Sato Eisaku / International Relation / 1967

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Synopsis
SATO-LYNDON B. JOHNSON While hundreds of demonstrating left-wing students are arrested and injured in Tokyo, Prime Minister Sato departs for Washington. After talks with President Johnson, it's agreed the Bonin Islands will be returned to Japan while the Ryukyu group, including Okinawa, will be retained. Intertitle: JAPANESE PREMIER. U.S. AGREES TO RETURN ISLANDS.
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Sato Eisaku People Living Being Demonstrator Student (University) Policeman Politician Politics
Activity
Occupation (Occupied) Unrest Protest
Recording location
Ryukyu Islands Japan Eastern Asia Far East Asia Tokyo (City) Tokyo (Prefecture) Honshu
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Anti-USA Demonstration Demonstration (Protest) Political Event Riot Gear Combat Gear Vietnam War War Conflict Student Movement Revolte Students' Demonstration Occupying Power Time of Occupation Police Uniform Uniform Clothes Protest Movement Aftermath International Relation Historic Event Police Megacity Metropolis (City) Large City City Capital City Historical Footage Day
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