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Comment by Tripartite and Other Radios on President Roosevelt's Message
to the 78th Congress: (A) Chronology of Comment, (B) German Radio, (C) Italian Radio, (D) Japanese Radio, (E) Miscellaneous Radios.
[Jan. 7-8, 1943. ] Excerpts From General Dittmar's Review on the Eastern Situation at "The
Turn of the Year," as Broadcast by the German Radios on Jan. 11, 1943. Report of the Vote in the Chilean Senate Approving President Rio's Sug
gestion That Chile Break Relations With Axis Powers, Together With
Related Comment. (Jan. 19, 1943.) Speech By President Rios of Chile Outlining His Reasons for Breaking Re
lations with the Axis Nations. [Jan. 20, 1943.) General Dittmar's Speech on the Russian Front Situation, Together With
Broadcasts on Dr. Funk's Speech and Dr. Schmidt's Press Conference.
[Jan. 25, 1943.) Premier Tojo's Speech in the Japanese Diet, Together With English Trans
lation of Parts of the Speech as Broadcast in Japanese to the Home
Audience. [Jan. 27, 1943.]
Radio, (B) German-Organized Radios, (c) Italian Radio, (D) Japanese
Radio. (Jan. 27, 1943. ]
Power: (A) Hitler's Proclamation, (B) Goering's Speech, (c) Goebbels'
English and German.) Comments by Axis and Other Radios on Churchill-Inonu Conference at Adana:
(A) Turkish Radio, (B) German Radio, (c) Italian Radio, (D) Other
Radios. (Feb. 2, 1943.) Announcement of Changes in Italian Cabinet With Early Comment by Berlin
and London, and a Talk by Japanese Foreign Minister Tani Telling
Diet That Italy Will Not Quit Axis. [Feb. 5, 1943. ] Admiral Nomura's Speech, Broadcast by the Tokyo Radio on Feb. 9, 1943,
on the Treatment of Japanese Interned Abroad, Address by Admiral Luetzow on "Direct and Indirect Commerce Protection,"
Broadcast by the German Radio, Feb. 17, 1943. Address by German Reich Minister Joseph Goebbels in Berlin's Sportpalast,
Together with a Number of Deletions the German Press Was Ordered to Make, as Broadcast by the German Radio on Feb. 18, 1943. (In English
and German. Order of the Day Issued by Joseph Stalin for the 25th Anniversary of
the Foundation of the Red Army, Feb. 23, 1943. Excerpts From Hitler's Proclamation to the old Guard of the Nazi Party,
Read at Meeting in Munich on the 23d Anniversary of Its Foundation,
Feb. 24, 1943.
Meeting of the Nazi Party in Munich on Feb. 24, 1943.
Bohemia and Moravia, Together With Excerpts From Speeches by Protector K. H. Frank Relative to Resettlement of German Farmers as Reprisal for Sabotage by Czechs. (Feb. 26, 1943.)
Excerpts From Ex-Ambassador Kurusu's Address on Japanese-American Rela
tions Before Pearl Harbor, as Broadcast by the Tokyo Radio in English
on Feb. 27, 1943. Berlin Broadcast of an Alleged Dispatch From Vatican City Reporting That
Archbishop Spellman, as Roosevelt's Emissary, Was. Told That the Casablanca Declaration Was Incompatible with Christian Doctrine and That Order in Europe Can Be Guaranteed Only by the Fascist-Nazi Regimes.
[Mar. 3, 1943.] Introduction to the "Gray Book" of the Independent Croatian State, an
Account of Guerrilla Movements in Croatia From April 1941 to May 1942. Translated From Croatian-Language Broadcast on Radio Rakovica.
(Mar. 4, 1943. ] Review of Book "China's Destiny" by Chiang Kai-Shek, Who Proposes for
Immediate Consideration a 10-Year Plan of Post-War Reconstruction.
(Mar. 6, 1943. ] Broadcasts From Occupied France Giving Evidence of a New Anti-Axis
Campaign Under the Slogan: "Germans Are at the End of Their Tether."
(Mar. 7, 1943.) Address by Lt. Gen. Kurt Dittmar on Russian Front Developments, Broad
cast by the German Radio on Mar. 8, 1943. Talk by Hans Fritzsche, Political Organizer of German Broadcasting, on
the Eastern Front and Other Aspects of the War. [Mar. 9, 1943. ] Address by General Henri Giraud to the Alsace-Lorraine Society, Broadcast in French by Radio France (Algiers), Mar. 14, 1943.
Mar. 14, 1943. (In English and French.) Address by Maj. Gen. Nakao Yahagi, Marking Japan's Army Day, as Broad
cast by the Tokyo Radio in Japanese to the Home Audience on Mar. 10,
1943. Speech by Caudillo Francisco Franco at the Opening of the Courts in
Madrid, Mar. 17, 1943. (In English and Spanish.) Hitler's Speech as Broadcast From Berlin in German to the World on the
Occasion of Heroes' Memorial Day, Mar. 21, 1943, Toge ther With Notes on Treatment Given to It by the German and Other Radios. (In English
and German. ) Broadcasts From German, French (Occupied), and Other Radios Relating to
the Shake-Up of the Vichy Cabinet. [Mar. 26-27, 1943.) Speech by Marshal Petain Asking the French to Trust Him Rather Than Those
Who "Fled the Country," Broadcast by Vichy Home Service, Apr. 4, 1943. Broadcasts Covering the Meeting of Hitler and Mussolini, Apr. 7-10 (1943)
to Discuss Political and Military Affairs and "Peace Aims. Speech by Maj. Gen. Kenryo Sato in Which He States That Japan, Germany,
and Italy Are Planning Air Attacks on the U. S. (Apr. 14, 1943. ] Broadcasts From Rome and Berlin Announcing Changes in the Fascist Party
Leadership and the German Foreign Office, Together With Biographical
Sketches of the New Appointees. [Apr. 17-18, 1943.) Speech by Dr. Goebbels, Broadcast in German From Berlin on the Eve of
Hitler's 54th Birthday, Apr. 19, 1943. (In English and German.) Speech by Yusuke Tsurumi, Japanese Politician and Writer, "On the
Characteristics of the American People," Broadcast in Japanese to the Home Audience on Apr. 18, 1943.
Severance of Russian-Polish Diplomatic Relations: Official Soviet Note, Together With Comment From Allied, Axis, and Other Sources. (Apr. 26,
) Translation of Partial Text of a Speech by Premier Sikorski, in Celebra
tion of Poland's National Holiday, Broadcast in Polish From London
on May 4, 1943. Speech by Reich Ministers Albert Speer and Joseph Goebbels, With Intro
ductory Announcements at Armament Workers' Rally in Berlin's Sport
palast, June 6, 1943. (In English and German.) An Outline of the Organization in Manila of the Central Pacification
Committee of the Philippine Islands, as Broadcast by Manila. [June 8,
1943.) Speech by Reich Minister Goebbels at the Funeral for Bombing Victims at
Wuppertal-Barmen, as Broadcast on June 18, 1943. (In English and
1943, as Rebroadcast by BBC. Speech by Carlo Scorza, General Secretary of the Fascist Party, Broad
cast by Rome Radio in Italian, July 18, 1943. Selected Broadcasts by Rome Radio to Home and Foreign Audiences on the
First Bombing of Rome. (July 19-20, 1943.) Resignation of Mussolini and the Resumption by King Victor Emmanuel of
the Command of the Italian Armed Forces, With Marshal Badoglio as
Head of the Government. (July 25-26, 1943. ] Axis and Neutral Radios During the First Day Following the Invasion of
Italy's Mainland: (A) Radio Roundup, (B) Radio Reactions. (Sept. 3,
1943.) Italy's Capitulation: (A) Chronology, (B) Badoglio Proclamation, (c)
Allied Instructions for Europe, (D) Comunent and Reaction, (E) Last
Minute Developments. (Sept. 3-9, 1943. ) Changing Italy: A Radio Survey: (A) Chronology of Developments, (B)
How the Radios Behaved, (c) Special German Communique. (Sept. 10,
1943. ] Hitler's Speech: Section A--English Translation, Section B--German
Text. (Sept. 10, 1943. ] Speech by Alessandro 'Pavolini Over the German-Controlled Italian Home
Service Radio on Sept. 17, 1943, Together With Text of Mussolini's Order of the Day No. 7, and Notes on the Behavior of the Italian
Radio. The Mussolini Speech: (A) English Text, (B) Italian Text, (c) Notes on
Broadcasts, (D) Radio Reactions. (Sept. 18, 1943.) Prime Minister Tojo's Radio Speech on Japan's Total Mobilization, Sept.
22, 1943. Speech by Marshal Rodolfo Graziani, Minister of Defense of the "National
Fascist Government," to Italian Officers and Soldiers, Broadcast on
Sept. 25, 1943. Tripartite Pact Anniversary: (A) Von Ribbentrop's Speech in English,
(B) Von Ribbentrop's Speech in German, (c) Mussolini's Speech in English, (D) Mussolini's Speech in Italian, (E) Excerpts From Speeches by Satellite Leaders. (Sept. 27-28, 1943. ] ]
Speech by Joseph Goebbels at Harvest Thanksgiving Festival in Berlin's
Sportpalast, Oct. 3, 1943. (In German and English, with certain
omissions in the latter.) Radio Reaction to Italian Declaration of War on Germany, Oct. 13, 1943. Radio Reaction to Anglo-Portuguese Agreement Ceding Bases in the Azores
to Great Britain: (A) German, (B) Italian, (C) Japanese, (D) Portu
guese, (E) Other Radios. (Oct. 13-14, 1943.] Speeches by Tojo and Shimada at Extraordinary Session of the Japanese
Diet, Broadcast by Tokyo Radio on Oct. 26, 1943. Translated from the original Japanese: (A) Tojo's Speech as Premier, (B) Tojo's
Speech as War Minister, (c) Speech of Navy Minister Shimada. Enemy Radio Reactions to the Four-Power Declaration of Moscow, Together
With a Note on Radio Treatment of the News. (Nov. 1-2, 1943. ) Speech by Adolf Hitler as Broadcast by Berlin to the World, Nov. 8,
1943, Marking the 20th Anniversary of the Birth of the Nazi Party.
(In German.) Radio Address by Premier Hideki Tojo on Second Anniversary of Pearl
Harbor. Translated from the original Japanese. [Dec. 8, 1943.) Speech By Reich Foreign Minister Joachim Von Ribbentrop on the Second
Anniversary of the Tripartite Military Pact. (Dec. 13, 1943.) German Leaders' New Year Messages: (A) Hitler's Proclamation, (B)
Hitler's Order of the Day, (c) Goebbels' Speech to the Nation, (D) Goering's Order of the Day, (E) Himmler's Order of the Day and Mess
ages of Sauckel, Speer, Backe. (Dec. 31, 1963.] "Pravda" Report on British-German "Secret" Peace Negotiations, Together
With Early Radio Reaction. [Jan. 17-18, 1944.)
"Italian Social Republic" and of a Bill Establishing the Institute
of Management and Financing. (Feb. 12, 1944. ] V-J Day Statement by Chiang Kai-Shek. (Aug. 13, 1946. )
(Aug. 13, 1946.) (Special Release prepared by the Far Eastern Section, FBIS, Central Intelligence Group.) Draft of the Constitution of the People's Republic of Bulgaria, Broadcast
Over the Bulgarian Home Service by Radio Sofia, in Bulgarian, Oct. 4, 1946. Special Release prepared by the European Section, FBIŚ, Central Intelligence Group.)
List of Special Reports Appearing in the Radio Reports on the Far East
Radio Report No.
Subject of Special Report
Nov. 10, 1942
25 31 34 34 35 37 40
June 22, 1943
Mar. 2, 1944
Mar. 30, 1944
Mar. 30, 1944
The Greater East Asia Ministry
in East Asia
Japan and Occupied Asia
June 23, 1944
July 7, 1944
51 52 52
July 21, 1944
Aug. 18, 1944
Oct. 13, 1944
Oct. 27, 1944