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  Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers General Order no. One
The enclosure is the final form approved by the President of the United States on 17 August 1945 and issued by the Imperial General Headquarters on 2 September 1945.
All Japanese and Japanese-controlled military and civil authorities shall aid and assist the occupation of Japan and Japanese-controlled areas by forces of the Allied Powers.
The Japanese Imperial General Headquarters and appropriate Japanese officials shall be prepared on instructions from Allied occupation commanders to collect and deliver all arms in the possession of the Japanese civilian population.
www.taiwanadvice.com /gen_order1.htm   (1370 words)

  
  Treaty of Sevres, 1920
The Allied Powers shall not be bound to recognise in territory detached from Turkey the validity of the grant of any concession granted by the Turkish Government or by Turkish local authorities after October 29, 1914, nor the validity of the transfer of any concession effected after that date.
The Allied Powers will communicate to the Financial Comission, within one year from the coming into force of the present Treaty, the list of eompanies, institutions and establishments in which they consider that their nationals possess a preponderant interest or are interested.
PART X. The aircraft of the Allied Powers shall have full liberty of passage and landing over and in the territory and territorial waters of Turkey, and shall enjoy the same privileges as Turkish aircraft, particularly in case of distress by land or sea.
net.lib.byu.edu /~rdh7/wwi/versa/sevres2.html   (7272 words)

  
  Sevres Treaty: Part IX   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Any balance remaining under the control of the Allied Powers as the result of such measures shall be disposed of in the manner provided in the last paragraph of Article 295.
The Allied Powers shall not be bound to recognise in territory detached from Turkey the validity of the grant of any concession granted by the Turkish Government or by Turkish local authorities after October 29, 1914, nor the validity of the transfer of any concession effected after that date.
The Allied Powers will communicate to the Financial Comission, within one year from the coming into force of the present Treaty, the list of eompanies, institutions and establishments in which they consider that their nationals possess a preponderant interest or are interested.
www.hri.org /docs/sevres/part9.html   (5224 words)

  
 Allied Powers - MSN Encarta
In World War I (1914-1918), the Allied and Associated Powers consisted of 28 nations, including Britain, France, Russia, Italy, and the United States; they were opposed by the Central Powers of Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire, and Bulgaria.
In World War II (1939-1945), the Allied Powers, including Britain, the United States, and the Soviet Union, opposed the Axis Powers of Germany, Italy, and Japan.
Allied and Associated Powers in World War I, see World War I: Introduction and following sections; League of Nations; Ferdinand I (of Romania); Ion Bratiuu; Constantine; Petar II; Edward Grey First Viscount Grey of Fallodan
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761586828/Allied_Powers.html   (217 words)

  
 The Allied Occupation of Japan
The reforms during the Allied Occupation of Japan from 1945 and 1952 imposed on the country a constitutional democracy and brought about many significant social, economic, and political changes.
The Allied Occupation of Japan occupies a unique place in the history of the world, being the only time an occupying force tried to democratize another nation by instituting sweeping political, social, and economic reforms.
Moreover, General Douglas MacArthur, as Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers (SCAP), could issue directives, both formally and informally, that had to be obeyed by the Japanese leaders and populace.
wgordon.web.wesleyan.edu /papers/alliedoc.htm   (869 words)

  
 East Asian Studies Documents: 1951 Peace Treaty between Japan and the Allied Powers
The property of any of the Allied Powers or its nationals in the areas referred to in Article 2 shall, insofar as this has not already been done, be returned by the administering authority in the condition in which it now exists.
The power to grant clemency, to reduce sentences and to parole with respect to such prisoners may not be exercised except on the decision of the Government or Governments which imposed the sentence in each instance, and on recommendation of Japan.
For the purposes of the present Treaty the Allied Powers shall be the States at war with Japan, or any State which previously formed a part of the territory of a State named in Article 23, provided that in each case the State concerned has signed and ratified the Treaty.
www.isop.ucla.edu /eas/documents/peace1951.htm   (3722 words)

  
 Allied Powers - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Allied Powers, name given to any of several alliances of countries in military opposition to another group of countries.
Versailles, Treaty of, peace treaty signed at the end of World War I between Germany and the Allies.
The first coalition, known as the Allied Powers, included the United Kingdom,...
encarta.msn.com /Allied_Powers.html   (231 words)

  
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Each of the four powers may, at its discretion, include among the forces assigned to occupation duties under the command of its commander in chief, auxiliary contingents from the forces of any other Allied power which has actively participated in military operations against Germany.
Allied troops and agencies, their equipment and supplies, on the railways, roads and other land communications or by sea, river or air.
The Allied representatives, or persons or agencies duly designated to act on their authority, will issue proclamations, orders, ordinances and instructions for the purpose of laying down such additional requirements, and of giving effect to the other provisions of this declaration.
www.ibiblio.org /pha/war.term/093_02.html   (5295 words)

  
 The Treaty of Sevres 1920 - The treaty of peace between Allied Powers and Turkey -
Any differences which may arise between the Powers as to the interpretation or execution of the provisions of this Section, and as regards Constantinople and Haidar Pasha of the provisions of Articles 335 to 344, Part Xl (Ports, Waterways, and Railways) shall be referred to the Commission.
Armenia accepts and agrees to embody in a Treaty with the Principal Allied Powers such provisions as may be deemed necessary by these Powers to protect the interests of inhabitants of that State who differ from the majority of the population in race, language, or religion.
In particular, Turkey undertakes to facilitate by every means in her power the voluntary emigration of persons desiring to avail themselves of the right to opt provided by Article 125, and to carry out any measures which may be prescribed with this object by the Council of the League of Nations.
www.geocities.com /iturks/html/documents_3.html   (9684 words)

  
 E.J. Emmett. The American Negro in the World War. Appendix C.
Outside Europe, Germany renounces all rights, titles, and privileges as to her own or her allies' territories to all the allied and associated powers and undertakes to accept whatever measures are taken by the five allied powers in relation thereto.
The allies may deal at their own discretion with German nationals who do not desire to be repatriated, all repatriation being conditional on the immediate release of any allied subjects still in Germany.
Germany is to deliver to the allied and associated powers all sums deposited in Germany by Turkey and Austria-Hungary in connection with the financial support extended by her to them during the war, and to transfer to the allies all claims against Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria or Turkey in connection with agreements made during the.
www.lib.byu.edu /estu/wwi/comment/Scott/SChA3.htm   (9212 words)

  
 ALLIED TELESYN POWERS THE NETWORK - Allied Telesis Asia Pacific   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Power over Ethernet is a technology that allows devices to receive power over existing LAN cabling, eliminating the need for separate power supplies.
Power over Ethernet switches such as the AT-8624POE can also power devices such as web cams which can be used in security applications and will provide stable uninterrupted service even in times of power failure, as the network can be backed up with a UPS system.
Allied Telesyn’s flexible service and support programmes are tailored to meet a wide range of wide range of customer needs and are designed to protect customers’ Allied Telesyn investments well into the future.
www.alliedtelesyn.sg /en-sg/corpinfo/press.asp?id=119   (801 words)

  
 Napoleon Bonaparte Internet Guide - NEW TREATY OF THE ALLIED POWERS
As the present Treaty principally relates in the present circumstances, the engagements in the Treaty of Chaumont, and particularly that contained in the 16th article, shall again recover their full force, as soon as the present object shall be attained.
On the face of it, it is a deliberate pledge on the part of all the powers not to consider the peace of Europe as secured till the Usurper shall have been driven from the throne, and his adherents shall have been punished for their perjury (perjury?) and treason.
The defection of these Powers, should it actually come to that, will prove very injurious to the general cause; but we cannot doubt that every reasonable assurance will be given to those which may have been wavering on account of supposed dangers with which they may conceive themselves to be threatened.
www.napoleonbonaparte.nl /newspaper/new_treaty_of_the_allied_powers.html   (437 words)

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