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Syonan Shimbun, 8 June 1942

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THE SYONAN TIMES 140 Cecil Street, Syonon-to Telephone 5471. ISo. 93 MOIVD4Y, JUISE 8, KOKI 2602, SYOWA 17 5 Cents

OUR SUBMARINES ATTACK BASE IN MADAGASCAR [ARTICLE]

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OUR SUBMARINES ATTACK BASE IN MADAGASCAR Serious Damage Inflicted On British Battleship And Light Cruiser ENEMY WARSHIP SUNK IN SYDNEY HARBOUR EXPLOIT Tokyo, June 5. Domei. HAI-HONYEI announced at 5 p.m. to-day that special submarine units of the Imperial Navy in a surprise attack at dawn on May 31 on

ALLIED INFLUENCE IN E. ASIA EXTERMINATED [ARTICLE]

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ALLIED INFLUENCE IN E. ASIA EXTERMINATED Our Commander's Message Successes Of Our Forces Have Startled The World ALLIED influence in East Asia has now been completely exterminated by our Forces declared Lieut.-General Tomoyuki Yamasila, Com-mander-in-Chief of the Nippon Expeditionary Forces in Malaya, who addressed pressmen on Friday afternoon. Our Forces'

MANABE TUKAE NIPPON-GO [ARTICLE]

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MANABE TUKAE NIPPON-GO anti-aircraft guns, besides other smaller guns. The Arethusa was launched in March 1934. Its length is 480 feet beam 51 and carries a complement of 450. She is armed with Sydney on the night of May 31, sank an enemy warship. It added that, of the special

All Queen Elizabeth Type Ships Out Of Action [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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All Queen Elizabeth Type Ships Out Of Action Tokyo, June 6, Domei. ALL five British battleships of the Queen Elizabeth class have been sunk or damaged since the outbreak of the European War. Naval Commentators here asserted, declanns that yesterday afternoon's Dai-Honyi announcement that our special submarine* in a surprise

TOKYO JOURNAL FLAYS AMERICAN HYPOCRISY [ARTICLE]

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TOKYO JOURNAL FLAYS AMERICAN HYPOCRISY "World Unsafe Until Rid Of U. S. Moral Pretensions" Tokyo, June 6, Domel. fJIfiCUSSING the article In the June number of the Ame rlcan Harper's magazine, which urges the United Statet* to attempt indiscriminate bombing of Nippon's civilian population, the Japan Times Advertiser, levelled justified

Collapse Of Chungking Resistance Imminent [ARTICLE]

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Collapse Of Chungking Resistance Imminent Tokyo, June 5. Demel. rpHE successful Nippon mlutarj. operations In the eastern and southern parts of Chia*. resulting in the occupation of important Chungking: bases one after another, have completely frustrated Chungking's meticulous plans to carry out guerilla warfare against Nippon in close concert with

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LEARN NIPPON-GO! (NITPON-GO O TtJRAIMASTO!) LESSON No. 90. Rntilsfe Nippon Go Pronunciation Tree VI kee cherry (tree) sakura no ki aahkoorah noh kee cherry (flower) sakura no hana sahkoorah noh hahnah cherry (fruit) rakurambo <ahkoorahmboh weU (forwater) ido "d°h behind no usnlro nl n°h oosheeron nee what tree b Vor*

Enemy Troops In Chekiang Tapped [ARTICLE]

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Enemy Troops In Chekiang Tapped sr»- 2 despatches said that the en«my.! corcpoeed of troop, of Chungking's| 32nd and 22nd Divisions, was gradually being beaten back in the tarrlflc, L^slEf ln WhlCh OUr tiooVs The d^patche. revved that other Chunrtlnr troops around rhurhow. which lost their con. munlcatlon route when

Thailand To Open Consulate In Nippon [ARTICLE]

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Thailand To Open Consulate In Nippon T,ky 0 June 5. Domel. THE Asahl In a special dUpatch from x Bangkok report* that the Thai Government li contemplating the establishment of a full-fledged ConsulateGeneral in Nippon, in anticipation of ssshss arrangement, negotiations for which n o W under v R will

BLACK-OUT IN U.S. EASTERN SEABOARD [ARTICLE]

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BLACK-OUT IN U.S. EASTERN SEABOARD I Lisbon, June 8, Domel. TN order to meet the ever-increasing menace of Axis air raids upon the east coaat of the United States, it Is reported that a black-out will be enforced throughout the coastal areas of New York and New Jersey, accord-

CURFEW RESTRICTIONS LIFTED IN EAST INDIES [ARTICLE]

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CURFEW RESTRICTIONS LIFTED IN EAST INDIES Jun. Donxei. fjURPBW rertrtcUons, which had SSTWSU^ISS effective f£n t?-day? Ie Nippon Military Administration ln the Easi. indies announced ln a proclamation, according to an Asahl report from Batavia. Civilians since the latter part of March had been prohibited from moving" about between the

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NOTICE 1 Re-estabiishment Of Postal Services, nuanE 'rj-.? business will be from 9.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and from 3.30 n til to 630 D m i *J fnrm»rK deliver* of co?rtpVndence'wiS be effect- 1 from both offices: and dtllveri* from the Naval Base Office will cover the Nee Soon

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I notification A 7^. Ash<* of Path-Husk This is to the public £»con™™ SYONAN TOKt'BETU-SI. Dated Ju fi 2fio atcq June 6, 260*. NOTICE n\IA«VL Police Mrrliril route IVieaicai Department In CMt death, where a Qualified medical practitioner not *«v«n a certificate of thp <%a»se of death, a report g

Roosevelt's "Design For Living" Plan Doomed [ARTICLE]

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Roosevelt's "Design For Living" Plan Doomed "American Principles Violated," Says Well-known Writer Tokyo, June 5, Domei. ROOSEVELT'S seven-point design-for-living for Americans, delivered in a message to Congress on April 27, calling for a drastic reduction in the living standards of the American people, cannot be expected to succeed, as it

More Effective Anti-Plague Vaccine Found [ARTICLE]

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More Effective Anti-Plague Vaccine Found Tokyo, June 5. Domel. PITTING her slim shoulders alongside the Nippon medical authorities In Java In the grim fight against the dreaded scourge of bubonic plague is a young Tokyo-educated native of Palembang. Dr. Victoria Fisher, reports the Asahl. This attractive youn~ doctor Is working

Thailand's Place In East Asia [ARTICLE]

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Thailand's Place In East Asia Saigon. June 8. Dome!. \\R Tubokami, Niopon Ambassador to Banrkok. hailing the growing Intimate relations between Nippon and Thailand following the conclusion of ihe Offensive and Defensive Alliance between the two countries, said that Nipoon. responding to Thailand's needs should help the country to improve

ALIENS REGISTER IN BATAVIA [ARTICLE]

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ALIENS REGISTER IN BATAVIA Batavia. June 5. Domei. |T Is learnt thi*t more than 32.700 aliens residing In Batavia cnmDletei their registration by May 31. With both sexes nearly equally dlvldrd. Chinese national* fcmied the largest number of aliens with more than 18.900 registrants or 60 per cent, of the

Nippon-Go Radio Courses For Syonan Schools [ARTICLE]

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Nippon-Go Radio Courses For Syonan Schools TTiiK Syonan Broadcasting Station which recently resumed regular broadcasts, inaugurated on Thursday daily courses in Nippon-go in order to meet the crowing desire of Malayans to learn more about Nippon. Receiving sets have been installed in 87 local elementary schools to transmit radio lessons

Food Shortage In West Africa [ARTICLE]

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Food Shortage In West Africa Istanbul, June <J, Domel. WITH the control of sealanes In Indian Ocean lo6t by the British since the incursion of the Nippon Navy there, widespread food shortage is belnq felt throughout West Africa causing extreme dissatisfaction and grumbling among the local inhabitants, according to a

Development Bank Branch In Syonan [ARTICLE]

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Development Bank Branch In Syonan Tokyo, June 5. Domel. THE Southern Regions Development 1 Bank, which was established by tha Nippon Government earlier this year at the chief organ for financing re. construction and other developmental projects in the Southern Regions, has made arrangements to open branch offices in Manila

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Churchill's dilemma over India and Ceylon, now threatened by our forces. An impression by Cartoonist Yosino.

Allied Nations Facing Collapse [ARTICLE]

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Allied Nations Facing Collapse —Charles Nell. THE power of a nation depends not upon its army, navy or air force, but upon Its industrial resources and sources of raw materials. The greatest power in the world, cut off from its sources of raw material, must eventually collapse. This war began

Population Experts To Hold Meeting [ARTICLE]

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Population Experts To Hold Meeting Tokyo, June 5. DomeL THE 14th meeting of population experts will be held to-morrow at th» Welfare Ministry under the auspices of the Ministry's Population Problem Investigation Institute, In order to discuss the population problem of ths Grei.tcr East Asia Co-Profperity Sphere. More than 100