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YOSUKI MATSUOKA, AS JAPANESE FOREIGN MINISTER, signing the /agreement on April 13, 1941, which has kept peace between the Soviet Union and . Japan until to-day. Standing behind him is Generalissimo otalm and M. Molotov, who Handed the declaration of war to the Japanese Ambassador.

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YOSUKI MATSUOKA, AS JAPANESE FOREIGN MINISTER, signing the /agreement on April 13, 1941, which has kept peace between the Soviet Union and . Japan until to-day. Standing behind him is Generalissimo otalm and M. Molotov, who Handed the declaration of war to the Japanese Ambassador., Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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YOSUKI MATSUOKA, AS JAPANESE FOREIGN MINISTER, signing the /agreement on April 13, 1941, which has kept peace between the Soviet Union and . Japan until to-day. Standing behind him is Generalissimo otalm and M. Molotov, who Handed the declaration of war to the Japanese Ambassador. Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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