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Dogen Z

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I checked the Mainichi News website to look for part 4 of the interview series but it wasn't posted. Not only that, part 3 has been pulled, and the whole series no longer appear as a feature on the homepage. Without any kind of explanation.

Was it censorship? I don't think it was controversial at all, it's old news. There was just a short sentence about the firebombing of Tokyo and Yokohama. But that's about it. Puzzling and disturbing.
 

biru san1

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Japanese Americans

I checked the Mainichi News website to look for part 4 of the interview series but it wasn't posted. Not only that, part 3 has been pulled, and the whole series no longer appear as a feature on the homepage. Without any kind of explanation.
Was it censorship? I don't think it was controversial at all, it's old news. There was just a short sentence about the firebombing of Tokyo and Yokohama. But that's about it. Puzzling and disturbing.

:?

I too checked this out... Who knows, we live in strange times, however, if it is censorship, I can almost be forgiving of that... Some emotions can never be soothed... I will bring 9/11/2001 to my grave... Look forward to perhaps chatting with you again sometime... Ogenkede... biru san1
 

Dogen Z

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Pt. 4

Parts 3 & 4 of that article are now available on the web page. It must have been some kind of screw-up. There's nothing controversial in the article, but it's still interesting from a historical perspective.
 

biru san1

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Japanese Americans

Parts 3 & 4 of that article are now available on the web page. It must have been some kind of screw-up. There's nothing controversial in the article, but it's still interesting from a historical perspective.




Tks. for the info... biru san1
 
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