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4-2 years of robbery^Japan aims to Dominate the WorldIn a memorial addressed to the Emperor of Japan, in 1927, known as the Tanaka Memorandum, Baron Tanaka, former Prime Minister, states "If we succeed in conquering China, all the other Asiatic countries and the countries in the South Seas will

The Fountain-head of Oriental Culture and BeautyThe history of the Chinese people goes back 5,000 yearsraChma has produced philosophers  artists, poets I inventonw|nd soldiers .The Grea^WaTof China Pshown below, was bmlt by th^rEmperor Chin Shih Huatig in 46-210 B.c. to; / serve as a barriW^gainst

pgjlffjfRADE LOwovcottrom AH SEilitli filil OVcnf*52 NATIONS CONDEMN JAPANExhibition of Contemporary Chinese Wood-cuts Drawings and Cartoons at Constable House,76 Charlotte St., London, W.i, organised by the Artists, wLn tern ational cTfssocia tion, wo')>. J to Nov. 18,Kri a.m. to 8 p.m.Fifty-two

l (Right) Stark Terror. Evidence of senses dulled by agony f are written on the features of this old woman and her little fgranddaughter. They ride in a rickshaw after being injured a a bombing raid on their defenceless village west of Shanghai. The village was blasted out of existence.eft) To Beat

China is an enormous country. Its population is 450,000,000, approximately one-fifth of the world's population. Its area is 4,277,260 square miles. In size if is second only to the U.S.S.R.The Chinese Landscape is enormously varied. There are mountains, deserts, rivers, sWamps, and fertile


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4-2 years of robbery^ Japan aims to Dominate the World In a memorial addressed to the Emperor of Japan, in 1927, known as the Tanaka Memorandum, Baron Tanaka, former Prime Minister, states —"If we succeed in conquering China, all the other Asiatic countries and the countries in the South Seas will capitulate before us, and the world will then understand that Eastern Asia is ours and will not dare . _lr, >. CHINA AND JAPAN encroach upon our rights. . . . "Having the resources of China at our command, we shall pro-ceedtoconquer India, The Archipelago, Asia Minor, Central Asia and then Europe. ’ ’ U.S.S.R. AGGRESSIONS 50% 40% 85% 80% 37% 40% CHINA’S TOTAL LOSS TO JAPAN pig Territory-Railway Mileage Unsettled Lands Iron Deposits Best Forest Lands 'National Export Trade A large part of Coal supply. NOR IS THIS ALL Japan now controls 75 per cent, of the total pig iron and iron mining enterprises of what remains of China. Over half of the textile industry and' a large part of the coal mines. The military occupation of Manchuria also robbed China of her best market as well as her most accessible raw materials. STOLEN 1. Liuchio Islands 1881 2. Formosa and Pescadores Islands 1895 3. Port Arthur and Lia- tung peninsula 1905 Korea 1910 Manchuria 1931 and 1932 Jehol 1933 Present Aggression Hopei, Chahar, Shansi, Suiyuan, Shantung. BiR Shanghai Hank Canton • mmm Shows limit of Japanese occupation, November, 1937 With the exception of Japan proper, shaded areas represent the various stages of Japanese aggression. ,
The Fountain-head of Oriental Culture and Beauty The history of the Chinese people goes back 5,000 yearsraChma has produced philosophers » artists, poets I inventonw|nd soldiers . The Grea^WaüTof China Pshown below, was bmlt by th^rEmperor Ch’in Shih Huatig in ¿46-210 B.c. to; / serve as a barriW^gainst the wild'" Mongol tribesmen. It winds for 1,400, miles over mountains, valleys and rivers. China has created a rich literature in all branches of knowledge. The Chinese invented and'used gun powder and the magnetic compass long before the Europeans. They manufactured paper in the 2nd century, discovered a method of printing-from wooden blocks in thé 9th century, and a printing machine was invented by Pi-Sheng uiajd. 1041. For centuries the Chinese have been celebrated for their metal ware and dyes, their exquisite pocpelSih, invented in 1401 b.c., the fine quality cjftheir silk, and their cultivation of y.tea and fjqe. Chinese Architecture and Sculpture of the decorative religious type aire shown in these photograph^!» an enormous Buddha, and the famous Lung Hua Pagoda Eat Shanghai, now partly destroyed by|S|§janese bombs.
pgjlffjf RADE LO w ovcott rom AH S Eilitli fililí OVcnf* 52 NATIONS CONDEMN JAPAN Exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Wood-cuts ¡Drawings and Cartoons at Constable House, 76 Charlotte St., London, W.i, organised by the Artists, wLn tern ational cTfssocia tion, w№o')>. J to Nov. 18, Kri a.m. to 8 p.m. Fifty-two governments represented at this year’s Assembly of the League of Nations unanimously adopted a strong resolution protesting against Japanese bombing of Chinese opeh towns. The Resolution reads:— .‘/‘The Advisory Committee taking^ into urgent consideration the ques -‘ tion of aerial bombardment of open towns in Chii^>y Japanese- aircraft, expresses itsl profound distress ‘ at the loss of lifecaused- to innocent civilians, inclupng^feat^iiffiUDers of women and clmafen as a result of such bombardments and SOLEMNLY CONDEMNS SUC№ ACTS AND DECLARES THAT NO EXCUSE CAN BE MADE FOR SUCH ACTS, WHICH HAVE AROUSED HORROR, AND INDIGNATION THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.” President Roosevelt Denounces Japan In a powerful speech delivered in Chicago on October 5, the President of the United States directly branded Japan as an outlaw. He stated ‘ ’Without a declaration of war and without warning or justification of any kind, civilians including women and children, are being "ruthlessly murdered with bombs from the air. ” . The U .S. A. State Department issued a formal statement announcing general accord with the stand taken by the League of Nations. The statement reads:— ' 'In the, light of • ..the unfolding developments in the Far East, the Government of the United States has been forced to the conclusion that the action of Japan in China is inconsis tent .with the principles which should govern the relationships between nations and is contrary! to the provisions of the Nine-Power Treaty of February 6, 1922, -regarding the principles and policies to be followed . in matters concerning China, and to those of the Kellogg-Briand Pact of August 27, 1928. Thus the conclusion of this Government with respect to the ^ fore going are in general accord with those of the Assembly of the League of Nations." Archbishop of Canterbury Protests Presiding at a great-national mass meeting at the Albert Hall against |Japan’s War on Civilians,” the primate voiced the protest of all’ English Christians. Points from His Grace’s speech follow :— "After making all allowances for exaggeration there remains only too much cause for our sense of dismay and horror. In terms of human suffering, hundreds are as eloquent as thousands;” "If protest fails ought there not to be some common action in the way of some form of economic pressure by nations who have recorded these protests.” m s drafjt •mg dapäfi The V ''rvnfeienee w will be subiti ji opens on Monday TSortv is "We are entitled to ask our Government, if protest fails, to take a lead by letting it be known that they are prepared to act if they can obtain such support from other nations as would make their action effective.” Lord Mayor of London issues Appeal In connection with the appeal issued by the China Association, the Lord Mayor writes from the Mansion House as follows:— “ I have been asked to organise an Appeal to the City of London in order to render prompt and efficient help for the people of China, who are enduring untold suffering asL. the -?f result of the hostilitiesjiow in progress in their country . . . the need is most serious-;and is increasing, at an alarming rate. ’ ’ • IOOO YEARS YOUNG An^.glbjum or "modern. Chinese woodcuts and af^wmgs. Over 20 representative prints by the best of the younger generation -oT Chinese engravers ana cartoonists. Prefaced, with an introduction to modern: Chinese graphic art by Jack Chen, artist and critic. Price Is. Recommended for sale at meetings. Proceeds for Medical Re I ief. Published for the Artists International Association and the China Campaign Com-, mittee by Lawrence & Wishart, 2 Parton Street, W.C.I
l (Right) Stark Terror. Evidence of senses dulled by agony f are written on the features of this old woman and her little fgranddaughter. They ride in a rickshaw after being injured a a bombing raid on their defenceless village west of Shanghai. The village was blasted out of existence. eft) “To Beat China to Her Knees. ” The narrow streets this ancient village in the Chinese North-West re-echo^ re metal clang of Japanese tanks advancing on Nankou and Kalgan. The village is deserted save for one old sitting in his doorway. The rest of the inhabitants have either fled or been killed. Planet News Planet News Japanese “ Sportsmen.” This Chinese citizen with his hands tied behind is being tortured by nine Japanese soldiers in a futile effort to obtain information from him. These soldiers seem quite pleased with themselves, note the clenched fists of the two kneeling on either side of him and the one holding the rope.
China is an enormous country. Its population is 450,000,000, approximately one-fifth of the world's population. Its area is 4,277,260 square miles. In size if is second only to the U.S.S.R. The Chinese Landscape is enormously varied. There are mountains, deserts, rivers, sWamps, and fertile agricultural plains. In large tracts of the country, the loess clay gives a yellowish tinge to the soil. The picture below shows terraced rice fields on the slopes of file hills surrounding the city of Chengte-fu, capital of the province of Jehol. Planet News (Below) Chinese Peasants thresh Wheat iq the fields near Litsun (Tsingtao). China is essentially an agrarian country with a vast area of soil fit for cultivation. The country is rich in natural resources and minerals including coal and iron ore, oil deposits and large deposits of non-ferrous metals. Monumental Sculptures are characteristic features of the landscape in the neighbourhood of cities and testify to the best achievements of Chinese civilisation. The picture shows a row of statues in the famous Avenue outside Peiping leading to the Imjberial tomb.
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Comments 808.02.202214:20link2.2
Зачетный журнал! Отпечатан в Великобритании?
Emperor Hirohito Emperor Hirohito 08.02.202215:28 response link 0.1
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Emperor Hirohito Emperor Hirohito 08.02.202215:33 response link 0.1
Я вот только не понял, всё, что-ли?
Концерт окончен?
Я только собирался Good Housekeeper за 1924 год выкладывать...
Dozonych Dozonych 08.02.202216:49 response link 0.9
В планах был недельный рейд, так что большинство уйдет. Лучше постить на .сс
Emperor Hirohito Emperor Hirohito 08.02.202216:58 response link 0.1
It's funny that in .com you post same content but with english specific.
I think we should continue posting stuff and make .com alive to push interes to this site for western part of the world. I guess if .com will be more active, sooner or later newbies will come to visit us and maybe settle down.
So, don't worry about it, continue your job.

Also i see .com like a playground for improving english skills. At least i'll type only english
BlindRaven BlindRaven 09.02.202200:39 response link 2.8
Увы, в английском я совсем слаб))
Но продолжать выкладывать буду, спасибо за поддержку!!
Dozonych Dozonych 09.02.202212:19 response link 0.1
We in the West either tend to forget, or never really understood in the first place; We fell in love with Japan for their cars, their tech, and especially their anime... but to the other countries of the Pacific Rim, Japan is remembered the same way we remember Nazi Germany.
As monsters.
Hinoron Hinoron 11.02.202209:36 response link 0.0
being in California which IS on the Pacific rim you can count this American as one who remembers Japan like we do Hitler's Germany . . . so see ALL is not lost
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