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Database Records by Year and Keyword
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Series - BCOF related newspaper articles: 1945 to 1965
Sub-Series - Asahi Newspaper articles (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 1946 to 1965
Item - 300 British servicemen and 3 war brides to depart on 12 August (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 4/8/1956
Item - BCOF withdrawal proceeds on a full-scale (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 23/3/1956
Item - Merit of Japanese women recognised (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 27/4/1956
Item - War brides become popular in Australia (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 14/10/1956
Item - Withdrawal of BCOF: 2nd party leaves Kure with three war brides (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 30/3/1956
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