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According to a book about foreign war correspondents in Finland during Winter War, Talvisodan Kuva (Picture of Winter War) by Martti Julkunen, the name of the other japanese reporter was Kitano Kichiano, born in 1892 and been in Helsinki between 14th - 22nd Jan-40.CanKiwi2 wrote:I'm looking for any information (and photos) of two Japanese Reporters who worked in Finland covered the Russo-Finnish Winter War of late 1939 / early 1940. There names were Tsurutaro Adachi (reported for Domei) and Kichiano Kitaro (Asahi newspapers). They're on a list of reporters who were accredited in Finland for the Winter War.
hisashi wrote:Thanks Juha. I found him!
Kitano is family name. His last name was not Kichiano, but Kichinai. Very rare name. I firstly see this name.
北野吉内 was dead in 1956. In his last days he was a board member of Asahi's subsidiary issuing English paper Asahi Evening News . This paper was succeeded by International Herald Tribune. This paper was a joint work of Asahi and NY times when founded in 2001 but it seems Asahi already retreated.
The following is a report by Kitano in 1929 of Graf Zeppelin airship (germany to Japan, but he was on his way from New York, after his stay 1925-1929).
http://www.lib.kobe-u.ac.jp/das/jsp/ja/ ... FILE&POS=1
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