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Australian Army Brigadier L. G. H. Dyke, CBE DSO, signing the instrument of surrender for all Japanese forces in the Lesser Sundas, Koepang, Timor, 3 Oct 1945; photo 3 of 3Australian Lieutenant Colonel R. A. C. Muir and Dutch Colonel de Rooy inspecting a captured Japanese Ki-46 aircraft at Menado, Celebes, Dutch East Indies, 3 Oct 1945
Australian Army Brigadier L. G. H. Dyke, CBE DSO, signing the instrument of surrender for all Japanese forces in the Lesser Sundas, Koepang, Timor, 3 Oct 1945; photo 3 of 3Australian Lieutenant Colonel R. A. C. Muir and Dutch Colonel de Rooy inspecting a captured Japanese Ki-46 aircraft at Menado, Celebes, Dutch East Indies, 3 Oct 1945
Forecastle of Japanese carrier Hosho, Kure, Japan, 3 Oct 1945Hangar of light carrier Hosho, 3 Oct 1945
Forecastle of Japanese carrier Hosho, Kure, Japan, 3 Oct 1945Hangar of light carrier Hosho, 3 Oct 1945
Light carrier Hosho off Kure, Japan, 3 Oct 1945, photo 1 of 2Light carrier Hosho off Kure, Japan, 3 Oct 1945, photo 2 of 2
Light carrier Hosho off Kure, Japan, 3 Oct 1945, photo 1 of 2Light carrier Hosho off Kure, Japan, 3 Oct 1945, photo 2 of 2
Lt. Gen. K. Yamada of Japanese 48th Division signing the instrument of surrender for all Japanese forces in the Lesser Sundas, Koepang, Timor, 3 Oct 1945, photo 1 of 3Lt. Gen. K. Yamada of Japanese 48th Division signing the surrender of the Lesser Sundas, Timor, 3 Oct 1945; Australian Pilot Officer E Weatherstone & Brigadier LGH Dyke look on; photo 2 of 3
Lt. Gen. K. Yamada of Japanese 48th Division signing the instrument of surrender for all Japanese forces in the Lesser Sundas, Koepang, Timor, 3 Oct 1945, photo 1 of 3Lt. Gen. K. Yamada of Japanese 48th Division signing the surrender of the Lesser Sundas, Timor, 3 Oct 1945; Australian Pilot Officer E Weatherstone & Brigadier LGH Dyke look on; photo 2 of 3


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