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P.A. WELLINGTON, Wednesday. A warm tribute was paid all members of the United Nations by the Prime Minister, Mr. Fraser, at a function held in his Department this afternoon to mark the occasion of Japans capitulation. Representatives of the majority of the consulates in \\ ellington were present Mr. Fraser spoke eulogistically of i which ail members of the United Nations had contributed to victory The United States Minister, Mr. K. S. Patton, the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom, Sir Patrick Duff, the Chinese Consul, Mr. Pen ang the High Commissioner for Australia, Mr. T. G. de L. D'Alton the Consul for the Netherlands, M e' SJw 0, n and . th ?, Hi S h Commissioner for Canada, Dr. W. A. Riddell

of the Opposition, Mr. Holland, paid a tribute to the way in which Mr. Fraser had led the Dominion during the war period and at his call the gathering toasted Mr

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THE UNITED NATIONS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 193, 16 August 1945

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THE UNITED NATIONS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 193, 16 August 1945

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