IRRC No. 9

What the Japanese Junior Red Cross is doing about Disseminating the Geneva Conventions

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Japan owes all the credit of possessing a high rate of literacy to the school-teacher, to whom people look for any kind of guidance, sometimes too much. Parents go to teachers even for child guidance in the home and so do community leaders for help in community problems. It was been a tradition ever since the modern school system was introduced into this country 80 years ago to enlighten the people to such an extent as to be counted one of the best educated countries in the world within a short time.

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