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GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR, Allied Supreme Commander of Land Forces in the Pacific, who, according to an Associated Press message from Washington, is virtually certain to lead to Japan the occupation army of 1,000,000 or more men required in the early stages to occupy the country. Later General Mac Arthur is expected to become chairman of the Allied Control Commission in Japan.

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GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR, Allied Supreme Commander of Land Forces in the Pacific, who, according to an Associated Press message from Washington, is virtually certain to lead to Japan the occupation army of 1,000,000 or more men required in the early stages to occupy the country. Later General Mac Arthur is expected to become chairman of the Allied Control Commission in Japan., Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTHUR, Allied Supreme Commander of Land Forces in the Pacific, who, according to an Associated Press message from Washington, is virtually certain to lead to Japan the occupation army of 1,000,000 or more men required in the early stages to occupy the country. Later General Mac Arthur is expected to become chairman of the Allied Control Commission in Japan. Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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