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WWII Post War Japan

The group before and after the ceremony, the two nuns on the left have taken their final vows, the other in the group in their kimonos will, after an 18 month period of preparation be ready to take their final vows as nuns in Tokyo, Japan on Oct. 8, 1946, LTOR Toshi Kuriyuma, from Tokyo, now Sister Margarita, Kyoka Endo, from Sendai, now Sister Marie Assunta, Lku Noda, from Fukuoka, now, Sister Agnes de Marie, Yurika Takahashi, from Wakamatsu, now Sister he l’Annonciation, Kazuko Nishidate, from Sendai, now Sister de St. Paul, Machiko Henokuma, from Kamakura, sister Marie Dolores, Taku Kimura, Sendai, now sister Marie, Shizu Kataaka, from Nagasaki, now Sister Angelus. (AP Photo/C. P. Gorry)

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461008060
October 08, 1946 12:00:00 AM
May 23, 2011 03:01:42 PM
C. P. Gorry
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
25559
3000 x 2214 3.05 MB
General news, Religious strife
Standing Religion Oath Catholicism
Tokyo, Japan
APHS397551
IP SK

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