Japan mediates conflict and its officials endorse PeaceTreaty between Vichy France and Thailand, during World War II.
Japan Date:1941, May 9 Duration:2 min 39 sec Sound:Yes
After successfully mediating an armistice between French forces in Indochina and Thailand, during World War II, Japan facilitates the signing of a Peace Treaty between Vichy France and Thailand. Cars carrying diplomats enter gates of the Japanese prime minister's official residence. Views of the Treaty being signed in the Great Hall. Japanese, Thai, and French officials are seen at a conference table, signing the Peace Treaty documents, on May 9 1941. Japanese Foreign Minister Yousuke Matsuoka delivers a congratulatory address following the signing of the Treaty. Officials have drinks. A Vichy French official speaks. Thai official speaks before microphone.
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