文明のターンテーブルThe Turntable of Civilization on September 2016

日本の時間、世界の時間。
The time of Japan, the time of the world

In Siberia in March the temperature drops to several tens of degrees below zero.

2017-06-30 18:16:38 | 日記

The following is the continuation of the previous chapter.

Tojo and Matsuoka are benefactors of Jew people

I will return to Manchuria in 1938.

A large amount of Jews refugees escaping from Germany was shaken by the Siberian Railway from Europe, in February at Otpor where Manchuri Station of northern end of Manchuria Country, it is on the Soviet Union side soon, and it arrived one after another.

Soon the number expanded to 20,000 people, and many infants were there.

Refugees hurriedly built a tent in the wilderness, it produced a barrack and surpassed it.

In Siberia in March the temperature drops to several tens of degrees below zero.

The Soviet Union refused to accept Jewish refugees and tried to send it back to Europe.

Refugees strongly wanted to enter Manchuria.

An executive of the Jewish Far East Association who was a Jewish resident’s organization in Harbin met with Major General Higuchi of the Kwantung Army's Harbin military secret service head and solicited to rescue Jewish refugees.

Higuchi made a decision and asked to allow refugees to enter, to Tojo lieutenant general who was chief of staff of Kwantung Army where the headquarters was located in Xīnjīng (present, Changchun).

Tojo quickly agreed, negotiating with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Manchuria, was able to enter Jewish refugees.

Son of Major General Higuchi (later Lieutenant General) is a university professor in Tokyo, "My father told that Tojo Chief of staff did not allow him to have Jewish refugees never saved”, he testifies.

Matsuoka Yosuke Manzhou railway president ordered a number of relief trains, dispatched Misuzuri, and carried refugees crossing the border.

Matsuoka Yosuke Manchukuo National Railway Governor ordered, prepared a number of relief trains, sent Mǎn zhōu lǐ, carried refugees across the border.

The German Foreign Ministry made a strong protest against the Japanese government putting a large number of Jewish refugees into Manchuria.

It was immediately reported to the Kwantung Army Headquarters, but Tojo lieutenant general, "I did by natural humanitarian consideration", he rejected the protest.

This draft continues.

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