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Item - 10 adoption requests for 75 mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 11/10/1959
Item - 18 mixed-blood children enter primary schools - Kure Education Board does its best (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 22/1/1956
Item - A Canadian officer the first to propose to adopt a Japanese child (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 23/1/1955
Item - Administration of assistance measures for mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 31/1/1959
Item - Applications for adoption of 16 mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 27/8/1958
Item - Arrival of the first Australian delegation to investigate the conditions of mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 9/3/1960
Item - Australain soldier killed a child in a road accident (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 8/9/1952
Item - Australian air force captain to be involved in survey of mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 15/5/1960
Item - Australian clergyman requests the Municipal Council to facilitate the adoption of mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 5/10/1957
Item - Australian couple plan to visit Kure to save mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 26/7/1962
Item - Charity activities in Australia to save mixed-blood children in Kure (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 31/7/1965
Item - Christmas presents from Sergeant Ryan to orphans (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 11/12/1949
Item - Clergyman in Iwakuni requests help for half-Australian children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 29/11/1957
Item - Clothes for the poor from Lions Clubs (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 19/12/1961
Item - Committee to protect children of the Kure base (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 9/1/1954
Item - Construction of shelters for mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 19/4/1958
Item - Correspondence between students in Kure and Australia after young girl's letter (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 13/1/1950
Item - Court-martial of an Australian soldier who ran over a child (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 9/9/1952
Item - Deadlock on migration of mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 29/5/1958
Item - Demand for policy on mixed-blood children by Kure Municipal Council (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 3/9/1957
Item - Departure of an exceptional foreign foster mother - letter of thanks from the mayor of Kure (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 2/8/1961
Item - Discussion about mixed-blood children policy by the Youth Affairs Committee (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 20/11/1957
Item - Distribution of donations for mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 5/2/1961
Item - Distribution of donations to mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 13/12/1958
Item - Donation of 210,000 yen for mixed-blood children from Australia (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 15/12/1961
Item - Donation of clothing from an Australian woman for mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 14/6/1961
Item - Education fund from Australia for half-Australian half-Japanese children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 11/1/1969
Item - Education policies concerning mixed-blood children (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 13/5/1955
Item - Eleven mixed-blood children start primary school: Kure Education Board prevents discrimination (series BCOF related newspaper articles): 18/3/1956





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