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Syonan Shimbun, 3 May 1945

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The SyOnan Shimbun R.A.F.'S HEAVY LOSSES Lisbon, May 1. (Domei)— The British Air Ministry today revealed that five and-a-half years of aerial warfare has cost the Royal Air Force 11,449 aircraft from those based in Britain alone. FOE SHIPS SUNK A Nippon Bum In the Okl. nawa Sector, May 2.

EAST ASIANS ALIVE TO IMPORTANCE OF DAI TOA SENSO [ARTICLE]

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EAST ASIANS ALIVE TO IMPORTANCE OF DAI TOA SENSO Tokyo, May 2, (Domei) The keen consciousness on the part of the entire nations of East Asia that their destiny is staked on the outcome of this war of Greater East Asia is the most important source of our war strength

EDITORIAL

SMASH THE FOE [ARTICLE]

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SMASH THE FOE "Smash the Foe11. That is the all-pervading sentiment which is spurring on our forces in Okinawa to deal the enemy such staggering blows as to cripple his fighting strength. This also Is the keynote which guides all true Asiatics in their daily tasks on the home front

U.S. DESIGNS AT DOMINATION OF CHUNGKING BARED [ARTICLE]

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U.S. DESIGNS AT DOMINATION OF CHUNGKING BARED Canton, May I, (Domei) Aiming at complete domination over Chungking economy, the United States through the Morgan Banking Interests recently decided to invest a further 100 million Yuan in Chungking's munitions porduction as a subsidiary fund toward expansion of the functions of Chungking's

TEN FOE PLANES BLASTED AT PORT PRINCESS [ARTICLE]

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TEN FOE PLANES BLASTED AT PORT PRINCESS A Nippon Base in the Southern Regions, May I. (Domei) —Defying inclement weather, our air units on April 2Q and 30 carried out their first night raids against l Jort i'uncess on Palawan Island, setting ablaze more than ten enemy aircraft out of

TARAKAN INVADERS MEETING FIERCE NIPPON RESISTANCE [ARTICLE]

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TARAKAN INVADERS MEETING FIERCE NIPPON RESISTANCE Balik Papan, May 2, (Domei) —Nippon garrison forces on Tarakan Island, north-eastern coast of Borneo are now fiercely battling against enemy forces who yesterday morning effected a landing on Lingkas, according to a communique issued ar 11 a.m. today by the Nippon Army Headquarters

RYUKYU RAIDS DECREABE [ARTICLE]

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RYUKYU RAIDS DECREABE A Nippon Base in the Ryukyu Islands, May 2, (Domei) —Less than 200 enemy planes appeared over Ryukyu Islands yesterday compared with a total of 400 enemy raiders on April 30.

G.E.A. PEOPLE'S C ONFAB PLEDGES TO MARCH TO VICTORY [ARTICLE]

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G.E.A. PEOPLE'S C ONFAB PLEDGES TO MARCH TO VICTORY Tokyo, May 1. (Domei) About 200 representatives of eleven countries of Greater East Asia from 2 p.m. today met at the Gunjin Kaikan in Tokyo to hold the East Asia People's Conference. The conference which was attended by delegates of Nippon

TWO ENEMY AIRCRAFT CARRIERS, OTHER WARCRAFT SUNK, DAMAGED [ARTICLE]

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TWO ENEMY AIRCRAFT CARRIERS, OTHER WARCRAFT SUNK, DAMAGED Devastating Assaults Off Ryukyu A Nippon But in Ryukyu Island, May 2. (Domel)—ln a series of heavy attacks against war craft around Okinawa Main island as well as an enemy taeli force in waters east of Ryukyu island, Nippon air and undermeraft

BERLINERS CONTINUE STUBBORN REBIBTANCE [ARTICLE]

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BERLINERS CONTINUE STUBBORN REBIBTANCE Zurich, May (Domei) German defence forces in Beilin are continuing to put up stubborn resistance, according to reports from Moscow. Yesterday German transport planes again broke through to the central area of Berlin to drop supplies to to the defenders of the city. Other dispatches said

NIPPON DETERMINED TO CARRY ON FIGHT UNTIL VICTORY GAINED [ARTICLE]

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NIPPON DETERMINED TO CARRY ON FIGHT UNTIL VICTORY GAINED Fundamental War Policy Remains Immutable TOKYO, April 30. (Dortwl)-Whatever be the outcome of tfl* war in Europe, Nipper.'* policy of prosecutinj the War of Creater Ea«t Atii remains immutable, the Nippon Bangyo Keliai Shfmbun editorially declares under the caption "Even If

RUGBY FOOTBALL [ARTICLE]

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RUGBY FOOTBALL A robust display of rugby football was witnessed at thr jalan Besar Stadium yesterday when Hu Chee Tong't team obtained a three points to nil victory over A. J. Vaz' side in tbe opening round of the S.S.A. seven-a-side tournament.

MALAIS GROWING MORE FOOD [ARTICLE]

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MALAIS GROWING MORE FOOD An indication that the drive to grow more food in Mala-- kampongs in Syonan is now making good progress v the fact that several acres nt land in Jurong district are being opened up by Malai kampong people. Tapioca and other food crops are being cultivated

MALAIS ENTERTAIN [ARTICLE]

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MALAIS ENTERTAIN Members of the entertainment section of the Malai Welfare Association visited Jurong district on Tuesday and entertained the kampong pewple to a varied program of music and dances. The party included members of the Angkatan Kronchung Party, a ronggeng party and Indie Hassan Mum, who provided the highlight

A DISCLAIMER [ARTICLE]

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A DISCLAIMER (To the Editor, Syonan Shimbun (English Edition), Syonan). Sir, Would you kindly make known to the public through the medium of your paper that the person with a name the same as mine, as mentioned in a separation notice which appeared in your i«sue of Saturday, April 11,

BRITISH TASK FORCE IN ANDAMAN WATERS STRAFED [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH TASK FORCE IN ANDAMAN WATERS STRAFED A Nippon Base in the Indian Ocean, May 1, (Domei) —A British tj^k force composed of two airciaft-car-titti, two battleships, live ciuirers, and uiree ue»iio\ei> yesterday raided Carmcubar Island, sailing southward at about 1.3d p.m. after bom balding the island. Meanwhile, two battleships,

NANKO KISHA KAI [ARTICLE]

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NANKO KISHA KAI Chairman of the Svonan Shimbun Kai, Mr. H. Fukuda, and the Chief Censor of the Army Pi ess Section, Mr. S. Chiba, were unanimously elected Honorary Patrons and Advisers of the Nanko Ki-ha Kai (Southern Light Journalists' Association) formed in Svonan recently, at a meeting of committee

CHUNGKING'S SOVIET ENVOY [ARTICLE]

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CHUNGKING'S SOVIET ENVOY Lisbon, April 30 (Domei'i Alexandrovitch A. Petiov. new Soviet Ambassador to Chungking, arrived m Chungking today by pl:in>' from Moscow, according to a Chungking dispatch.

SIDELIGHTS ON LIFE IN ENEMY "LIBERATED" EUROPE [ARTICLE]

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SIDELIGHTS ON LIFE IN ENEMY "LIBERATED" EUROPE Momiji) (by "Give us bread; we are starving!" Screaming and crying—thousands of people in groups, young and old, men and women walk along the streets in Brussels, waving in the direction of the barracks of Anglo-American troops. Id the city of Paris people

ENGAGEMET [ARTICLE]

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ENGAGEMET The engagement was .mnounced on Tuesday between Mr. Stephen Chenn Shu T?u youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Cheng Chow Wu and Miss Theresa Lira Kirn Huay youngest daughter ot Mr. Lim Huon Seng and the late Madam Chan Siew Nov. The marriage will take place at the Church

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