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Radio Report No.

Subject of Special Report

Date

Dec. 8, 1944
Dec. 8, 1944
Dec. 22, 1944

Dec. 22, 19:4
Dec. 22, 1944
Jan. 5, 1945

Jan. 5, 19.45
Jan. 19, 1945

Jan. 19, 1945

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Air Raid Calendar for November
Asia's Religions
Third GEA Ivar Anniversary
The Kamikaze Special Attack

Corps
Enemy Broadcasts to the Chinese
Air Raid Calendar for December
Occupation and Resistance in

Shantung Province
Allied Shipping Losses
Occupation and Resistance in

Kiangsu
Members of the House of

Representatives
Japanese Home Front Morale
The Indian National Army
January Air Raid Calendar
Who's Who in Japan
Allied Ship Losses
February Air Raid Calendar
Living Conditions in Japan
Allied Ship Losses
Trends in Education
Cabinet Changes
Denunciation of Soviet-Japanese

Neutrality Pact
Air Raid Calendar
Radio Tokyo's Reference to

Toyohiko Kagawa
Japanese Reactions to the San

Francisco Conference
Tokyo's Views on German Surrender
Radio Tokyo on Japanese Morale
Japanese Reactions to the San

Francisco Conference
Who's Who in Japan
April and May Air Raid Calendars
Japanese Broadcasts to American

Servicemen
Allied Ship Losses Calendar
Radio Coverage of the Tokyo Press
By-Passed Japanese Troops
Japan's Home Front

Feb. 2, 1945 Feb. 2, 1945 Feb. 2, 1945 Feb. 16, 1945 Feb. 24, 1945 Mar. 2, 1945 Mar. 16, 1945 Mar. 16, 1945 Mar. 30, 1945 Mar. 30, 1945 Apr. 20, 1945

Apr. 20, 1945
Apr. 20, 1945

May 4, 1945

May 4, 1945
May 18, 1945
May 18, 1945

May 18, 1945
May 25, 1945
June 1, 1945

June 15, 1945
June 15, 1945
June 29, 1945
June 29, 1945
July 28, 1945

APPENDIX V

List of Special Reports (Entry_45)

Series I

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German Broadcasts to North America, Mar. June 1941. July 8, 1942.

Tokyo Broadcasts to North America. July 22, 1941. 3. Japanese Reactions to U..S. and British Moves, July 31, 1941.

Axis Propaganda Charges miorld Invasion" by U. S. Aug. 2, 1941.

The Axis Radio: Portrait of President Roosevelt. Aug. 5, 1941. 6. Divergencies in Japanese Press and Radio Treatment of the Soviet

Union. Aug. 9, 1941. 7. Shift in Tokyo Radio Follows Roosevelt-Churchill Declaration.

Aug. 21, 1941. 8. The Moscow Radio Incites Sabotage, Reassures Friends. Aug. 25,

1941. 9. Increased Appeals for Aid on the Russian Radio. Sept. 9, 1942. 10. Tokyo Radio Asks U. S. -Japanese Friendship. Sept. 2-8; Sept. 10,

1941. 11. The "Komaki Memorial" : The Geopolitik of Greater East-Asia.

Feb. 22-27, 1942.

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Series II

1. Reactions of German Commentators to United Nations Propaganda.

Apr. 4, 1942. 2. Claims and Counter Claims: L'Affaire St. Nazaire. Apr. 4, 1942. 3. First Bombings of Japan. Apr. 25,

Apr. 25, 1942. 4. The Fuehrer Speaks. May 2, 1942. 5. Radio Tokyo: Racial Propaganda to the United States. May 25, 1942. 6. Air Raids Over Germany. June 6, 1942. 7. The United Nations Agreements: First Reactions. June 12, 1942. 8. Japanese-Soviet Relations, June 18, 1942. 9. Objectives and Theses in German Domestic Broadcasts. June 19, 1942. 10. The Spring Offensive: A Propaganda Defeat. June 20, 1942. 10a. Soviet-Japanese Relations: Crisis? June 27, 1942. 12. Underground Movements and Morale in Japan. July 10, 1942. 12. From North Africa to the Russian Front: A Propaganda Diversion.

July 10, 1942. 13. The Philippines Under Japan. July 18, 1942. 14. Second Front Propaganda. July 25,

July 25, 1942. Japanese Intentions Toward U. S. S. R. July 25, 1942. 15a. Army Transmitter North (Wehrmachtsender Nord). July 25, 1942. 15b. Gustave Siegfried Eins (The Chief). July 28, 1942. 16. Berlin's Shipping Claims. July 29, 1942. 17. India After the Arrest [of Ghandi). Aug. 13, 1942. 18. References to French Canada by Shortwave from Vichy. Aug. 19, 1942. 19. Radio Martinique & Guadeloupe. Sept. 1, 1942.

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20. Portuguese Reaction to Brazil's Declaration of War. Sept. 1, 1942,
21. "Changing of the Guard" in Spain. Sept. 5, 19.12.
22. Tojo, Togo, and the GEA Ministry. Sept. 5, 1942.
23. The Third Anniversary of the War. Sept. 5, 1942.
24. Japanese Radio Reactions to Military Setbacks. Sept. 5, 1942.
25. Hitler's Speech of Sept. 30, 1942.
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Axis Shortwave Propaganda to Latin America. Oct. 31, 1942.
27. Four Octobers on the Berlin Radio. Oct. 16, 1942.
28. Goering's Speech of Oct. 4, 1942.
29. Navy Day and Third Round in the Solomons. Oct. 31, 1942.
30. The American Offensive in Africa. Nov. 11, 1942.
31. Mussolini's Speech. Dec. 2, 1942.
32. The Vichy Radio in Transition. Dec. 7, 1942.
33. Analysis of Shortwave Radio Treatment of the Beveridge Report.

Dec. 9, 1942. 34. Pearl Harbor: First Anniversary. Dec. 12, 1942. 35. Russia Under Germany. Dec. 23, 1942. 36. Soviet Broadcasts to Germany. Dec. 26, 1942. 37. The Darlan Assassination. Dec. 29, 1942. 38. Axis Propagandists and the Pope's Christmas Eve Speech. Dec. 30,

1942. 39. Henry A. Wallace on the World of Tomorrow. Jan. 2, 1943. . The Japanese Propaganda Commitment in the Solomon Islands,

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. War by Radio Over the White Paper. Jan. 8, 1943.

. The War at Sea in 1942. Jan. 19, 1943. 43. Indications of Dissidence in France Since the African Invasion.

Jan. 11, 1943. 44. Propaganda Manipulations of the President's Message to Congress.

Jan. 13, 1943. 45. Towards a New Europe. Jan. 14, 1943. 46, Brazzaville II--Axis Clandestine Transmitter. Jan. 19, 1943. 47. Shortwave Warfare Since Pearl Harbor. Jan. 20, 1943. 48. First Radio Reactions to the Casablanca Conference. Jan. 28,

Jan. 28, 1943. 49. Toward a Global Munich?--The Nazi Anniversary Speeches of Jan. 30,

1943, and Feb. 1, 1943. 50. The Fascist Cabinet Shake-up. Feb. 9, 1943. 51. Defeat: Progenitor of Diplomacy (A Study of Axis Propaganda in

Extremis). Feb. 13, 1943. 52. Peace Rumors: Who Spreads Them and Why. Feb. 20, 1943. 53. The Goebbels Speech of February 18, 1943. Feb. 20, 1943. 54. Official Spanish Radio Propaganda and the United States. Mar. 16,

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Enemy Radios on the Washington Visit of Anthony Eden.

Mar. 17,
1943.
The Tojo Visit and Tokyo's Propaganda Regarding the Nanking Puppets.

Mar. 18, 1943.
The Nazis' Portrait of the American Soldier. Mar. 22, 1943.
Clandestine Radio Stations. Mar. 22, 1943.

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59. Fascist Personnel on Radio Roma. Mar. 22, 1943. 60. Hitler's Heroes' Memorial Day Speech of Mar. 21, 1943. Mar. 23,

1943. 61. Prime Minister Churchill's Radio Address. Mar. 26, 1943. 62. Exploitation of Greater East Asia During December 1942. Mar. 20,

1943. 63.

The Polish-Soviet Border Controversy. Mar. 19, 1943. 64. Chile Breaks With the Axis. Mar. 19, 1943. 65. Propaganda Strategy of Defeat. Mar. 18, 1943. 66. The Swedish Radio Mar. 18, 1943. 67.

The Tojo Diet Speech of January 28, 1943. Mar. 19, 1943. 68. Propagandistic Manipulation (by German broadcasters] of the Anni

versary Speeches. Mar. 18, 1943. 69. Propagandistic Treatment of United Nations Leaders [by German

broadcasters]. Mar. 18, 1943. 70. Special Communiques as Indices of German Success and Defeat Situ

ations. Mar. 18, 1943. 71. Italy's Unpublicized Fronts. Mar. 29, 1943. 72. Radio Berlin on the War at Sea. Apr. 5, 1943. 73. The Belgian Home Radio. Mar. 19, 1943. 74.

Propaganda Pressures on Holland by the Dutch Radio. Mar. 19,

1943. 75. The Axis, the Vatican, and the United Nations. Par. 19, 1943. 76. Tokyo's Propaganda Tricks. Mar. 19, 1943. 77. (Japanese] Plans for 1943 in the Philippines. Mar. 19, 1943. 78. Axis Propaganda Preparations for Defeat in Tunisia. Apr. 1943. 79. Reunion in Brennero. Apr. 15, 1943. 80. On the Latin American Beam. Apr. 22, 1943. 81.

The Japanese Cabinet Changes: a Move Toward Strength. Apr. 22,

1943. 82. Radio Tokyo and the Attu Attack. May 19, 1943. 83. Japanese Domestic Propaganda Concerning Germany. May 21, 1943. 84. Nazi Predictions and the Present Propaganda Crisis. June 26,

1943. 85. What Next in Japan's "New" China Policy. July 3, 1943. 86. The Principal Commentators on Radio Roma. July 6, 1943. 87. The Invasion of Sicily. July 13, 1943. 88. The Vatican's Attitude Toward the Bombing of Rome. July 21, 1943. 89. Calling All Fascists in Britain. Aug. ll, 19443. 90. Radio Tokyo Commentators and Features. Aug. 16, 1943. 91. Rome and Berlin on the Invasion of Italy. Sept. 7, 1943. 92. Hitler's Speech of Sept. 10, 1943. Sept. ll, 1943. 93. The National Fascist Government. Sept. 16, 1943. 94. Mussolini's Liberation Speech. Sept. 20, 1943. 95. Japan: Home Front Crisis. Sept. 25, 1943. 96. Laval Prepares for a New Role. Oct. 2, 1943. 97. "Strength Through Fear" Campaign on French Radios. Nov. 1, 1943. 98. "Free Germany" as Psychological Warfare. Nov. 3, 1943. 99. Japan-Nanking Treaty of Alliance. Nov. 5, 1943. 100. Brazzaville and Radio France on Moscow Conference (Nov. 1 and 21,

1943). Nov. 5, 1943.

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Dec. 9,

101. Hitler's Speech of Nov. 8, 1943. Nov. 11, 1943. 102. Petain's Presumed Volte-Face. Nov. 22, 1943. 103. Effects of the Latest Raids as Reported Until Nov. 27. Nov. 30,

. 104. New Nazi Portrait of the American Soldier (Apr.-Nov. 1943). Dec.

10, 1943. 105. Goebbels Edits Hitler: Comparison Between the Radio and Press

Version of Hitler's Speech of Nov. 8, 1943. Dec. 23, 1943. 106. Reactions to the Teheran Conference, Allied and Neutral.

1943. 107. Nazi New Year's Messages by Hitler and Other Leaders.

Jan. 2, 1944. 108.

German Propaganda on the Recent Rail and Steel Threats. Jan. 4,

1944. 109. The Verona Executions. Jan. 13, 1944. 110. Mussolini: the Deterioration of a Political Personality. Jan.

22, 1944. 111.

Argentina Breaks With the Axis. Jan. 29, 1944. 112. Hitler's Speech of Jan. 30, 1944. Jan. 31, 1944. 113. Japanese Atrocities Against War Prisoners. Feb. 2, 1944.

. The Doenitz Year. Feb. 3, 1944. 115. Moscow Moves in New Directions. Feb. 5, 1944. 116. Soviet Press and Radio as Sources of Economic Information. Feb.

19, 1944. 117. Medicine in Germany. Feb. 25, 1944. 118. Upset in Argentina. Feb. 29, 1944. 119. UNRRA on Allied, Neutral, and Enemy Radios (Nov. 9, 1943, to Mar.

5, 1944). Mar. 15, 1984. 120.

Claims of Destroyer Sinking in German Communiques, Mar. 28, 1944. 121. The Future of Germany and of Europe: a Roundup of Opinion in

Allied and Neutral Countries. Apr. 19, 1944. 122. Petain's Trip to Paris: Its Background and Political Implica

tions. May 5, 1944. 123. The Soviet Broadcasting Systen. May 6, 1944. 124. Allied Landings in France: the First Twenty-Four Hours. June 7

1944. 125. Germany's "New Weapon." June 21, 1944. 126. The Resurgence of Democracy in Italy. June 27, 1944. 127. The Atlantic Wall--the Disappearance of a German Legend. July 11,

. Retaliation and the Secret Weapon. July 18, 1944. 129. The Hitler Assassination Attempt: the First Twenty-Four Hours.

July 22, 1944. 130. The Koiso-Yonsi Cabinet. July 25, 1944. 131. The Italian Armistice and Enemy Propaganda. Aug. 30, 1944. 132. The "Annihilation" of Task Force 58. Oct. 19, 1944. Special Report No. l. "Text of the New Company Law of China." May 29,

1946.

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