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Artillery installed on Takeshima(The Mainichi Shimbun.)

Maritime Safety Agency report Guarded by two Korean army units
According to a report received by the Maritime Safety Agency on the afternoon of the 4th, the South Koreans have built radio facilities and even installed artillery in Takeshima. The survey was conducted by the patrol boats "Oki" and "Nagara" (each 450 tons) on the 2nd, and the gist of their report was as follows. Two radio towers 10 meters high and 40 meters apart have been installed on the summit of Takeshima's main island. Wooden houses have been built beneath both of the radio towers.

Document title Artillery installed on Takeshima(The Mainichi Shimbun.)
Date created (Western calendar) October 4, 1954
Date created (Japanese era) October 4, Showa 29
Author(s) / Editor(s)
Publisher The Mainichi Newspapers
Name of publication Mainichi Shimbun, Tokyo Evening Edition (Historical Chronicle of Showa Period Newspapers 1954 Edition V)
Content An article reporting on the announcement by the Japan Coast Guard that the South Koreans had installed artillery, radio towers and other facilities on Takeshima.
Language Japanese
Public access Open
Repository Shimane Prefectural Library (Japanese Only)New Window
Medium Paper
Copies 1 page
Reference No. T1954100400102
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