Domei Tsushin

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Domei Tsushin

 

a Japanese telegraph agency. Founded in 1936, it enjoyed a monopoly on the distribution of foreign information in Japan until it was dissolved in October 1945. In November of that year a new agency, Kuodo Tsushin, replaced it.

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Both were members of the Japanese Confederation of Labor (Zen Nihon So Domei) (JCL), and both are currently members of Rengo.
The real purpose of this pseudo-independence is contained in the text of the military pact ratified by the National Assembly October 18, according to a Manila-datelined Domei report broadcast by Tokyo, which says that the high contracting parties shall closely cooperate on matters political, economic and military for the successful prosecution of the war of Greater East Asia.
So she enrolled in a Japanese language and culture school to improve her language skills, moved into a boardinghouse, and found part-time work with Japan's Domei Tsushinsha (Federated News Agency) transcribing English-language radio broadcasts.
(18.) See Takuya Shimodaira, "Nichibei domei no tenkanten--togo sea-land approach koso to nichibei domei no shinka" [New Phase of the Japan-U.S.
After difficult years, physicians like Kyushin Yumoto (1876-1941), Keisetsu Otsuka (1900-1980), and Domei Yakazu (1905-2002) played a key role in reviving Kampo medicine.
(14.) Sekai Renpo Kensetsu Domei, ed., Sekai Renpo Undo 20 Nen Shi [Twenty-year history of the world federalist movement] (Tokyo: Sekai Renpo Kensetsu Domei, 1969), 82.
Empruntant les tactiques et l'activisme d'associations burakumins, les Ainous Kyokai, les Utari Kyokai, les Ainous Kaiho Domei et d'autres groupes se sont mobilises de diverses manieres apres la guerre, ont conteste la domination japonaise et ont amorce leur quete d'une identite politique basee sur le statut de la nation des Ainous, sur les revendications des Ainous Moshiri et sur l'emergence d'un drapeau ainou (Siddle 1997 : 35-37).
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