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Now there’s a growing movement for repatriation of these items.
In June 1907 the repatriation of the Chinese coolies began; it was completed in February 1910.
The Government declined to make any arrangement for their repatriation.
CHITTA RANJANSUKUMAR RANJAN DAS
They were also making arrangements for the repatriation of the Coolies.
CHITTA RANJANSUKUMAR RANJAN DAS
My misgivings seem to be proving true, and repatriation is more likely to prove compulsory than voluntary.
FREEDOM'S BATTLEMAHATMA GANDHI
They are apparently asked to contribute out of their wages to a repatriation fund.
Immediate repatriation without reciprocity of all Allied prisoners of war and civil populations evacuated from their homes.
Provision will be made for the repatriation of German nationals and of German subjects holding property.
Repatriation is conditional on the immediate release of any Allied subjects still in Germany.
However, the repatriation of German prisoners of war interned in Holland and Switzerland shall continue as before.
AMERICA'S WAR FOR HUMANITYTHOMAS HERBERT RUSSELL

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