Category:Tokyo Rose

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English: Tokyo Rose, the name given by the Allies of World War II to a collection of several women who announced in propaganda broadcasts from Japan. The best known of these was American Iva Toguri ("Orphan Ann"), but there were several others.
Tokyo Rose 
generic name used by Allied forces during World War II for English-speaking female broadcasters on Japanese propaganda radio stations
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La Rosa de Tokio (es); Rose de Tokyo (fr); Токийская Роза (ru); Tokyo Rose (de); Tokyo Rose (vi); 東京玫瑰 (zh); Tokyo Rose (tr); 東京ローズ (ja); Tokyo Rose (id); Tokyo Rose (sv); Tokijska Róża (pl); ടോക്യോ റോസ്‌ (ml); Tokyo Rose (nl); กุหลาบโตเกียว (th); Rosa di Tokio (it); Tokion Ruusu (fi); 도쿄 로즈 (ko); Tokyo Rose (en); طوكيو روز (ar); Tokyo Rose (nb); שושנת טוקיו (he) generic name used by Allied forces during World War II for English-speaking female broadcasters on Japanese propaganda radio stations (en); Antigua táctica militar estadounidense (es); Surnom (fr); Wikimedia roll (br) زهرة طوكيو (ar)

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