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What is it? / translation?

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    Does anyone know what this paper is? It was in the estate of a WWII medical officer.

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    sorry for it being a little blurry. My hands aren't that steady before my coffee.

    Thank you
    Matt

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    Kanji ?

    Best,

    Jan

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    It's a public statement from the US Army Supreme Allied Commander to city residents. The first paragraph states the US Army does not want to openly injure Japanese soldiers who have become powerless.

    Sorry, translating is not my field and requires tooooo much effort from me. This document might have been issued by the G-5 (Civil Affairs) staff.

    Cheers,
    --Guy

    Title:
    米軍総司令官より市民への聲明書

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    touché Jan

    Guy, that's a lot more than I could have ever come up with.

    Greatly appreciated

    Matt

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    Second sentence:

    In that regard, the following directive protects everybody's obligations/duty and is also for the sake of all.

    urrgh! We need a native-speaker to give a quick gloss of this document.

    --Guy

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