Surrender of Italy, Germany and Japan, World War II
Part III. Surrender of Japan, pp. -111 ff.
complete information with respect to Japan and all areas under Japanese control as follows: (a) Lists of all land, air, and antiaircraft units showing locations and strengths in officers and men. (b) Lists of all aircraft, military, naval and civil, giving complete information as to the number, type, location, and condition of such aircraft. (c) Lists of all Japanese and Japanese-controlled naval vessels, surface and submarine and auxiliary naval craft in or out of commission and under con- struction, giving their position, condition, and move- ment. (d) Lists of all Japanese and Japanese-controlled merchant ships of over 100 gross tons in or out of commission and under construction, including mer- chant ships formerly belonging to any of the United Nations now in Japanese hands, giving position, condition, and movement. (e) Complete and detailed information, accom- panied by maps showing locations and layouts of all mines, mine fields, and other obstacles to movement by land, sea, and air and the safety lanes in connec- tion therewith. (f) Locations and descriptions of all military instal- lations and establishments, including airfields, sea- plane bases, antiaircraft defenses, ports and naval bases, storage depots, permanent and temporary land and coast fortifications, fortresses and other fortified areas. (g) Locations of all camps and other places of detention of United Nations prisoners of war and civilian internees. (3) Japanese armed forces and civil aviation au- thorities will insure that all Japanese military and 103
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