categorised in their prefectures (Australian War Memorial: AWM 82 2/125): ?/?/c1946
80%Item - JA147018 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 6/7/1944
80%Item - YAMABAYASHI Nobuyuki interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/3): 4/8/1943
80%Item - JA147195 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 24/8/1944
80%Item - JA147034 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/7): 5/6/1944
80%Item - JA147066 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/6): 1/5/1944
80%Item - JA147574 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 8/9/1944
80%Item - Combined interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/10): 13/9/1944
80%Item - JA147491 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 5/7/1944
80%Item - JA147165 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/7): 30/6/1944
80%Item - Saka–Na Officers Club roster: 816 Army and Navy officers (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 5/18): 6/10/1944
80%Item - JA145367 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/5): 28/11/1943
80%Item - Kure's petition regarding the 6th berth of the moorage (Kure Municipal History Office): 24/1/1956
80%Item - Weekly war news, 23 April (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J285): 24/4/1945
80%Item - Sewerage construction in Hiro Daishinkai (Kure Municipal History Office): 26/10/1952
80%Item - Weekly war news, 15 June (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J294): 15/6/1945
80%Item - Weekly war news, 16 April (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J284): 16/4/1945
80%Item - Closure of the ‘ban ammunition dump petition (Kure Municipal History Office): ?/11/1953
80%Item - Commendation on BCOF bus services between Kure and Hiro (Kure Municipal History Office): 19/7/1949
80%Item - Weekly war news, 22 May (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J291): 22/5/1945
80%Item - Consolidation of Occupation Forces workers' unions (Kure Municipal History Office): 17/8/1952
80%Item - UN Withdrawal Liaison Committee delegation visits Hiro (Kure Municipal History Office): 21/3/1956
80%Item - Weekly war news, 5 March (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J275): 6/3/1945
80%Item - BCOF backing away from negotiation with landlords of Hiro (Kure Municipal History Office): 6/12/1952
80%Item - Weekly war news, 10 April (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J283): 10/4/1945
80%Item - Weekly war news, 12 March (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J277): 15/3/1945
80%Item - Weekly war news, 8 May (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J288): 10/5/1945
80%Item - Weekly war news, 27 February (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J273): 27/2/1945
79%Item - ATSUMI Tamotsu interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/3): 11/7/1943
79%Item - JA147486 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 24/8/1944
79%Item - JA147505 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 1/8/1944
79%Item - JA147727 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 1/8/1944
79%Item - Commando raiding unit tactics: manual and manoeuvre plans (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 5/20): 18/11/1944
79%Item - JA147250 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 17/7/1944
79%Item - JA147506 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 31/7/1944
79%Item - JA148067 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 24/8/1944
79%Item - JA130003 supplementary interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/6): 1/5/1944
79%Item - JA145727 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/7): 31/5/1944
79%Item - ARAI IchitarŰ interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/4): 24/8/1943
79%Item - JA147101 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 10/9/1944
79%Item - JA147129 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/7): 24/6/1944
79%Item - JA147017 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/7): 9/7/1944
79%Item - M162 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/4): 26/10/1943
79%Item - JA145669 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/6): 20/4/1944
79%Item - KAWACHIDA Tagayasu interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/4): 10/9/1943
79%Item - JA147080 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/6): 1/5/1944
79%Item - South Pacific News Bulletin No.42 (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J274): 2/3/1945
79%Item - Weekly war news, 22 June (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J298): 19/6/1945
79%Item - South Pacific News Bulletin No. 43 (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J282): 11/4/1945
78%Item - JA147677 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 6/8/1944
78%Item - JA147452 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 30/7/1944
78%Item - JA147491 supplementary interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 6/7/1944
78%Item - JA147460 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 23/7/1944
78%Item - Psychological effect of Allied bombing on the Japanese (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 12/71): 21/9/1944
78%Item - JA147056 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 17/7/1944
78%Item - JA147708 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 1/8/1944
78%Item - JA145702 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/7): 26/5/1944
78%Item - JA147269 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 15/7/1944
77%Item - Food situation in Japan (Australian War Memorial: AWM 82 2/34): 8/11/1945
77%Item - JA147457 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/8): 8/7/1944
77%Item - JA147466 interrogation report (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 6/9): 18/8/1944
77%Item - Oil situation in Japan and occupied territories (Australian War Memorial: AWM55 12/90): 8/2/1945
77%Item - OKU Saiichi driver's license (Australian War Memorial: 3DRL/6010): 2/11/1937
77%Item - Forgotten home-coming for UCHIDA Akiko of the YWCA (Kure Municipal History Office): 14/4/1951
77%Item - Gift shops (Kure Municipal History Office): 24/10/1946
77%Item - Establishment of a temporary vocational school (Kure Municipal History Office): 15/6/1950
77%Item - Positions open (Kure Municipal History Office): 29/9/1947
77%Item - Request for indirect employment (Kure Municipal History Office): 13/5/1952
77%Item - UN agreement to be concluded this year (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/1/1953
77%Item - UN agreement at a crucial stage (Kure Municipal History Office): 25/11/1953
77%Item - Weeds of defeat in a hurry to take notes (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/5/1952
77%Item - Secret memoir of the end of the war in Hiroshima Prefecture (Kure Municipal History Office): 12/8/1952
77%Item - News about BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 30/3/1948
76%Item - Map of NikkŰ in Japan (Australian War Memorial: AWM 82 1/4/6356/2): 30/7/1937
76%Item - Cooking lessons by BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 16/6/1947
76%Item - BCOF headquarters set up in Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 4/2/1946
76%Item - Temporary use of the bond of the former Munitions Department (Kure Municipal History Office): 18/9/1955
76%Item - Demand for return of four requisitioned sites (Kure Municipal History Office): 19/5/1954
76%Item - New scenery of Niji village in Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 30/10/1949
76%Item - Locals express their opposition (Kure Municipal History Office): 2/3/1957
76%Item - Allied Superintendent Unit (Kure Municipal History Office): 10/4/1946
76%Item - Too much concern about mixed-blood children (Kure Municipal History Office): 7/5/1953
76%Item - Opposition to price increases at the expense of citizens (Kure Municipal History Office): 18/12/1956
76%Item - Kure is considered most suitable as a sister city (Kure Municipal History Office): 31/8/1966
76%Item - Arrival of HMAS Duntroon (Kure Municipal History Office): 18/9/1948
76%Item - Five BCOF vessels enter Kure port (Kure Municipal History Office): 5/2/1946
76%Item - Return of a Japanese announcer from Australia after 6 years (Kure Municipal History Office): 26/4/1966
76%Item - Invitation to Lieutenant Lubisch (Kure Municipal History Office): 25/3/1946
76%Item - BCOF strength to increase up to 40,000 (Kure Municipal History Office): 5/4/1946
76%Item - Protest against random dismissals (Kure Municipal History Office): 30/7/1955
76%Item - 62 Australian tourists arrive Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 4/6/1953
76%Item - Cross in the centre of the lecture hall (Kure Municipal History Office): 9/6/1946
76%Item - A year since (3) (Kure Municipal History Office): 4/7/1946
76%Item - Foreign residents of Kure - shipbuilding workers work hard (Kure Municipal History Office): 7/5/1952
76%Item - How to deal with mixed-blood children? (Kure Municipal History Office): 27/1/1953
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (2) (Kure Municipal History Office): 30/7/1959
76%Item - Unemployment in Kure and related policies (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/2/1950
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (12) (Kure Municipal History Office): 11/8/1959
76%Item - Foreign residents of Kure - "Absolutely wonderful! " (Kure Municipal History Office): 5/5/1952
76%Item - YWCA buildings completed (Kure Municipal History Office): 7/1/1948
76%Item - Territory under the control of BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 9/1/1946
76%Item - Urgent need for the expansion of industrial water supply (Kure Municipal History Office): 5/8/1956
76%Item - These are the realities of streetwalkers (Kure Municipal History Office): 15/7/1953
76%Item - Requests regarding the UN Administrative Agreement (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/1/1953
76%Item - ANZAC Day (Kure Municipal History Office): 17/4/1947
76%Item - BCOF about to arrive in Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 24/12/1945
76%Item - Kure citizens scared of jeeps (Kure Municipal History Office): 22/1/1953
76%Item - Conclusion of the UN agreement (Kure Municipal History Office): 17/11/1953
76%Item - Dismissals sweep through Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 9/1/1948
76%Item - Where have mixed-blood children gone? (Kure Municipal History Office): 19/3/1953
76%Item - International friendship day (Kure Municipal History Office): 16/12/1952
76%Item - Former Kure arsenal surfaces (Kure Municipal History Office): 19/8/1949
76%Item - Discussion by the Kure Municipal Assembly Committee (Kure Municipal History Office): 7/7/1953
76%Item - Remittances from Australia (Kure Municipal History Office): 8/2/1958
76%Item - What was brought to Kure by the Allied Occupation (2) (Kure Municipal History Office): 23/8/1952
76%Item - Penicillin found in ship in Kure harbour (Kure Municipal History Office): 6/11/1947
76%Item - Orders from the military administration in Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 10/5/1946
76%Item - Purchasing dollars in Kure? (Kure Municipal History Office): 20/9/1947
76%Item - Port festival - one misfortune on top of another (Kure Municipal History Office): 21/7/1953
76%Item - Stories from the inspection of dance halls (Kure Municipal History Office): 3/4/1946
76%Item - Areas requisitioned by the US and British Occupation Forces (Kure Municipal History Office): 3/8/1952
76%Item - Request for the return of requisitioned facilities (Kure Municipal History Office): 12/8/1953
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (1) (Kure Municipal History Office): 29/7/1959
76%Item - Remaining hope for the return of a defence base (Kure Municipal History Office): 23/1/1954
76%Item - Sales of 63 souvenir shops in Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 22/6/1950
76%Item - A year since (4) (Kure Municipal History Office): 5/7/1946
76%Item - Military review conducted (Kure Municipal History Office): 21/10/1947
76%Item - Repercussions of deflation and unemployment policy (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/9/1954
76%Item - Withdrawal of the Occupation Forces (Kure Municipal History Office): 20/6/1953
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (11) (Kure Municipal History Office): 9/8/1959
76%Item - War brides depart for Australia (Kure Municipal History Office): 7/6/1952
76%Item - Hello, Santa Claus (Kure Municipal History Office): 24/12/1947
76%Item - Display of military artefacts at the Irifuneyama Museum (Kure Municipal History Office): 2/9/1966
76%Item - Strength of BCOF to be 45,000 (Kure Municipal History Office): 15/2/1946
76%Item - ANZAC Day (Kure Municipal History Office): 24/4/1948
76%Item - Urgent issues: Kure reconstruction and employment policies (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/7/1950
76%Item - Kure - an international city (Kure Municipal History Office): 8/6/1947
76%Item - Kure Employment Security Office and unemployment insurance (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/2/1951
76%Item - Command of US, UK and Australian convoys (Kure Municipal History Office): 30/6/1950
76%Item - Wheat and soldiers (2) (Kure Municipal History Office): 14/5/1957
76%Item - Marching to 'Song for Apple' (Kure Municipal History Office): 27/1/1948
76%Item - Expansion into a new life campaign (Kure Municipal History Office): 8/9/1955
76%Item - BCOF viewing ceremony (Kure Municipal History Office): 26/4/1946
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (7) (Kure Municipal History Office): 5/8/1959
76%Item - Facilities for social projects and public relief works (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/3/1953
76%Item - Ten years since the end of the war (first half) (Kure Municipal History Office): 19/8/1955
76%Item - YMCA shows our history (Kure Municipal History Office): 26/9/1947
76%Item - Visit of the US Army delegation to Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 25/3/1952
76%Item - Fate to be decided in the Diet (Kure Municipal History Office): 20/1/1954
76%Item - Arrival of 16 beautiful girls from Australia (Kure Municipal History Office): 24/5/1946
76%Item - Commencement of UN projects (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/10/1957
76%Item - Rampant post-war thefts (Kure Municipal History Office): 29/9/1965
76%Item - Reduction of the BCOF announced (Kure Municipal History Office): 17/9/1954
76%Item - Reduction of the strength of BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 15/2/1947
76%Item - Withdrawal of BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 28/5/1950
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (4) (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/8/1959
76%Item - Recovery of farm land damaged by the UN (Kure Municipal History Office): 17/5/1956
76%Item - Special distribution by BCOF of canned food (Kure Municipal History Office): 19/8/1947
76%Item - Plans to resolve unemployment by industrialisation (Kure Municipal History Office): 21/4/1956
76%Item - What was brought to Kure by the Allied Occupation (3) (Kure Municipal History Office): 24/8/1952
76%Item - BCOF "safety week" (Kure Municipal History Office): 6/6/1947
76%Item - Outline of employment policies in Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 5/11/1950
76%Item - Street interviews - crimes in Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 19/7/1952
76%Item - Independent art exhibition (Kure Municipal History Office): 23/10/1948
76%Item - Marathon relay by members of BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 18/11/1949
76%Item - Memorable signing ceremony (Kure Municipal History Office): 23/2/1946
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (9) (Kure Municipal History Office): 7/8/1959
76%Item - School for children of BCOF servicemen (Kure Municipal History Office): 30/3/1947
76%Item - Departure of 40 intermarried couples from Kure on 12 March (Kure Municipal History Office): 8/3/1953
76%Item - Prospectus for the establishment of the Kure International Association (Kure Municipal History Office): 5/5/1947
76%Item - How to solve the unemployment problem in Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/10/1950
76%Item - Military courts of BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 25/4/1947
76%Item - The Bendetta visits Kure for goodwill between Australia and Japan (Kure Municipal History Office): 7/12/1963
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (6) (Kure Municipal History Office): 4/8/1959
76%Item - Wrapping and transport of souvenirs to be banned (Kure Municipal History Office): 16/5/1953
76%Item - Cruising to Kurahashi Island (Kure Municipal History Office): 8/6/1947
76%Item - Fire in Kure destroyed BCOF's shower rooms (Kure Municipal History Office): 20/6/1948
76%Item - Soviet declares war against Japan (Australian War Memorial: 7/9/12 J312): 27/7/1945
76%Item - Reduction of the Occupation Forces finally begins (Kure Municipal History Office): 23/11/1954
76%Item - Kure and BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 17/4/1949
76%Item - What was brought to Kure by the Allied Occupation (1) (Kure Municipal History Office): 22/8/1952
76%Item - Supplies for the occupation forces stolen (Kure Municipal History Office): 22/10/1947
76%Item - Women working in pubs (Kure Municipal History Office): 23/1/1954
76%Item - Establishment of the Japan-UK Liaison Committee (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/10/1953
76%Item - Military trials under BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 24/5/1946
76%Item - Shell gathering (Kure Municipal History Office): 24/6/1955
76%Item - Survey on mixed-blood children (Kure Municipal History Office): 6/5/1953
76%Item - Demand for the return of a site near factories (Kure Municipal History Office): 20/1/1953
76%Item - Departure of 600 British soldiers (Kure Municipal History Office): 28/6/1947
76%Item - Crimes committed by members of the UN Force (1) (Kure Municipal History Office): 22/8/1952
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (10) (Kure Municipal History Office): 8/8/1959
76%Item - Wheat and soldiers (1) (Kure Municipal History Office): 11/5/1957
76%Item - Cabaret Hollywood opens tomorrow (Kure Municipal History Office): 21/12/1951
76%Item - Survey of mixed-blood children (Kure Municipal History Office): 14/6/1957
76%Item - Completion of BCOF barracks (Kure Municipal History Office): 7/1/1948
76%Item - Announcement of the withdrawal of British troops from BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 4/10/1947
76%Item - Issues facing Kure carried over to new year (1) (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/1/1957
76%Item - Original plans approved by the Cabinet (Kure Municipal History Office): 26/4/1956
76%Item - Advance of BCOF to Kure to replace the US occupation forces (Kure Municipal History Office): 2/10/1945
76%Item - Regular members of BCOF (Kure Municipal History Office): 19/10/1946
76%Item - Inspection of BCOF by General Fraser (Kure Municipal History Office): 4/5/1946
76%Item - Occupation force committee members (Kure Municipal History Office): 26/3/1947
76%Item - Aspects of Kure, the international city - secrecy (Kure Municipal History Office): 21/8/1952
76%Item - Progress in the deliberations by BCOF Steering Committee (Kure Municipal History Office): 8/5/1950
76%Item - Issues facing Kure carried over to this year (3) (Kure Municipal History Office): 6/1/1957
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (3) (Kure Municipal History Office): 31/7/1959
76%Item - BCOF welcomed to Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 27/12/1945
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (8) (Kure Municipal History Office): 6/8/1959
76%Item - Changing Kure port (Kure Municipal History Office): 25/3/1948
76%Item - Crimes committed by members of UN forces (Kure Municipal History Office): 1/2/1953
76%Item - Kure Emergency Taskforce regulations for the withdrawal of UN forces (Kure Municipal History Office): 25/3/1956
76%Item - Australian officers and men caste a vote (Kure Municipal History Office): 29/4/1951
76%Item - City of violence and terror (Kure Municipal History Office): 17/3/1953
76%Item - Hearty congratulations from Kure Mayor Suzuki (Kure Municipal History Office): 20/2/1954
76%Item - Agreement to share the use of a moorage (Kure Municipal History Office): 29/4/1954
76%Item - Realities about mixed-blood children in Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 31/3/1953
76%Item - Admiration for classical theatre and music (Kure Municipal History Office): 5/8/1946
76%Item - Call for meeting of Kure citizens (Kure Municipal History Office): 18/11/1953
76%Item - Strength of BCOF to be reduced (Kure Municipal History Office): 17/7/1947
76%Item - Issues facing Kure carried over to this year (2) (Kure Municipal History Office): 4/1/1957
76%Item - Unemployment (Kure Municipal History Office): 27/8/1956
76%Item - Holding a party to express gratitude to the Allied Force (Kure Municipal History Office): 18/2/1948
76%Item - Water supply in Kure (5) (Kure Municipal History Office): 2/8/1959
76%Item - Vigorous citizens' campaign for the UN Agreement (Kure Municipal History Office): 15/12/1953
76%Item - Study of the workforce in Kure (Kure Municipal History Office): 15/10/1951

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