Surrender of Italy, Germany and Japan, World War II
Part III. Surrender of Japan, pp. -111 ff.
fortresses and other fortified areas together with plans and drawings of all such fortifications, installa- tions and establishments. (d) All factories, plants, shops, research institu- tions, laboratories, testing stations, technical data, patents, plans, drawings and inventions designed or intended to produce or to facilitate the production or use of all implements of war and other material and property used or intended for use by any military or part-military organization in connection with its operations. (7) The Japanese Imperial General Headquarters shall furnish to the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers within (time limit) of receipt of this order complete lists of all the items specified in para- graphs A, B, and D of section 6 above, indicating the numbers, types, and locations of each. (8) The manufacture and distribution of all arms, ammunition, and implements of war will cease forth- with. (9) With respect to United Nations prisoners-of- war and civilian internees in the hands of Japanese or Japanese-controlled authorities: (a) The safety and well-being of all United Nations prisoners-of-war and civilian internees will be scrupu- lously preserved to include the administrative and supply service essential to provide adequate food, shelter, clothing, and medical care until such respon- sibility is undertaken by the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers. (b) Each camp or other place of detention of United Nations prisoners of war and civilian internees together with its equipment, stores, records, arms, and ammunition will be delivered immediately to the
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