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Open letter to Japan National Archives (3)
Sugihara Seishiro 2-18-15-504 Niiza, Shin-Niiza City, Saitama Prefecture 〒352-0006 March 16, 2020 Mr. Kato Takeo Director Japan …
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The Travel Diaries of Albert Einstein: The Far East, Palestine & Spain 1922-1923
The Travel Diaries of Albert Einstein: The Far East, Palestine & Spain 1922-1923 Edited by Ze’ev Rosenkranz Princeton University Press…
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JAPAN’S MASTER PLAN FOR VICTORY: WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN No.4 CHAPTER 3
Chapter 3: Simulations validate PREDICTIONS OF victories I. Premises of the simulations 1. Japan had superior war potential at start of …
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Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea Part 4 , Chapter 17,18
Chapter 17: The fiction of “the forced abduction of comfort women” Let us look into the sordid nonsense of the “forced abduction of comfo…
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Open letter to Japan National Archives (2)
Sugihara Seishiro 2-18-15-504 Niiza, Shin-Niiza City, Saitama Prefecture 〒352-0006 January 17, 20…
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Response from Japan National Archives
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Japan’s role in Sri Lanka gaining independence
Japan’s role in Sri Lanka gaining independence By Senaka Weeraratna (Note: Mr. Senaka Weeraratna, Attorney – at – law, delivered the key…
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Statement to UN Human Rights Council protesting the invitation of Chinese President Xi Jinping as State Guest of Japan
United Nations A/HRC/43/NGO/X General Assembly Distr.: General XX February 2020 English only Human Rights Council Forty-third sess…
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Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea Part 4 , Chapter 15,16
Chapter 15: Koreans came over to Japan of their own accord A great number of Koreans came looking for jobs It is clear that so-called …
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