Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact

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Moteki Hiromichi

Moteki Hiromichi
Secretary General, Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact

Moteki Hiromichi was born in Tokyo in 1941 and is a graduate of Tokyo University’s Department of Economics. After working for Fuji Electric Company and the International Wool Secretariat, he founded the publishing company Sekai Shuppan in 1990. In cooperation with the American company Mangajin, Inc., Mr. Moteki published Mangajin, an educational magazine on Japan containing bilingual comic books for Japanese language learners. He is also the secretary of the Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact. Mr. Moteki is the author of such Japanese language works as, “The Ministry of Education is Destroying the English Language”, “Doing Away with English in Elementary School”, and “The Pitfall of Pressure-Free Education”, as well as the co-author of “Doing Away with English Language Education in Elementary School”, “Pressure-Free Education is Destroying the Country”, “Why Is China Coming to Take the Senkaku Islands” and “Who Started the US vs Japanese War? – Analyzing ex-president Hoover’s Freedom Betrayed. He has translated English books into Japanese including Thomas D. Luckey’s “Don’t Fear Radiation!”, and James B. Wood’s “Japanese Military Strategy in the Pacific War: Was Defeat Inevitable?”