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Syonan Shimbun, 3 February 1943

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The syonan sinbun [ENG tI S H j| Sdt£_z_n J No. 49 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, KOKI 2603, SYOWA 18 7 Cents.

Opinion [ARTICLE]

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Opinion Sabotage In Enemy Countries ANTI-WAR SENTIMENT is manifesting itself in ever increasing degree in enemy countries. The latest incidents were reported from Johannesburg. Boers, who form the vast majority of the population of Transvaal in South Africa, are said to have made repeated sabotage attempts apainst machine.hop plants and

Allies Keep Silent On Rennell Battle [ARTICLE]

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Allies Keep Silent On Rennell Battle DomeL LISBON. Feb. I.—Press dispatches from Melbourne said that anti-Axis sources are maintaining complete silence regarding the Imperial Nippon Headquarters' announcement of ihe results of the Battle ot Rennell Island, in the Solomons Group, which cost the antiAxis forces two battleships and thre? cruisers

NIPPON NOW A 'HAVE' POWER, PREMIER AVERS [ARTICLE]

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NIPPON NOW A 'HAVE' POWER, PREMIER AVERS 'With Resources Far Superior To United States Britain 9 TOKYO, Feb. 2.—Replying to interpellations posed by Yusuke Tsurumi, representative of Iwat_. Prefecture, in the session of the General Budget Committee in the House of Representatives thi? afternoon. Premier General Hideki Tojo declare'] that

Swift Action Marks Imperial Diet Session [ARTICLE]

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Swift Action Marks Imperial Diet Session Domei TOKYO, Feb. 2—Swift efficient action was seen in the Imperial Diet tcday as the delib2rating committees of the House of Peers unanimously passed, without amendment, seven government bills including the bill for j the revision of Conscription Law.! The remaining 32 bills are

Nanking Units Join Nippon Forces In Mopping-Up [ARTICLE]

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Nanking Units Join Nippon Forces In Mopping-Up Domei CANTON, Feb. I—ln close co-operation with patrol units cf the Chinese National Government, the Imperial Expedltk nary Forces in South China recently conducted mopping-up operations against Chungking troops ln Kwangtung Province. The concerted action is believed to have contributed much towards the

U.S. Naval Casualties Now Total 22,467 [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Naval Casualties Now Total 22,467 DomeL LISBON. Feb. I.—The United States Navy Department has announced a further 87 casualties in the Navy's forces, bringing the total to 22,467 of Navy. Marine and Coast Guards casua'tles reported to the next of kin since Pearl Harbour. The total includes 6.416 dead.

Nankin Organizes New Crack Division [ARTICLE]

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Nankin Organizes New Crack Division DomeL NANKING, Feb. 2.—A ceremony marking the organization of a crack Second Guard Division to further strengthen the fighting efficiency cf the Chinesa National Government Army, was held yesterday In the presence cf Pr?- I sld3nt Wan? Chin«.-wei and mill- tary md civil authorities. The

Structure And Policies Of Southern Regions Military Administrations Clarified [ARTICLE]

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Structure And Policies Of Southern Regions Military Administrations Clarified GUIDING PRINCIPLES EXPLAINED TOKYO, Feb. 2.—lt is learned that a clear-cut, comprehensive, outline of the structure of the Military Administration in the Southern Regions and, its guiding principles are being followed by the Nippon authorities as clarified by the Nippon Army

Enemy Planes Bom b Pagoda In Rangoon [ARTICLE]

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Enemy Planes Bom b Pagoda In Rangoon DomeL RANGOON, Feb. 2.—A formation of seven enemy planes raided the city yesterday afternoon, ruthlessly bombing the compounds of the Sule Pagoda, causing deaths and injuries to Burmese and Hindus, who have been seeking shelter there. Indignation at the British for the raid

19 Bodies Extracted From U.S. Plane Wreckage [ARTICLE]

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19 Bodies Extracted From U.S. Plane Wreckage i Domei. LISBON. Feb. t-—-It Is reported from New York that the bodies of 19 persons were recovered from the wreckage of the Navy seaplane, which crashed 11 days! ago on the West coast. Amon. the passengers were Rear-Ad-1 mlral Robert H. English.

MUNICIPAL TRADE SCHOOL OPENS [ARTICLE]

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MUNICIPAL TRADE SCHOOL OPENS "LABOUR is an honourable profession and technicians are the driving force of mcdern civilization and you have been selected to fill in this important gap," said Dr. Kozo Ando, Min-sei-bucho, Sycnan Tokubetu-si, on behalf of the Mayor of Syo-nan-to, addressing the 50 students of the flrst

Nippon Army Air Units Blast Chungking's Advanced Bases [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Nippon Army Air Units Blast Chungking's Advanced Bases Winging Out To Attack Enemy HAVOC WROUGHT IN FIVEDAY INTENSIVE RAIDS DomeL UNDISCLOSED BASE, Feb. I.—lt is learned Nippon Army air units in a series of raids between Jan. 26 and Feb. 1 on advanced posts of the Chung, king forces in

Syonan Naulical Training School Begins Session [ARTICLE]

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Syonan Naulical Training School Begins Session REGULAR TRAINING of Nip- pen's future mariners, attending I the Syoncn Nautical Training School, was formally begun yesterday when 200 students got down to work In earnest. Half j I the students will receive mechanI ical training, while the remain-! der are boing trained

Nippon Planes Raid U.S. Positions In Western Aleutians [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Planes Raid U.S. Positions In Western Aleutians Domei LISBON, Feb. 2—lt is reported from Washington that the United Stales Navy Department announced on Jan. 31 that Nippen planes bombed United States positions in the western Aleutians, while, on Feb. 1, Nippon planes attacked United States surface units and shore

Clerics Killed In Enemy Air Raids On Sicily [ARTICLE]

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Clerics Killed In Enemy Air Raids On Sicily CATHOLICS INDIGNANT Domei. ROME. Feb. 2.—The latest victims of blind bombing in whicn anti-Axis air forcos are desperately resorting, following repeated reverses in the East as well as the Western war th3atre arc* Archbishop Enrico Montabetti and two bishops. These clerics were

More Details Given Of Syonan Feb. 15 Program [ARTICLE]

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More Details Given Of Syonan Feb. 15 Program HIGHLIGHTED* by the official dedication of the Sycnan Jinja to the Nippon H2roes who died in I the Battle for Singapore, the official program in commemoration of the R3birth of Malai 1 will be held for a whole week, .starting lrom Kigen

Nippon Holds Nearly 300,000 War Prisoners [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Holds Nearly 300,000 War Prisoners DomeL TOKYO, Feb. 2.—Fumio Oyama. Chief of the Bureau of Judicial Affairs of the War Ministry, revealed that the number of enemy war prisoners, held by Nippon, totals approximately 300,000 at present. This disclosure was made ln the House of Peers before the Committee

Rennell Victory Considered On Par With Pearl Harbour [ARTICLE]

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Rennell Victory Considered On Par With Pearl Harbour CRIPPLING BLOW TO ENEMY DomeL TOKYO, Feb. 2.—Commenting on the Battle off Rennell Island on Jan. 29 and 30, in which Nippon naval air units sank two enemy battleships and three cruisers, heavily damaging one enemy battleship and one cruiser and shooting

Counter-Offensive Frustrated [ARTICLE]

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Counter-Offensive Frustrated DomeL I TOKYO, Feb. 2.—Other Metro- j politan papers also devote their editorials today to the Imperial Naval air units, fcr the signal victory over the enemy in the Battle off Rennel Island, generally describing the victory as second only to Pearl F.arbour. The Asahi says. "The Vnited

Diet Greets Rennell Victory [ARTICLE]

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Diet Greets Rennell Victory Domei TOKYO, Feb. I—Answering interpellations posed in the He use of Representatives by Mr. Tatsunosuke Yamazaki. Director of the Standing Committee of ths National Service Political Association, Premier Tojo this afternoon reiterated the Government's intention to rely en the patriotism and loyalty of the people in

Chief Of New Naval Training Squadron Named [ARTICLE]

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Chief Of New Naval Training Squadron Named Domei TOKYO. Feb. I—The Navy ■Ministry has announced that Vice-Admiral Michitaro Tctsuka, Commander of the Eleventh Combined Naval Air Squadron, has been appointed Commander-in-Chief oi the newly organized Combined Training Naval Scuadron, concurrently retaining* his present post. At the same time, it is

Peace Reigns In Celebes, People Confident In Nippon Regime [ARTICLE]

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Peace Reigns In Celebes, People Confident In Nippon Regime DomeL MACASSAR, Feb. I.—Marriages of local inhabitants in this city have increased considerably of late revealing the healthy confidence of the populace in the Niooon Military Administration, as the capital of the Celebes Island prepares to welcome the advent of the

Nautical Training Institute Opens [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Nautical Training Institute Opens A picture taken at the opening ceremony of the Nautical Training Institute in Syonan. (Domei photo).

Burmese, Filipinos Are Grateful For Independence Promise [ARTICLE]

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Burmese, Filipinos Are Grateful For Independence Promise NIPPON THEIR EMANCIPATOR Domd TOKYO, Feb. I.—ln token of their deepest appreciation to the Nippon Government for making possible the rebirth and independence of their nations, Dr. Ba Maw, head of the Burmese Government, and Mr. Jorge B. Vargas, chairman of the Philippines

Burma 'Redeemed From Terrible Past' Says Ba Maw [ARTICLE]

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Burma 'Redeemed From Terrible Past' Says Ba Maw Comet RANGOON. Feb. I.—ln reply to the cordial message of congratulations sent by General Count Hisaichi Terauchi, Supreme Commander of the Nippcn forces ml the Southern Regions, to the pecpb of Burma upon Premier General Hideki Tojo's promise to grant independence to

Peace Regulations To Be Strictly Enforced [ARTICLE]

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Peace Regulations To Be Strictly Enforced "The peace regulations at present in force were promulgated, and were intended to apply to the general means cf Justice," the Gunsei Kanbu (Military Art-mini-traticn) authorities state. "This law was constituted with the object of controlling tbe activities of the lawless i-.nd the gang

Shanghai Agog With New Year Preparations [ARTICLE]

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Shanghai Agog With New Year Preparations MANY REASONS FOR JUBILATION Domei. SHANGHAI. Jan. 31.—Shanghai, in accordance with the traditional Chinese calendar. Is about to welcome the New Year and paradoxically enough there is nothing to indicate this is the same city which a year or so ago was dominated by

More Sugar And Flour Available For New Year [ARTICLE]

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More Sugar And Flour Available For New Year DESPITE the exigencies ol war-time—despite changing times —the Chinese community here, loath to relinquish the glamour of a century-old observance, are busy making full preparations to welccme th? New Year, according to the Lunar calendar, which falls on the first day of

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PUBLIC NOTICES TOKUBETU Sl NOTICE N3 173 RE: RETAIL PRICES OF RICE -It is hereby notified that from coming 2nd February. *he retail price ol rice of any description is amended as follows:— Kintis Pr.ce per eatly Polished Rice 10 cents Broken Rice 8 cents SYONAN TOKUBETU Rl TYO Ist

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TRANSMISSION No. 2. 1.3U3 kilocycles or 225 metres: 6 p.m. musical ent_ertau__n_>nt: 6.20 p.m. children's hour: C5O p.m. Malai music—Sinar Bintang P_.rty from the studio: 7.20 pm. news in Malai; 7.35 p.m. Chinese music from the studio in Teochew: 8 p.m. news in Cantonese; 8.15 p.m news in Holskien; 8.30

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Radio Nippon-Co Lesson No. 241 ft V YOU have studied on the radio Imperative sentences. Tcday we will givi you sentences which have nakereba narimasen."' meaning "must" and "have to." In Nippon-go nakereba narimasen" is connected to a verb direcMy. Now learn it through the following examples: 1. Anata wa