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Radio Tokyo

Radio Tokyo is the informal English name for the entity more properly called Japan Broadcasting Corporation in English and Nippon Hoso Kyokai (NHK) in Japanese. In November 1941, The Japanese Imperial Army nationalized all public news agencies and coordinated their efforts through the Information Liaison Confidential Committee, which included representatives from the Army, the Navy, the Foreign Ministry, the Government Information Office, the Cabinet Information Bureau, the Home Ministry, the Great East Asia Ministry, the Transportation Ministry, the Domei News Agency and the NHK. Thereafter, all published and broadcast news reports became official announcements of the Imperial Army General Headquarters in Tokyo for the duration of World War II.



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