March to Victory

Report of a conference in Caux and the journey of the MRA force through Switzerland and Germany with the play “The Dragon” : Visit of Nobusuke Kishi (former Prime Minister of Japan) in Caux. He is greeted by General Ho…

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Report of a conference in Caux and the journey of the MRA force through Switzerland and Germany with the play “The Dragon” :

Visit of Nobusuke Kishi (former Prime Minister of Japan) in Caux. He is greeted by General Ho Ying-chin, former Prime Minister of China, and commander in Chief of the chineese forces during WWII. Several Ministers of the Kishi cabinet speak on the platform. Prime Minister U Nu from Burma takes the platform. Muriel Smith sings for Mr U Nu, while the “Crowning Experience” is shown in Burma, at the initiative of Mr. U Nu.
Chinese people stay at Caux with General Ho Ying-Chin and produce their own “ideological play”, the Dragon. (excrepts of the play are shown). The cast moes to Lucerne, where they are welcomed by the cantonal authorities. The play is shown in front of 5000 people in the biggest hall of Lucerne. The MRA force then moves to the Rütli, the place where Switzerland was founded in 1291. Representatives of the cantonal authorities state that a choice for MRA must be made in the political context the World goes through. The MRA team moes to Schwyz and Sarnen. Swiss army trucks move the material of the cast and crew to places where “The Dragon” is shown. The MRA team moves to Germany in the Black Forest region (Freudenstadt) to show the play there. A brazilian Marshall comes to support the team in Freudenstadt. Prince Richard of Hesse from Germany joins, as well as Rajmohan Gandhi, Chief Walking Buffalo, General Marcel Carpentier (former Commander in Chief of the NATO’s ground forces of central Europe), the founder and first Commander in Chief of the new german Navy, representatives of the Shah from Iran, Irène Laure, Mrs Anthony Quinn (daughter of Cecil B. Demille), Dr William Nkomo, Blanton Belt, Gabriel Marcel and many other political leaders. The force then moves to the Ruhr, industrial heart of Europe.

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