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DIXIE MISSION & SUSUMU OKANO

Dixie Mission Remembered in Beijing
ニクソンによる米中国交回復はDixie Mission抜きには考えられない。そして近未来の米中関係の暗示にもなる。今後アメリカの対中政策の裏の裏を読み取る際の参考になると判断して、このリンクをもう一度繰り返しておく。

...General Joseph W. Stilwell first suggested sending the mission and President Franklin D. Roosevelt approved it...

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RARE EXPERIENCE FOR FIVE NISEI IN WW II. DIXIE MISSION BROUGHT NISEI IN HISTORIC ASSOCIATION WITH RANKING CHINESE COMMUNIST LEADERS IN CAVES OF YAN’AN, CHINA.
by JAPANESE AMERICAN VETERANS ASSOCIATION:

There were about 150 of them(=the prisoners) assigned as students of the Farmers and Peasants School, where they were under indoctrination to become communists, or members of the Emancipation League, which created propaganda material targeted at Japanese troops in China. The Nisei had unimpeded access to the prisoners, who provided valuable intelligence. They(the Nisei) also worked with Susumu Okano, known in Japan as Sanzo Nozaka, head of the Japan Communist Party who escaped from Japan in the early 1930’s to the Soviet Union and finally to China. Nozaka was responsible for the POWs

According to Roger Ariyoshi of Honolulu, Hawaii, his father, Koji, said he held extensive meetings with Nozaka at his cave, located about four miles from the Observer Group, to obtain Nozaka’s insights on American propaganda leaflets and material that were used against the Japanese troops. Also, Ariyoshi’s instructions were to evaluate the effectiveness of Nozaka’s propaganda efforts.

The following year he(Nomura) was assigned to Japan, where he served in the Occupation for five years as a translator. During this time, he and a group of Nisei met with Nozaka at a Japanese teahouse. “It was an opportunity for reunion with an old friend,”

Following his graduation, he(Ariyoshi) joined the Office of War Information, led a 10-man psywar team to New Delhi, India. In June 1944, he was deployed to Burma, where he was picked to serve on the Dixie Mission

he(Uesato) was sent to Japan for Occupation duty, where he would serve from 1946 - 1947. One day, Uesato visited the Japan Communist Party headquarters in Tokyo for a cordial surprise reunion with Nozaka.



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