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9.IUNM1HG: JAP.ANiSE MAPS, H.C. HILL INV"'~IOATICN, CORRESPON~CE, DEATH <F CAPT. JOHN
BrOCH (BOXES 15-16. Jl'OLIlERS 219-225)
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File No.
Folder
KUNMING_
Sl-KAPS_l
219)Japanese Haps (How to Read _ Thirty maps of Palau, ~oto, ~aka,
Chichijima, She~a Ialands; two copies of a typescript explaining
Japanese maps, 11 pp. eaoh, n.d.
220)Har~ CHill _ Investigation of oharge of assault ~ Major
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Harry C.
Hill and Capt. Julian Fl. Niemczyk of Canton ass Field Station upon
Anthony Christopher Hale on the night of 11-12 Oet.1945, 121 pp.
221)B1rd-Eagle _ Correspondence re withdrawal of ass fonn Hsian. 20 pp.,
Aug. _Sept. 1945.
222) OSS CT Correspondence - Correspondence re personnel; personal.
history lStatements, )1 pp., 194.5-46.
22)Pers/Whitaker _ Col.John T.Wh1taker, ass Chungking, cammendation and
award, 24 pp., Aug._Sept. 1945.
224) Lt..Guy Martin
_ Assignment of Lt.Martin, June_July 1945.
22.5)Death of Capt. John Birch _ ass Capt. John M. Birch. killed on August
25, 194.5 between ld. Chuan and Hwang Ko in the Shantung Peninsula by
qy Chinss8 CoalmuniBt Troops; cOITVspondence, cabl.es, t.estimol'\Y of Tung
Fu Kuan, reports and accowtts, wo six JIIX 4 11 positive and six negative
photographs showing the bod;y
126 pp., Aug. 194,5...Ka.r. 1946.
10.KUNHDIG: SECR6'T INT&.LIOENCE, FRENCH INDO-CHINA, AiRIAL PwrooRAPHS AND SKEl'CHES OF
BRIIXlBS DI CHINA (BOX 16, FOLDERS 226-221)
lo1der
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1CUWaNG_
SLPH01'O-l
226)Aerial Pbotographs of French Indo-Ch1na - Twenty-five aerial
photographs, grid squares 1apoeed, o~ Saigon, Hanoi, Haiphong,
Ninh Binh, Namh Dinh and otmr Vietnameae cities r~1ng trom
lOll x 19 11 to 22 11 X 29 11 in size, prepared by the 18th Photo
Intell1gence Det., 14th Air Force, 1944.
227 )Sketebes of Bridges in China Done from Aerial Pbotograpb8 ­
Tb1rt1'-tive sketches of bridges, approx. 12 11 x 18" in size, and
an alphabetical list, 1944.
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