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Series - BCOF related newspaper articles: 1945 to 1965
Item - 'Trouble' of international marriage (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 14/5/1952
Item - 11,000 BCOF labourers begin a strike today (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 30/6/1952
Item - 173 BCOF labourers notified of dismissal (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 29/8/1952
Item - 24 properties including Miyajima Hotel to be repossessed (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 13/7/1952
Item - 360 foreign language books donated to Kure (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 23/2/1952
Item - 80 percent of Kure residents in favour of the withdrawal of UN forces (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 10/12/1952
Item - Administrative Agreement with UN forces and labour relations (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 10/7/1952
Item - All-night negotiations between BCOF and the Occupation Forces Workers' Union (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 24/6/1952
Item - Analysing the performance of the Prefectural Occupation Forces Workers' Union (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 12/12/1952
Item - Anglo-Japan goodwill table tennis competition: Hiroshima defeated completely (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 9/7/1952
Item - Anglo-Japan Square Dance Convention (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 14/4/1952
Item - Announcement regarding the direct employment of labourers by BCOF (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 29/4/1952
Item - Appendices to the US-Japan administrative agreement and the Kure area (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 30/7/1952
Item - Areas requisitioned by the US and British Occupation Forces (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 3/8/1952
Item - Aspects of Kure, the international city - farmers' grudge against the Occupation Forces (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 22/8/1952
Item - Aspects of Kure, the international city - scenery of Kameyama town (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 26/8/1952
Item - Aspects of Kure, the international city - secrecy (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 21/8/1952
Item - Aspects of Kure, the international city - war brides cross the ocean (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 13/8/1952
Item - Attempts to restrict Kure's 3,000 prostitutes to red-light district (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 24/6/1952
Item - Australain soldier killed a child in a road accident (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 8/9/1952
Item - Australian forces donate textbooks to Kure (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 22/2/1952
Item - Authority of Japanese law and criticism against delays in indictment (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 20/7/1952
Item - BCOF backing away from negotiation with landlords of Hiro (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 6/12/1952
Item - BCOF Commander-in-Chief hopes the strike to be terminated (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 26/6/1952
Item - BCOF committed 889 criminal offences in Kure (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 29/4/1952
Item - BCOF criminals to be arrested by Japanese police (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 9/5/1952
Item - BCOF dispatched neighbourhood security groups to individual military police offices by notice of Supreme Public Prosecutors Office (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 13/5/1952
Item - BCOF Headquarters promises severe punishment for crimes (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 17/5/1952





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