From: Manila (Nihro)
15 November 1941
1. It has been ascertained that the ship of my #757*, paragraph 2, was a British transport, the AWATEA which entered port at the same time under convoy, (12000 or 13000 tons, 700 or 800 soldiers on board). Both ships sailed again on the evening of the 14th, destination unknown.
2. On the afternoon of the 14th, 4 destroyers, 11 submarines, 1 minelayer, entered port.
3. Ships in port on the 15th:
JD-1:6754 25237 (H) Navy Trans. 11-25-41 (AR)
*JD-1: 6503 (SIS #24780). Re movements of U. B. Naval and British Naval craft in Manila area
(EXHIBITS OF JOINT COMMITTEE , EXHIBIT NO. 2 JAPANESE MESSAGES CONCERNING MILITARY INSTALLATIONS, SHIP MOVEMENTS, ETC.)