Emperor Hirohito, Accepting the Potsdam Declaration, Radio BroadcastEmperor Hirohito, Accepting the Potsdam Declaration, Radio Broadcast
To our good and loyal subjects: After pondering deeply the general trends of the world and the actual conditions obtaining in our empire today
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The Voice of the CraneThe Voice of the Crane
On the night of 14 August 1945 technicians from nhk recorded the following message from Emperor Hirohito, informing the Empire of the surrender. The message was broadcast the following day
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Social Studies & English Content Areas Reading Across the Curriculum in an Urban Secondary SchoolSocial Studies & English Content Areas Reading Across the Curriculum in an Urban Secondary School
Read the statements below. Decide if you agree or disagree; circle your opinion. For statement #4, please complete the statement as you see fit. For All: Write a few sentences explaining why that is your opinion
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Emperor Hirohito, Radio BroadcastEmperor Hirohito, Radio Broadcast
Chiang Kai-shek, the Potsdam Declaration demanded Japanese surrender and outlined the terms of surrender that had been agreed upon at the Potsdam Conference in August, 1945
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The Mystery of God and Human Suffering: Implications for Ministry to the Sick and DyingThe Mystery of God and Human Suffering: Implications for Ministry to the Sick and Dying
See Daniel Harrington, Why Do We Suffer? A scriptural Approach to the Human Condition. Franklin, wi: Sheed & Ward, 2000
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The Power to Empower The Transformational Energy of Servant LeadershipThe Power to Empower The Transformational Energy of Servant Leadership
Are you a leader or professional who wants to deepen your ability to make a difference? Do you desire to really be of service, in the deepest sense of the word? Is your leadership or
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