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Syonan Shimbun, 1 December 1944

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The Syonan Shimbun Enemy Loses On Morotai 2.831 Men TOKYO, Nov. 29, (Domei) —Nippon defenders of Morotai Island have inflicted a total of 2,831 ms alties on enemy invasion forces since the first •nemy landing on Sept. 15 up to Nov. 19. During the same period our forces captured considerable

Churchill Warns Against Undue Optimism [ARTICLE]

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Churchill Warns Against Undue Optimism LISBON. Nov. 29 (Domei) British Prime Minister. Winston Churchill, .'.peakh.g tn the House of Commons Curing the cebate on C* King's .speech heralding the opening of a new Parliament, j session, today warned the biuish people against the ieeling th«{, the war will MOB be

Editorial [ARTICLE]

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Editorial 'LIBERATION'— WHAT IT MEANS THAT part of Europe which has been "liberated" hv the Angln\inni< an forces ix a picture <f chao*. misery and wITh me to ji'd r by reports nvailall through neutrtl sources. Soon after the enemy capture of Paris and the arrival there of Gen. Charles

French Canadian Troops Stage Anti-Conscription Demonstration [ARTICLE]

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French Canadian Troops Stage Anti-Conscription Demonstration LISBON, Nov. 29. (Dome!) —An anti-conscription demonstration by French Canadian troops today marred the peare of the British Columbian town of Ten-arc. situated approximately 670 kiln metre* north of Vancouver, as provincial mil ,'m> authorities began an inquiry at all of British Columbia's six

Battleship. Large Transport Sunk In Leyte Gulf Area [ARTICLE]

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Battleship. Large Transport Sunk In Leyte Gulf Area TOKYO, Nov. 30 (Domei) Six planes of the "Yasukuni' Air Unit of our Army Special Attack Corps yesterday attacked enemy warcraft and vessels >io teyte Gulf. Two of the six planes body-crashed against one -battleship to sink it. while three others sank

White Paper Reveals Britain's Huge War Losses [ARTICLE]

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White Paper Reveals Britain's Huge War Losses LISBON, Nw 29. (Domei)— A Whie Paper is&ued yesterday disclosed tfcuf. in five years of war, Britain has suffered 7j0.0?H) mili ary and civilian casualties, according to a dispatch received here. Casualties among ti'.e armed forces walled 563.112. with 176.081 kill ad. Civilian

Enemy Plans On Morotai Being Foiled [ARTICLE]

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Enemy Plans On Morotai Being Foiled AT THE Southern Front. Nov It. iDomeU— With the Nippon Air Force and ground units carrying out unremitting assaults against- enemy airfields on Morotai Island, i by which Daiva airfield has been] rendered unusable, ihe enemy's lch -me to use these airfields as relay

'Too Little Aid... Too Much Advice' [ARTICLE]

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'Too Little Aid... Too Much Advice' LISBON, Not. 19. (Domei)-A dispatch from Pittsburg said that Dr. C. L. Hsia, President of the Chungking News Servirr and Adviser to the Chungking Foreign Ministry, in a speech before the Foreign Policy Association declared. "To an ally undergoing di« aatrous inflation and suffering

EUROPEAN WAR ROUND-UP [ARTICLE]

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EUROPEAN WAR ROUND-UP LISBON. Nov. 29. (Donei) —In the bai i;c- of attrition cast of Aachen, lighting is going on with great fierceness for *ii.glc sections of terrain and the river sPctor Of the Ruhr and for the eastern outlets from the Huertgen forest, the German High Command communique announced

Foe Repulsed In All Sectors Of Burma Front [ARTICLE]

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Foe Repulsed In All Sectors Of Burma Front A NIPPON RASE at the Burma Front. Nov. ?8 (Domei)- Nippon forces in Burma are meeting the renewed enemy offensive begun in the middle of November with the approach of the dry season, i with furious counter attacks and are driving the

RECALLED TO ROME [ARTICLE]

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RECALLED TO ROME LISBON. Nov. 29 (DomeiiAposiallc Nunco to Prance. Mon>.;grior Valerio Cleyo, has besn re railed to Romp bccau.se Gen. Charles de Gaulle ha? refused to sanction his appointment to the "Provisional Governmen' of Fr«noe," according 10 a Brussels mess received here today. Valerlo formerly was ac.(.rediied to ihe

CHUNGKING DIRECTLY MENACED BY IMPERIAL NIPPON FORCES [ARTICLE]

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CHUNGKING DIRECTLY MENACED BY IMPERIAL NIPPON FORCES CWANC REGIME IV CONSTERNATION. OVER SWIFT THRUST INTO KWEICHOW AT THE KWANGSI FRONT. Nov. 29. (I)omei)—With the fall of Nantan, key enemy bastion in the north-western border of Kwangsi Province, th e Chungking regime h now exposed to a direct threat by Nippon

Chungking Admits Inability To Hold Kweichow Province [ARTICLE]

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Chungking Admits Inability To Hold Kweichow Province LISBON. Nov. 28 (Domrll Tht British and Anieriran BmtMttiei in Chungking have advispd ilvir national*? In Kwrlrhw Pruvinrr and unorrurifd parts of Hunan I'rovinrt to pvi'.rualc. a. Nippon trwpe .h»w» id sip as of surging towards KnM« (how along the Kwaiißsl-Kwelchow railway. An

Week's Celebrations Planned For Third Anniversary Of Dai Toa Senso [ARTICLE]

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Week's Celebrations Planned For Third Anniversary Of Dai Toa Senso MASS RALLIES HIGHLIGHT GRAND PROGRAM By Syonan Shimbun Staff Reporter CELEBRATIONS on a bigger scale than in previous years win be held in Syonan on the third anniversary of the War of Greater East A«ia this year, and this city,

Weber, Sima Meet In 'Rubber' Bout Tomorrow, Welter Title At Stake [ARTICLE]

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Weber, Sima Meet In 'Rubber' Bout Tomorrow, Welter Title At Stake By Syonan Shimbun Staff Reporter ALL ROADS should lead to the New World arena tomorrow night where a grand boxing program has been organized under the patronage of the Kosei-ka Cho. Mr. M. Shlnozakl, in support of the Nnv

Nippon Air Chief In Philippines Surveys Situation; Confident Of Victory [ARTICLE]

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Nippon Air Chief In Philippines Surveys Situation; Confident Of Victory BIGGER WAR RESULTS PREDICTED A NIPPON BASE at the Philippines Front, Nov. 29, (Dome!)—A decisive battle is now taking place at the Philippines front, Lieut.General Yasuji Tominaga, Supreme Commander of the Nippon air force in the Philippines, declared this afternoon

Malais Reaffirm Will To Fisht Till Victory [ARTICLE]

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Malais Reaffirm Will To Fisht Till Victory SYONANS entire Malai community through their representatives assembled at the Malai Gek jo Sunday evening, reaffirmed their will to fißht a ongside N'ppon fe the war of Greater East Asia until vic'ory is achieved. The occasion was the celebration of Hari Raya Haji

Forward Service Corps [ARTICLE]

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Forward Service Corps MEMBERS of the SSA "Special Forward Srvice Corp*" are requested to tHemble at 'he Toku-betu-si Padan<? on Sunday before 9 a.m. for labour work.

HUMAN TORPEDOES [ARTICLE]

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HUMAN TORPEDOES Asserting that all the solders need is food and ammunition, Li?u f.General Tomlnaga stressed that our forces are carrying on the same uadLion displayed by the famous "three human torpedoes," as they are embedding explosives under road« to blow up enemy tanks. Reit?ratir.g confidence that ulMmate victory will

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Today's Syonan Radio 6 p.m. news fia&vs in Malai Tamil, Cantooese and English; 6.15 p.m. Syonan's local hour followed by the next day's program summary: 6.36 p.m. news in Nippon-Go for beginners; 8.40 p.m. Malai Children's Hour; Ip.r. news in Malai: 7.30 p.m. Mandarin Choral and T'lstTumental Recital by the