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Girls who have been demobilised now live in local communities.
Another 88,000 were demobilised in July 1946, 40,000 in December 1946 and 40,000 in June 1947.
In September 1945, the Canadian Division was demobilised for the second time.
Leading the drive is a cooperative of demobilised guerillas from Eritrea's successful war for independence from Ethiopia.
The 600 are among 3,000 children expected to be demobilised from Cobra forces in the GPAA.
He said, They came to the district around April last year and were around until somewhere in September when they demobilised because of heavy rains .
Program of Humanitarian Attention to the Demobilised, by Lowe-SSP3-'FARC Operation Christmas Campaign' (Awarded: Grand Prix, Best International paper, Best Social Value paper, and a Gold award)
The treaty of Versaille punished Germany heavily for WWI; demilitarisation meant large numbers of demobilised soldiers thrown on the dole; massive compensation payments made building a new economy virtually impossible.
The branch was founded in 1945 to provide fellowship and welfare for the men and women demobilised at the end of the war.
An MoD spokesman last night said: "When a member of the TA is in active service they are treated exactly the same as a regular soldier, but once they are demobilised their medical treatment is handed over to the NHS.
Landmine clearance is painstaking and dangerous but it does provide employment, often for demobilised soldiers.
He said 124 of them officially demobilised, but it appeared that an unspecified number of fighters took off their uniforms and left.
By Bonifacio Taban Kuich July 22, 2013 (BENTIU) -- At least 20 children, demobilised under the country's Disarmament, Demobilisation and Re-integration (DDR) program were on Tuesday re-united with their parents.