12th day, Jan. 8, 1945

We are sending Roxas & Diza back to Panay with certain things—soap and canned food—but more to look things over there & report. Being out of Panay has relieved us of the pre-occupations and pressure on our nerves caused by the strained relations with army elements. In his book, “Russia at War” Vera Micheles Dean..

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8th January 1945

Another proof that the Tokyo evacuation program is not getting along is the fact that we have been looking in vain for a house since September. Nobody's moving out and there is a long line waiting to move in. We have long wanted to move from our present apartment but so far we have been..

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Jan. 8, 1945

Compound rather quiet - cannot get past sentry to Japanese Hq. but otherwise O.K. Items from packages distributed to Sukura draft. Brief raid about 9:30 A.M., but was able to get special diets arranged. Two more weeks will use up all milk and other items that have been hoarded. Death this noon of Balaam, Harold..

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January 8, 1945

Breakfast -- thick lugao made of rice and rice flour and a small ladle of coco milk. Made hot water and made soup of coco milk, lugao, and salt. Had something hot although it was not so good. The camp is about out of salt. They never put any in the mush and I have..

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