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The tag 'Norbert Schlei' is associated with 6 posts.

FTR #509 The Death of Iris Chang

At the time of her death, Iris Chang was researching a book chronicling the experiences of survivors of the Bataan Death March.


FTR #501 Norbert Schlei and the Strange Case of the “57’s”

Norbert Schlei, former assistant attorney general under JFK, attempted to redeem Japanese government bonds issued against the M-Fund, a slush fund from Japanese loot from WWII.


FTR #451 Petals from the Golden Lily

Recorded March 21, 2004 Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 RealAudio Pursuing the subject of the fabulous amount of wealth stolen by the Japanese during World War II under Golden Lily (the formal name of the Japanese looting program), this broadcast supplements discussion presented in other ‘For The Record’ programs. Having secreted over $100-billion […]


FTR #426 The Return of the Rising Sun, Part 2

” . . . this program highlights the profound corporate connections between American financial and industrial institutions and . . . the giant family trusts that controlled Japan. . . .”


Norbert Schlei, 73; Principal Author of Civil Rights Act, Other Landmark Laws

Norbert A. Schlei, key lawyer in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations who found legal underpinning for the 1962 blockade of Cuba, wrote landmark civil rights legislation and once waged a strong bid to replace an entrenched Republican California secretary of state, has died. He was 73.


FTR #290 The Japanese Economy and the Kido Organization

The post-war Japanese economy is inextricably linked with the flight capital program set up by Koichi Kido, Hirohito’s principal assistant.