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Konoe said Monday at the Liberia Inland Church on the Old Road where the training is ongoing.
(6.) Tadateru Konoe and Peter Maurer, "Remembering Hiroshima: Nuclear Disarmament is a Humanitarian Imperative" (statement, ICRC, 6 August 2014), https://www.icrc.org/eng /resources/documents/statement/2014/08-06-japan-hiroshima-atomic-bomb.htm.
According to Tadateru Konoe, the Red Crescent Society of Turkmenistan receives such support.
On 16 January 1938, Prime Minister Konoe Fumimaro [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] announced that Japan would "have no truck with the Nationalist Government [under Chiang Kai-shek's [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] leadership]" (Ian 1996, 41).
Amin also congratulated the Japanese Tadateru Konoe, who was re-elected to the post of President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent for four years, expressing his wishes to strengthen coordination and cooperation between Kingdom of Bahrain and the Federation.
Despite its aggressive military conduct, not all Japanese desired war, and Prince Fumimaro Konoe (1891-1945), Japan's prime minister during many of the critical months before the outbreak of the Pacific War, held out hope for a negotiated settlement with the United States.
The term "greater East Asian coprosperity sphere" first appeared in an August 1, 1940, speech delivered by Matsuoka Yousuke, foreign minister in the cabinet of Konoe Fumimaro.
Amman, May 22 (Petra)--Lower House Speaker Sd Hayel Srour met on Wednesday with President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Tadateru Konoe, to discuss cooperation between Jordan and the IFRC and the federation's relief work in the region and the world.
The film depicts not only Emperor Hirohito, Fellers, and McArthur, but men who stood trial for war crimes: imperial advisor Koichi Kido (played by Masato Ibu), wartime Prime Minister Prince Fumimaro Konoe (Masatoshi Nakamura), and Imperial Army Gen.
In Shiga, five of the seven Taiwa candidates stood in the more urban districts of Otsu, Nagahama, Kusatsu, and Higashi Konoe. None of these new party candidates stood in the most rural single-member districts (SMDs) in the prefecture.
But the continental campaign stuck in the mud, accompanied by the diplomatic failures: the refusal of "the new order in The East Asia" by Chiang Kai-shek (a doctrine proclaimed by Konoe, on 3 November 1938, on the basis of the anti communism and of the panasiatism); the impossibility of an alliance against U.S.S.R.