Navy and R.A.F. Comings and Goings Out East
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MEN OF FORCE W , the naval force whose plans to make assault landings in the Port Swettenham and Port Dickson areas of Malaya became inoperative
by reason of the surrender of Japanese forces in S.E. Asia on September P., 1945, were inspected ^t Singapore by Lord Louis Mountbatten, Supreme
Allied Comm ander S.E. Asia, at a recent farewell parade (top), when some 2,500 officers and men were assembled. From Britain, R.A.F. personnel
recently arrived at Hongkong (below) to replace others due for demobilization. PAGE 6 4 5 I’ltotos, British Oflicia.1
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