Facts about Eisaku Sato

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Eisaku Sato was a famous Politician from Japan, who lived between March 27, 1901 and June 3, 1975.

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He/she is born under the zodiac aries, who is known for Active, Demanding, Determined, Effective, Ambitious. Our collection contains 9 quotes who is written / told by Eisaku.

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Famous quotes by Eisaku Sato (9)


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"It is only natural that for any statesman at the helm of any government the question of his country's security should be a concern of the utmost importance"
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"Japan is the only country in the world to have suffered the ravages of atomic bombing. That experience left an indelible mark on the hearts of our people, making them passionately determined to renounce all wars"
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"It was also during my tenure of office that the Japanese Government agreed to the conclusion of a Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and signed it, pursuing a policy in harmony with the avowed desire of the people"
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"It is the earnest hope of our people that the world may see the day when all nuclear weapons are abolished"
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"The international order established at the end of World War II could certainly have been worse. However, this order did contain certain factors which bore within them the seeds of instability"
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"The desire to see Okinawa returned to Japan developed into a broad national consensus among our people"
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"Subsequently, the Japanese people experienced a variety of vicissitudes and were involved in international disputes, eventually, for the first time in their history, experiencing the horrors of modern warfare on their own soil during World War II"
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"If the attainment of peace is the ultimate objective of all statesmen, it is, at the same time, something very ordinary, closely tied to the daily life of each individual"
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"All through the years since World War II, the Japanese people have, I am convinced, made strenuous efforts to preserve and promote world peace, contributing to the progress and prosperity of mankind"


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