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WITH SPLEENS SWOLLEN WITH MALARIA and bodies wasted from starvation, many children in the Solomon Islands, dominated by the Japanese for years, present a pitiful sight. Good food and medical attention work wonders, as the photograph on the right shows. —r.n.z.a.f. photograph

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WITH SPLEENS SWOLLEN WITH MALARIA and bodies wasted from starvation, many children in the Solomon Islands, dominated by the Japanese for years, present a pitiful sight. Good food and medical attention work wonders, as the photograph on the right shows. —r.n.z.a.f. photograph, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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WITH SPLEENS SWOLLEN WITH MALARIA and bodies wasted from starvation, many children in the Solomon Islands, dominated by the Japanese for years, present a pitiful sight. Good food and medical attention work wonders, as the photograph on the right shows. —r.n.z.a.f. photograph Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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