In his little speech, Correspondent Hugh Hessell Tiltman of the London Daily Herald was brutally frank. "I must sound a warning to you Japanese," he told the Nagoya Chamber of Commerce. "The only yardstick by which you measure world reaction towards yourselves is the extremely friendly attitude of the occupation personnel, but there are other places in the world where people are by no means inclined to forget so soon what has happened. I've just come back from Malaya and I must say it'll be some time before Japanese can safely do business there."

Nagoya's businessmen were most interested. "Could you...

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