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|Title||Japanese shipbuilding industry; removal of restrictions; meetings of the Shipbuilding Advisory Committee. Code FJ file 1391 (papers 56 to end)|
|Collection||Foreign Office files for Japan, 1946-1952|
|Places||Burma; China; East Asia; France; Germany; Hong Kong; India; Japan; Kobe; Korea; Kure; Kuril Islands; London; Malaya; Manila; Netherlands; Norway; Osaka; Philippines; Singapore; Thailand; Tokyo; United Kingdom; United States; Wuhu; Yili; Yokohama; Zhenjiang|
|People||Trench-Gascoigne, Alvary Douglas Frederick|
|Topics||agriculture; air force; Allies; ambassador; anti-foreign feeling; armed forces; automobiles; banks; barter; broadcast; business; China Merchants Steam Navigation Company; coal; commodities; communications; communism; compensation; concession; conference; crime; currency; customs; defence; dock; economy; elections; embassy; employment; engineers; explosives; exports; fish; fishing; Health; Imperial Rule Assistance Association; import; industry; Inter Allied Repatriation Agency; iron; Japanese Government; Japanese yen; judicial system; Korean War; labour; media; military; military law; military occupation; mining; Ministry of Food; Mitsubishi Co., Ltd; nationalism; navigation; navy; oil; peace treaty; People's Liberation Army; police; power plant; press; propaganda; protest; radio; railway; rice; Secretary of State; Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs; shipbuilding; shipping; ships; smuggling; steel; sterling; strikes; Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers; tank; telegraphs; trade; training; treaties; uniform; United Kingdom Liaison Mission; United Nations; Vickers-Armstrongs; war; water; weapons; wheat|
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