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DURATION OF WAR

MR. TRUMAN NOT TO BE DRAWN

Rec. noon. LONDON July H). Mr. Truman, i^ United States Army ..OTgggj Stars and Stripes in Berlin, decnne to guess how long.thefcjj ir aga Japan would last if the jm* surrender in response to the American and Chinese,"" answer "No man is smart enough to answ that one," said Discussing Peaftmie c h ° e ns f n tended' Mr. Truman sad that. ne :u to place his military pou c | merican Congress in the autumn, W, ould occupation forces in E Ji ro c p o e ndi tions be returned ""ffief that these warranted. Hf-actaeu ed so forces must not D «L,.* ht be jeoquickly that peace mignt pardised.

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DURATION OF WAR, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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DURATION OF WAR Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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