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|Title||Demilitarization of Japan. Prohibition of military activity in Japan and disposition of military equipment. Code 23, file 1513|
|Collection||Foreign Office files for Japan, 1946-1952|
|Places||Australia; France; Japan; London; Manchuria; Manila; Moscow; Netherlands; New Zealand; Philippines; Soviet Union; Tokyo; United Kingdom; United States; Yokohama|
|People||Churchill, Winston; Marshall, George C; Pink, Ivor; Stratton, Samuel S; Teeling, Sir William; Trench-Gascoigne, Alvary Douglas Frederick|
|Topics||agriculture; aircraft; Allies; ambassador; ammunition; armed forces; business; civil disturbances; commodities; communism; conference; customs; demilitarisation; disarmament; disease; embassy; employment; espionage; explosives; exports; fish; fishing; gas; gendarmerie; guns; Holy See; Imperial Rule Assistance Association; import; industry; intelligence; Inter Allied Repatriation Agency; Japanese Government; media; military; military occupation; Ministry of Welfare; mobilisation; nationalism; navy; Parliamentary Question; police; population; Potsdam Declaration; power plant; press; priest; Prime Minister; production; propaganda; protest; reparations; repatriation; Secretary of State; Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; shipbuilding; socialism; submarine; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; surrender; tea; telegraphs; tin; training; uniform; Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; United Kingdom Liaison Mission; United Nations; war; weapons|
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