First Quarter

The U. S. world flyers (TIME, March 24, et seq.) landed at Kasumigaura, 90 miles from Tokyo, about one-quarter of their course completed. A loud chorus of banzais from a thousand throats, belonging to Japanese officers and bluejackets who were beribboned and bemedalled, greeted the aviators as they stepped from their machines. Hundreds of school children waving American flags shouted shrilly hundreds and hundreds more banzais. Major General Yasumitsu, Commander of the Army Air Service, was there, accompanied by Admiral Komoku, Chief of the Naval...

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