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Japanese Independence And Defensibility, September 1951–December 1952

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This chapter presents a list of 23 letters written during the period September 1951 - December 1952 during the occupation era. Some of the letters are written by; include Arleigh Burke to Kichisaburo Nomura, William Pratt to Nomura, William Richards Castle to Nomura, Grew to Nomura, Harold M. Martin to Nomura, and Daniel F. Kimball to Nomura. Kimball succeeded Francis P.Matthews as secretary of the navy in July 1951 and held that position until the end of the Truman Administration in January 1953. He met with Nomura in early 1952, and subsequently submitted to Nomura U.S. Navy plans for a reconstituted Japanese naval and military force. From March 1951 until March 1952, Vice Admiral Martin served as commander of the Seventh Fleet. He was subsequently assigned commander of the Pacific Fleet Naval Air Force, with headquarters at Naval Air Station, North Island, near San Diego, California.

Keywords: Arleigh Burke; Harold M. Martin; Kichisaburo Nomura; William Richards Castle



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