SDHF Newsletter No.148J 大東亜会議70周年記念シリーズ9


・渡部昇一教授 私の記憶する大東亜会議、その意義
  ・汪兆銘(中華民国行政院長)の演説  ・張景恵(満洲国総理)の演説
平成28年11月4日 「史実を世界に発信する会」茂木弘道

70th Conference Series (9)
Address of Prime Minister Ba Maw, Representative of Burma,
Given at The Greater East Asian Conference held on November 5, 1943

After a long interval, I would like to resume this series with Representative of Burma Prime Minister Ba Maw’s address to the Greater East Asian Conference.
He spoke enthusiastically:

“In the past, which now seems to be a very long time ago, it was inconceivable that the Asiatic peoples should meet together as we are meeting here today. Well, the impossible has happened. It has happened in a way which outstrips the boldest fantasy or dream of the boldest dreamer among us.
Today, an East Asiatic Assembly is sitting in the capital of East Asia. Thus, a new world has come into existence, a new order, a new citizenship. For the first time in history, the East-Asiatic peoples are meeting together as members of a free and equal brotherhood which is founded upon and consecrated to the truth that East Asia is one and indivisible.”

For your reference, the series of 7 addresses:
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
Wang Chin-wei’s Address
Chang Ching-hui’s Address
Wan Waithayakon’s address

Questions are welcome.

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