JAPANESE TALK OF POSSIBLE SURRENDER
Rec. 10. NEW YORK, July 16.
Tokyo radio quotes the Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Hochi, as saying that Japan will be compelled to surrender unless her war leaders take a realistic view of the world situation and abandon hopes of victory through a split among the United Nations, which is merely political, superstition akin to Germany's fatal blunder in plunging into a two-front war.
Replying to a recent article by Admiral Halsey, Commander of United States Task Forces, who advocated the elimination of the Japanese military clique and Shintoism, the Nippon Times says that the effacement of Shintoism means the effacement of the Japanese race and that is what Americans like Admiral Halsey are threatening.
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JAPANESE TALK OF POSSIBLE SURRENDER, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 167, 17 July 1945
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