Japanese Ambassador Said To Be Convinced HELD BY U.S. AUTHORITIES Rec. 10.30 a.m. LONDON, July 24. The American troops guarding 100 members of the Japanese diplomati™ staff formerly ajagmed im Berlin believe as a result of talking to the Japanese thai, the Ambassa Hnr Lieutenant-General Hirosm Oshima would urge the Japanese Government to comply immediately with the Allied demand f orui return tional surrender if he could return VhlsTs' reported by the Associated vf SS n rM^ r that°Oshima belilves this h ?hl lilht Of -his awn experiences in the lxgnt oi " t d him that whlch under any conditions is surrender under any ag oyer . returned to J £P ar^ mer ican diploStjc'rethough* $ State Department might .attempt^ to |§h-ranking officers hke united States forces on Bataan. .
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FAVOURS SURRENDER, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945
FAVOURS SURRENDER Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945
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