SDHF Newsletter NO.90J 大東亜会議70周年記念シリーズ5




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平成27年2月16日 「史実を世界に発信する会」茂木弘道

70th Conference Series 5)
Address of Wang Ching-wei,
President of the Executive Yuan of the Republic of China
Given at Greater East Asian Conference held on November 5th, 1943
On the sixth of November, 2013 we held a conference in memory of the 70th Anniversary of Greater East Asia Conference, which was held on the fifth and sixth of November, 1943. We have since then mentioned in our Newsletter the following speeches given at the conference:
Mr. Surya Bose (grandson of the brother of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose)
Mr. Kase Hideaki: The Greater East Asia Conference Paved the Way to Universal Human Equality
Mr. Henry Stokes: Japan was the Light of Hope in Asia
Mr. Watanabe (Professor Emeritus at Sophia University): Greater East Asian
Conference which I remember
In addition, I would like to introduce the actual addresses given by the seven representatives of the independent countries from East Asian region, one by one.
They are Prime Minister Tojo Hideki from Japan, President Wang Ching-wei from China, Prime Minister Chang Ching-hui from Manchuquo, Prince Wan Wai Thayakon from Thailand, President Jose P. Laurel from Philippines, Prime Minister Ba Maw from Burma and President Subhas Chandra Bose from the Provisional Government of India.
The first presented is by Wang Ching-wei, President of the Republic of China. This was originally addressed in Chinese and translated into English. If one reads this address, it will be understood that Japan actually tried to help China in numerous areas, which conflicts with the generally held notion that Japan unilaterally invaded China and brutally harassed the Chinese people.

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MOTEKI Hiromichi, Secretary General
for KASE Hideaki, Chairman
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact