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JAPS' LAST STAND

SOUTH BOUGAINVILLE

Australians Reach Vital Plantation Areas

Rec 1.30 p.m. MANILA,'. July 25. Describing how the Australians ESSB 3&S£S33b; him Before tneir wi T aDaneS e concenSdTufentSL'oFTar supplies Australian Corps futumn over the J?* °* £°iUef estimated Japan^ 0 °» Th e S Japanese remain at 17,000. A" i ead | rf Lieutenantnde^i th Kanda y wno is commanding General Kanaa, wuu Japanese the remnants> of theggg than.lso Arm y- ,„ tZ Lnq and an abundant 4in artillery nQ dU al purpose ££& used devastatingly reached the The Australians n* d& must garden area, where £ hlS n,?hbe?on<i the plantation further south beyon absence of areas because natural foodo. 4/-ITTTI 115

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JAPS' LAST STAND, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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JAPS' LAST STAND Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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