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Surrender Or "Take It" JAPAN FACED WITH CATACLYSMIC MIGHT N.Z.P.A.—Copyright.— Rec. 12.30 p.m. -p, . . NEW YORK, August 7. tions in o?? b ° mb r ? info 5 < : es predic " Jaoan savs th#. A«««..: 7j n L a new surrender ultimatum to iLeviSbT/kpan worfd f" thal £ il , . . L 1 ** that she must surrender Quickly or EreVapanesfS": » id weeki wfio»hov » * ? . a * ie U P their minds within six from • ° n ** ° r 366 &eir home islands mnhfcrt!* t£ W3S P° ,nted that the new bomb times. strikmc power of Super Fortresses at least 3000 , has anno ™ ced that a special session of the natter!" a3L U I" Ca " ed to discuss " interna l and foreign matters. Another broadcast warned the homeland to brace itself vtt knllT'f i f atta j ks - 11 is Possible the Japanese do not f 6I l j dai ? age caused by the first atomic bomb, for a number of broadcasts from Tokyo reported that investigations of havoc caused were still under way 36 hours after the attack. ~ , th e basis of the atomic bomb experiments in New Mexico, highly-placed Washington officials are inclined to think that the city of Hiroshima has been erased from the map. Many of the secrets connected with the new bomb are naturally-being withheld, including the method of its detonation. Aviation experts predfct that the atomic bomb will dictate the revision of air logistics as well 3S '.l I se . cu " t £ P lans ; Thus far only Britain and Canada share with the United States of the intricacies of'the new aerial terror.

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PREDICTION OF NEW ULTIMATUM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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PREDICTION OF NEW ULTIMATUM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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