Feb. 4, 1945

Just after tenko last evening we heard considerable M.G. fire. This continued and increased in intensity. There was marked activity throughout the night - small arms probably tanks and light artillery demolition, pyrotechnics, fires etc. Everyone was inside from 7:00 P.M. on but little sleeping was done. The Japanese guards in the compound were on..

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December 25, 1944

Christmas Day - very successful - candy and prunes lugao with extra rice flour hoarded issue (150 given per man instead of usual 125 gm.) and chocolate malted milk, hot drink with 15 cans of evaporated milk added. At 9; 00 AM. I had Col. Vanderboget M.C. Com. McCrucken U.S.N. and Maj McLaughlin U.S.A. as..

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December 17, 1944

Still on A.R. but no activity. Area fairly well cleaned up, but still have many beds to move. Made complete rounds of area and thing are running quite smoothly. There is a dearth of corps men and very few patients well enough to work on utilities. Four N.P. patients have been transferred to #5 and..

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