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Database Records by Area and Year
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Show details for 19591959
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Show details for 19611961
Show details for 19621962
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Hide details for 19661966
Item - Display of military artefacts at the Irifuneyama Memorial (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 2/9/1966
Item - Display of military artefacts at the Irifuneyama Museum (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 2/9/1966
Item - Donation of 3.44 million yen from Australia (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 14/9/1966
Item - Kure is considered most suitable as a sister city (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 31/8/1966
Item - Proposal for a sister city affiliation from Australia (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 4/8/1966
Item - Return of a Japanese announcer from Australia after 6 years (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 26/4/1966
Item - Sister city relationship with Geelong in Australia and receipt of relief fund for mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 26/8/1966
Show details for 19691969
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Show details for Kagawa PrefectureKagawa Prefecture
Show details for KagoshimaKagoshima
Show details for Kagoshima PrefectureKagoshima Prefecture
Show details for Kanagawa PrefectureKanagawa Prefecture
Show details for KanazawaKanazawa
Show details for KanoyaKanoya
Show details for Kao-hsiungKao-hsiung
Show details for KawasakiKawasaki
Show details for Kirun harbourKirun harbour
Show details for KôbeKôbe
Show details for KochiKochi
Show details for Kôchi PrefectureKôchi Prefecture





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