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COMMANDER IN JAPAN Signs Terms At Earliest Possible Moment Rec. 1.30. WASHINGTON, Aug. 14. General Douglas Allied Supreme Commander of Land Forces in the Paclfic / 115^ s preappointed Supreme Allied com mander to receive the_surrende Japan. This statement was maae to his Press conference to-day oy President Truman. . . ar) near Authorities in Washington |PP to be virtually states me Associated Press, th Allied Arthur will lead to J aP n force 'of 1,000,000 or to occupy r a ter the early stages of occupation.^ater General Mac Arthur .is exp conbecome chairman. of thes Allied oor trol Commission in Japan- , f r Arrangements are to s ™ e n^r the formal signing oth«*■ terms at the e + arl ml, m an dismoment, President .Truman closed. The Japan l e ®® mm and to all prepared to issue a military, naval and ait m Japan, and to Japan wherever they are located, io operations and surren ler China Britain,, the United by and Russia will be -P s i gn ing high-ranking ofßcers^at of the surrender termb. must The proclamation Oa ■ oJ - t he wait on the formal .ig | re sident surrender terms, by Jap ' on f ere nce. Truman told his come "I deem this reply, the g£jj^ ati £ l , ! ance of the unconditional which specifies the unc °\ d . «m surrender of Japan, this reply there is no quaiinca

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MacARTHUR TO TAKE SURRENDER, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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MacARTHUR TO TAKE SURRENDER Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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