The Passenger
土曜日 (週刊紙;)

The Doyōbi was an anti-fascist newspaper published in Kyoto, Japan, from July 1936 to November 1937. The Doyōbi ("Saturday", in Japanese) was named after the Vendredi (Friday), an organ of the French Popular Front. Katsuo Nose (1894–1979), Masakazu Nakai (1900–1952) and Kaname Hayashi (1894–1991), who were popular academics in Kyoto, were responsible for the editing, while Raitaro Saito (1903–1997), a film actor, managed the finances and advertisements by sponsors.

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@темы: к слову пришлось, этот нелепый мир