In Japan a Year After the Two Atom Bombs Fell A TOWN OF HUTS, known as “Palace Heights,” has arisen in Tokyo’s centre (l)> for the accommodation of U.S. Occupation Forces’ dependents, the first batch of whom arrived and were comfortably installed therein the spring of 1946. In the centre of this well-planned settlement is the main dining-hall in the backgrond is the tower of the Diet (Japanese Government Assembly) building. Visiting the graves of war dead in the Capital are (2) the younger brother of the Emperor and his wife, Prince and Princess Takamatsu. Shortage of foodstuffs is being countered in diverse ways—primary schools are now "keeping ”goats to supplement the milk ration. As part of the routine curriculum the children receive lessons (3)from their teachers in the care of these animals and the rearing of their kids. Goat’s milk is somewhat richer in fat than cow’s milk and is less liable to be infected with tuberculosis. WHERE PARTS FOR JAP AIRCRAFT WERE MADE pots and pans are now being manufactured. Warrant Officer Robson (5) is supervising a worker in the Teijin Seiki Co.'s factory at Iwaltuni, '.where more Spitfires recently arrived to reinforce the Air Component of the B.C.O.". Cowlings are removed (4) before the Spitfires are hoisted ashore. PAGE 290 i'liotos, Keystone, Sew York Times Photos, British Official
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