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Syonan Shimbun, 13 November 1942

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The Syonan Times 140 Cecil Street. Syonon-to Telephone 5471. l\o. l v FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, KOKI 2602, SYOWA 17 7 Cents.

U.S. Attacks Over Aleutians Smashed [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Attacks Over Aleutians Smashed ISLANDS SECURELY HELD BY OUR FORCES TOKYO, NOV. 11. DAI-KONYEI ANNOUNCED AT 3.30 P.M. THAT THE IMPERIAL ARMY AND NAVY FORCES, WHICH HAVE BEEN OCCUPYING STRATEGIC POINTS IN THE ALEUTIAN ISLAND? SINCE THE EARLY PART OF JUNE. IN CLOSE CO-OPERATION WITH EACH OTHER HAVE SHOT

THRILLING ACCOUNT OF ENEMY RAID [ARTICLE]

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THRILLING ACCOUNT OF ENEMY RAID (By Kojirc Oiwa, War Correspondent with the Imperial Navy) Aleutian Islands, Nov 11. Domei. A FUTILE United Stat2s airraid over Nippon-occupied Aleutian Islands, in which five out of approximately 30 attackIng American aircratt were shot down and the rest repulsed by our air defense, has

Mr. Suemasa Okamoto Minister Plenipotentiary To Sweden [ARTICLE]

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Mr. Suemasa Okamoto Minister Plenipotentiary To Sweden Tokyo, Nov. 11. THS aPP£l. ntm«»t °f Mr- Sue- masa Okamcto, former Con-sul-Ueneral in Singapore, as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Sweden, was officially announced to-day. The appointment completes the linf»up for the principal poets in Europe. I While en route from

Axis Moves Thwart Allied Plans [ARTICLE]

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Axis Moves Thwart Allied Plans Lisbon, Nov. 11, Domei. CIMULTANEOUS with the German move into unoccupied France, Italian units landed on *t the French Island of Corsica while Reich airborne troops and parachutists, according to an unconfirmed report, have been sent to Tunisia in order to check the threat of

Nippon Diplomats In Europe Confer [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Diplomats In Europe Confer Berlin, Nov. 11. Domei. 4 CONFERENCE of Nippon Ambassadors and Ministers in Europe is being: "held for three days, beginning to-day. The conference, which is being held under the Chairmanship of Lieut.-General Hiroshi Oshima. Ambassador to Germany, is being attended by Mr. Zembei Horikiri, Ambassador-at

Axis Forces Rush To Tunisia, Southern France And Corsica [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Axis Forces Rush To Tunisia, Southern France And Corsica New Battlefronts In Mediterranean Sector GERMANS LAND PLANES, TROOPS IN AFRICA; ITALIANS AT BIZERTA Chancellor Hitler Sends Letter To Marshal Petain PERM AN and Italian land, sea and air forces are being rushed to the aid of the French in Tunisia,

Entry Of German Troops Into Unoccupied France Necessitated By Changed Strategic Situation [ARTICLE]

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Entry Of German Troops Into Unoccupied France Necessitated By Changed Strategic Situation Lisbon, Nor. 11. Domei. j\|OVINO quickly to meet the latest Allied threat to French territories, German forces moved into unoccupied France reaching all objectives in twelve hours after crossing the demarcation line, according to Vichy reports received here.

Petain's Message To France And a Her Empire [ARTICLE]

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Petain's Message To France And a Her Empire 1 Vichy, Nov. 10. Dotnei. ADDRESSING a message to France and the French Empire, Marshal I Henri Philippe Petain, I Chief of State, urged his I people to meet the present crisis with calmness. Marshal Petain said: "I thought I had lived

German Move Forced [ARTICLE]

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German Move Forced Allies Tokyc, Nov. H. COMMENTING on the reported advance of German forces into unoccupied France, competent observers h3re characterized the new German move as not only in perfect accord with th-e German-French armistice conclud?d at Compiegne in July. 1940. but natural under the new need of German-French

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Animal Husbandry In Malaya —I. Cattle [ARTICLE]

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Animal Husbandry In Malaya —I. Cattle HpIlK inUiMJirn drive to make Malaya self-sufficient from a food-producing point of iow, involving the opening up and cultivation of large areas of land, liifherto lying fallow or under jungle, provides an exc< llent opportunity for ano'.h?r imporLant local industry. that i«. ;iniinal husbandry.

Expert Knowledge Needed [ARTICLE]

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Expert Knowledge Needed The Indian milk merchant in order to increase his immediate milk sales rears his cal.-& on a totally unsuitable and inadequate diet, without considering iur a moir.mt that he is under-mining the health and Jr.wering the productive potentialities of the next jseneration of cows. The Keddh pea9a.it

Milk Starvation Of Calves [ARTICLE]

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Milk Starvation Of Calves The recent Agri-hortirulturai E\hib:lion at Kuala T.umpur had a live-stork section and voi v encouraging entries, but the exhibits of live-stock were naturally the best available and not the average. But regular live-stock shows, with handsome crized. form the best incentive to live-stock breeders. Instruction and

Enormous Wastage [ARTICLE]

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Enormous Wastage To improve health and productive» i« will, in the present state of the local catlle industry, be necessary t i provide good class sires of la.'lch breed to invigoTate the local inbred stock and to increase their uvneral productive levels. Castration or slaughter of jub bulls and of

German Fuehrer Writes Personal Letter To Marshal Petain [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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German Fuehrer Writes Personal Letter To Marshal Petain Gives Pledge To Remove All Axis Troops Behind Demarcation When Tension Is Removed Berlin, Nov. 11. Domei. /CHANCELLOR Hitler in his letter to Marshal Petain which was broadcast over French radio stations ;^his morning assured the Chief of the French State that

Hypocrisy Of Anglo-American Peace System After Armistice Underlying Cause Of Present Strife [ARTICLE]

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Hypocrisy Of Anglo-American Peace System After Armistice Underlying Cause Of Present Strife 24th Anniversary Of Armistice Day Tokyo. Nov. 11 MR. Tomckazu Hcri, Spokesman of the Board of Information, issued the following statement during the regular press conference tc-day regarding the 24th Anniversary of Armistk c Day, says Djmel. "Twenty-four

Pioneer Nippon-Chinese-English Reader Found [ARTICLE]

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Pioneer Nippon-Chinese-English Reader Found Tokyo, Oct. 10. A COPY of what is believed to be the first Chinese-English Nippon reader published in Nippon has been discovered by Mr. Yosio Uogaesi, lecturer in the Tokyo Imperial University. The book is the work of the late Mr. Yukiti Fukuzawa, a noted scholar,

Notes & Comments [ARTICLE]

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Notes Comments 'Sak-j.ra mmmmmmmm 1 READ in yesterday's paper that two German and two Italian newspaper correspondents are in Syonan, and was sorry that I was not privileged to meet them, I offer them lraLernal greetings. The fraternal ties which bind news-sleuths the world over are stronger i than any

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NIPPON-GO LESSON W* THE numerals in the first column of tl c table given yesterday tichl. ai, san, etc.) air Chine:e numerals. Those in the second column (hito*su. futatsu, mittsu, etc.) are Nippon numerals. Those in the third column a c also Nippon numerals or contractions win li arc only

Syonan Zinzya Ready For Dedication By Feb. 15 Next [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Zinzya Ready For Dedication By Feb. 15 Next Institution Will Be Second Only To Meizi Zinzya Within 30 To 50 Years U7ITH construction work 90 per cent, complete, the Syonan Zinzya (Shrine) will be ready for formal dedication by the first anniversary of the fall of Singapore on Feb.

Reports On Conditions In Malaya & Philippines [ARTICLE]

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Reports On Conditions In Malaya Philippines Tokyo, Nov. 11. Jk/rORE than 100 members IYi of the House of Representatives including speaker Takahiko Okada and vice speaker Sakusaburo Utrgasaki gathered at the budget committee room in the parliamentary building at 1.30 p.m. and listened to reports by colleagues To'lo Simada, Yosimiti

Official Action To Reduce Rents Likely Next Year [ARTICLE]

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Official Action To Reduce Rents Likely Next Year THAT the authorities did not at the moment desire to impose any legislation calling for the reduction of house rents but that they expected the landlords to act with complete cognisance of the circumstances prevailing, was the statement by a spokesman of

Australian War Expenditure [ARTICLE]

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Australian War Expenditure Lislxjn, Nov. 10. Domei. IT is costing the Australian Gcvern- ment more than £10,000,000 per week for war expfx allures, it is reported from Canberra. According to treasury figures released, war expenditures for the first four months of the fiscal year, from July i to Oct. 31,

Beautiful Grave Of A Nippon Pioneer In Russian Cemetery [ARTICLE]

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Beautiful Grave Of A Nippon Pioneer In Russian Cemetery Tokyo, Nov. 11. IN a Russian cemetery in Viborg on the Karelian frontier, a sadly neglected but nevertheless beautiful memorial monument marking the final resting place of an all but forgotten famous Nippon student of the Orthodox Russian faith, vfas found

Allied Nations Warned Against Optimism Over Egyptian Campaign [ARTICLE]

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Allied Nations Warned Against Optimism Over Egyptian Campaign (By Yoshinori Horiguchi) Zurich, Nov. 9, Domei. AS Berlin announced the Egyptian battle has entered its rx fnird phase with Marshal Exwfo Rommel's panzers coun-ter-ntiacking between Fuka, the western terminus of the railway from Alexandria and Mersa Matruh. qualified neutral commentators still

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SYONAN TOKUBETU-SI NOTICE No. 134 TENDERS PRIVATE PAWNSHOPS Tenders are invited for the purchase of the exclusive right and privilege of carrying on the trade of a Pawnbroker for the period of one year from Jan. 1, 2(j03 to Dec. 31, 2603 in the island of Syonan. 2. Particulars of

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To-Day's Radio Nippon-Go Lesson YESTERDAY'S lerson en the radio was the objective case of "kare' with the suffix "c," that is "kare o" meaning "him." Today we shall proceed with ?nother variation of "kare" followed by the suffix "ni," that ij "kare ni" meaning "him." Here is an example, that

LARGE-SCALE CELEBRATION OF FIRST WAR ANNIVERSARY [ARTICLE]

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LARGE-SCALE CELEBRATION OF FIRST WAR ANNIVERSARY Plans To Express People's Rejoicing At Liberation From British Imperialism I ARGE-SCALE celebrations are being planned in Syonan for Dec. 8 when people throughout the Nippon Empire will celebrate the first anniversary of the Greater East Asia War. Apart from the day being observed

Syonan Traders To Make Attempt At Eradicating Profiteering [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Traders To Make Attempt At Eradicating Profiteering •THE different trades in Syonan are forming themselves into separate associations with a view to safeguarding their interests, and also to eradicate profiteering, says Domei. These trade associations, sponsored at the instance of the Commerce and Industry Department of. the Syonan Tokubetu-si,

"Success Will Crown Efforts Of Our Armies" [ARTICLE]

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"Success Will Crown Efforts Of Our Armies" Banquet To Axis Journalists Or. Tour Of Southern Regions AT a banquet held on Wednesday at the roof gar- den of the Nanto Hotel (former Adelphi Hotel) in honour of the first visit to the Nippon-occupied Southern Regions by a party of German

WEIGHTLIFTING CONTEST IN IPOH ON DEC. 25 & 26 [ARTICLE]

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WEIGHTLIFTING CONTEST IN IPOH ON DEC. 25 26 ARRANGEMENTS have been made to sta?e the North Malaya weigh tlift--sng championships, at the Sin Thean Tse Amusement Park in Ipoh on Dec. 25 and 2C. says the Perak Times The competition is open to all amateur weightlifters in North Malaya (which

New Iwakuro Kikan Chief Visits Syonan I.I.L. Branch [ARTICLE]

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New Iwakuro Kikan Chief Visits Syonan I.I.L. Branch I lEUT.-COL. Yosio Kawaga, the newly appointed Chief of the Malayan Branch of the Iwakuro Kikan, paid his first official visit to the Syonan Indian Independence League at noon Wednesday He was received by t he president! Mr. S. C. Goho, and

EXCHANGE STUDENTS TO STUDY IN NIPPON [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE STUDENTS TO STUDY IN NIPPON Hanoi, Nov 10. Domel. rWiHE first group of students who A are to proceed shortly to Nippon according to the agreement reached in June between Nippon and Indo-China for the exchange of students has been selected, it was reveaied here. The group consists of

Alor Star-Syonan Marathon Race On Dec. 8 [ARTICLE]

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Alor Star-Syonan Marathon Race On Dec. 8 IN order to train Malayan athletes In long-distance races, the authorities propose to hold a marathon race on Dec. S. the anniversary of the Gieater East Asia War. the course being from Alor Star to Syonan, a distance ol about 450 miles The

BAUXITE MINING STARTS IN MALACCA SHORTLY [ARTICLE]

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BAUXITE MINING STARTS IN MALACCA SHORTLY MINING operations for bauxite at ITI Bukit Kc-tai^mg. which is seven miles away from Malacca town on the Muar road, will start within a month's time, according to Mr T. Nakajlma. the general Manager of the Ishihara Sangyo Kaiun Kabushikl Kairha. Huge plants, including

Tin & Rubber Industries In Perak Back To Normal [ARTICLE]

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Tin Rubber Industries In Perak Back To Normal Ipoh. Nov. 10. Dotnei RECONSTRUCTION work in Perak h3s achieved amazing results, according to a speech made by Governor Kubota at the District Officers' Conference held here. Malaya's chief industries, tin and rubber, being most extensively carried on in the State, have

Collective Farms In Syonan Make Good Progress [ARTICLE]

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Collective Farms In Syonan Make Good Progress TWO collective farms in Syonan operated under the guidance of the Tokubetu-si have been making great progn <,* since their inception two months ago. The larger of the two is situated near the Geylaiif trolley bus terminus. It covered about 30 acres at

British Battleship Torpedoed [ARTICLE]

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British Battleship Torpedoed Berlin, Nov. 10. Domei. •"PHE German High Command announced that a flotilla of German submarines successfully attacked Anglo-American warships and transports off the African coast. It is also announced that a British battleship of the "Queen Elizabeth" class was torpedoed and damaged by a German submarine in

PADANG AVAILABLE Flit RUGBY PRACTICES [ARTICLE]

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PADANG AVAILABLE Flit RUGBY PRACTICES MEMBERS of The Syonan Sports Assoc iatkr who are interested In rugby will be Interested to know that the P&dang will be available for practices on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Mr. G. Clunies-Ross, of the Health Department, Syonan Tokubetu-Si. is the rugby convener, and is making

Praise For Nippon's Fighting Ability [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Praise For Nippon's Fighting Ability OUR ALLIES TAKE INTENSE INTEREST IN DAI TO A WAR DRAISE for Nippon's ability to successfully wage a war thousands of miles from the home front and the intense interest taken by the peoples of Germany and Italy in every development of the Greater East

Syonan Conditions Impress Visiting Newspapermen [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Conditions Impress Visiting Newspapermen /"•RE AT surprise was expressed by the party of visiting German and Italian journalists at the very normal conditions prevailing in Syonan to-day. A member of the party declared that he was very impressed with what he saw. especially with a titanic war being waged

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