Tokyo Rose

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Tokyo Rose:

see D'Aquino, Iva ToguriD'Aquino, Iva Toguri,
1916–2006, American citizen of Japanese descent, best-known of some dozen women who, during World War II, made English propaganda broadcasts to American troops on Radio Tokyo; b. Los Angeles as Iva Ikuko Togura.
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Tokyo Rose

(Iva Ikuko Toguri D’Aquino, 1916–) Japanese broadcaster who urged U.S. troops to surrender during WWII. [Am. Hist.: Flexner, 449]
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Tokyo Rose kept telling us we were "in for a surprise.
Tokyo Rose was Japan's radio voice to GIs in the Pacific, so the US Army threw her in jail.
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While they were, of course, the same person, the legend Tokyo Rose was vilified as a Japanese propagandist in the news media, and Toguri was tried for treason as a result.
Though I expected to wade dutifully through what she had to say about John Amery in Britain and Tokyo Rose in the United States, I had no idea about how fascinating their stories would be.
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Land prices in Chiba, to the east of Tokyo Bay, declined 41 percent from 2000 to 2007, whereas central Tokyo rose 11 percent.
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Third song, Tokyo Rose could be early funk-laden Spandau Ballet with the spoken lyrics, "She speaks to us from Tokyo/she turns seduction into murder", before it spits into a new wave blitzkrieg.

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