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[Military officers on the deck of the USS Missouri for the Japanese Surrender of WWII]

Description: Photograph relating to the signing of the Japanese Instrument of Surrender that ended WWII. Allied military officers stand on the deck of the USS Missouri. From left to right on the front row are: Lt. General Kuzma Derevyando of the U.S.S.R.; General Sir Thomas Blamey of Australia; Colonel Lawrence Moore Cosgrave of Canada; General Jacques LeClerc of France; Vice Admiral Conrad E.L. Helfrich of the Netherlands; and Air Vice Marshall Leonard M. Isitt of New Zealand.
Date: September 2, 1945
Creator: Kahl, Kalvin Henry
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Soldiers in Japan]

Description: Photograph of a group of soldiers standing outside a house in Japan. They are all dressed in military uniforms. There is a document attached that describes the photo further and identifies the people in the photo as Meyer Ueoka, Bob Troxel, William Wooldridge, Walter W. Buckley, Danny Sughrue, Harold Pfahl, Bob Norman, Harold Buck, Neba, Mitsugi, Jun Tanizawa, George Yoshinaga, Fats Takatsuka.
Date: 194u-11
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[General Douglas MacArthur addresses dignitaries at the signing of the Japanese Surrender]

Description: Photograph relating to the signing of the Japanese Instrument of Surrender which ended WWII. General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Allied Commander, address the crowd at the beginning of the ceremony. Behind him from left to right stand: General Hsu Yung-Chang of China; Admiral Sir Bruce A. Fraser, Royal Navy; Lt. General Kuzma Derevyanko of the U.S.S.R.; and General Sir Thomas Blamey of Australia.
Date: September 2, 1945
Partner: Heritage House Museum

Know Your Enemy: Japan!

Description: A pamphlet published during World War II about Japan, organized into sections answering ten questions: I. How large is the Japanese Empire? -- II. Is Japan self-sufficient in food? -- III. Is Japan self-sufficient in raw materials? -- IV. How will Japan's conquests in Southern Asia affect her raw material position? -- V. If Japan is so poor in raw materials, how was she able to become a great industrial power? -- VI. What are the present living standards of the Japanese people? -- VII. Who owns Japanese banks and industry? -- VIII. How is Japan governed? -- IX. Are there Trade Unions in Japan? -- X. What is Japan's naval and military strength?
Date: 1942
Creator: Jenkinson, Anthony
Partner: Arlington Historical Society’s Fielder House Museum

[Soldier in Japan]

Description: Photograph of an unidentified soldier standing in front of the wreckage of a house. There is a sign warning against attacking U.S. soldiers in the background.
Date: [1945..1946]
Partner: The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum

Japan and South China Seas.

Description: Map shows geography, political boundaries, towns, and cities in Japan and part of China. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Includes location diagram. Scale [ca. 1:4,000,000].
Date: 1945
Creator: United States Army Map Service
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library