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Asiatic Russia

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The Russo-Japanese War that the Japanese have published an official account of any military operations they have conducted, we should no doubt expect more revelations about themselves than about others. The actual terms of surrender at Singapore were not handed over to the British representatives. The main conditions were, as far as my memory goes, as under:(a) There must be an unconditional surrender of all Military Forces (Army, Navy and Air Force) in the Singapore area. (b) Hostilities to cease at 2030 hrs. British time, i.e. 2200 hrs. Japanese time. (c) All troops to remain in positions occupied at the time of cessation of hostilities pending further orders. (d) All weapons, military equipment, ships, aeroplanes and secret documents to be handed over to the Japanese Army intact. (e) In order to prevent looting and other disorders in Singapore Town during the temporary withdrawal of all armed forces.

Keywords:Japanese version; Russo-Japanese war; Singapore



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