hawkeye (hawkeye7) wrote,

National Archives (#2)

Returned to the archives to check out the extra file that I had asked for. Not only did they pull this for me overnight but somehow they managed to declassify another file for me in just one day! This never happens in Canberra... they have 30 days to declassify a document and usually take all of them. What we need is mass declassification of documents over thirty years old. The overwhelming majority are merely Not Yet Examined, meaning that no one has asked to see them yet.

Now I have copies of the beachmasters' reports on Oboe I, II and VI.

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