51 items in this album on 3 pages.

Australian General Sir Thomas Blamey signing the surrender for Japanese forces throughout the Dutch East Indies, Morotai, 9 Sep 1945.Australian General Sir Thomas Blamey witnessing Japanese Second Army Lt General Fusataro Teshima signing the instrument of surrender for Japanese forces throughout the Dutch East Indies, Morotai, 9 Sep 1945. Photo 1 of 2Australian General Sir Thomas Blamey witnessing Japanese Second Army Lt General Fusataro Teshima signing the instrument of surrender for Japanese forces throughout the Dutch East Indies, Morotai, 9 Sep 1945. Photo 2 of 2Japanese Nakajima Ki-49 ‘Helen’ bomber at Pitoe, Morotai with staff of Japanese Lt General Fusataro Teshima from Pinrang, Celebes (now Sulawesi) to surrender the Japanese Second Army to General Thomas Blamey, 9 Sep 1945
Australian General Sir Thomas Blamey signing the surrender for Japanese forces throughout the Dutch East Indies, Morotai, 9 Sep 1945.Australian General Sir Thomas Blamey witnessing Japanese Second Army Lt General Fusataro Teshima signing the instrument of surrender for Japanese forces throughout the Dutch East Indies, Morotai, 9 Sep 1945. Photo 1 of 2Australian General Sir Thomas Blamey witnessing Japanese Second Army Lt General Fusataro Teshima signing the instrument of surrender for Japanese forces throughout the Dutch East Indies, Morotai, 9 Sep 1945. Photo 2 of 2Japanese Nakajima Ki-49 ‘Helen’ bomber at Pitoe, Morotai with staff of Japanese Lt General Fusataro Teshima from Pinrang, Celebes (now Sulawesi) to surrender the Japanese Second Army to General Thomas Blamey, 9 Sep 1945
Japanese Maj. General Michio Uno of the 37th Army lays down his sword at the feet of Australian Army Lt Colonel Ewan Murray Robson at Bandjermasin, Borneo, 17 Sep 1945.Kawanishi H6K ‘Mavis’ flying boat in surrender paint scheme abandoned at Surabaya, Java, 1945.Collapsed Ki-21 bomber, Penfoei, Timor, Dutch East Indies, 2 Oct 1945; the aircraft had an accident while bringing General K. Yamada to Timor for the surrender ceremony without anyone being hurtAdmiral Louis Mountbatten shaking hands RAAF Warrant Officer T. Hughes of No. 2 Squadron RAAF, Balikpapan, Borneo, 10 Dec 1945
Japanese Maj. General Michio Uno of the 37th Army lays down his sword at the feet of Australian Army Lt Colonel Ewan Murray Robson at Bandjermasin, Borneo, 17 Sep 1945.Kawanishi H6K ‘Mavis’ flying boat in surrender paint scheme abandoned at Surabaya, Java, 1945.Collapsed Ki-21 bomber, Penfoei, Timor, Dutch East Indies, 2 Oct 1945; the aircraft had an accident while bringing General K. Yamada to Timor for the surrender ceremony without anyone being hurtAdmiral Louis Mountbatten shaking hands RAAF Warrant Officer T. Hughes of No. 2 Squadron RAAF, Balikpapan, Borneo, 10 Dec 1945
Canadian Ford CMP truck in post-war service as an ambulance in Java, circa 1948.Canadian Ford CMP truck in post-war service as an ambulance in Poerworedjo, Java (now Purworejo), 1 Dec 1948.Anti-submarine warfare carrier Ticonderoga with her rails manned, Sunda Strait, 24 Apr 1971
Canadian Ford CMP truck in post-war service as an ambulance in Java, circa 1948.Canadian Ford CMP truck in post-war service as an ambulance in Poerworedjo, Java (now Purworejo), 1 Dec 1948.Anti-submarine warfare carrier Ticonderoga with her rails manned, Sunda Strait, 24 Apr 1971

51 items in this album on 3 pages.



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