|Collaboration between Japan, Germany and Italy Vol. VI
|Tavenner Papers & IMTFE Official Records
|Japan, Germany, Italy Collaboration Vol 6
|University of Virginia Law Library
of the organizations and societies of the Nazi Party /NSDAP? should follow a unified point of view, the Foreign Office has asked the Fuehrer's deputy to send a representa¬tive to the Committee. I am glad that this proposal has been complied with, and heartily welcome Herr SCHULTE- STRATHAUS to this circle. "This, like the addition of advisors and experts, is an innovation in the sphere of Culture Committees. I expect much for the activity of our committee from the ef¬fectiveness of these co-workers* I thank the parties here concerned for the fact that they are willing to fit their work abroad in their occasional special spheres into the great frame of our efforts and tasks in linking our peoples together. Through your share in the committee you, the advisors and experts, will be currently informed of the whole picture of the German-Japanese Culture Committee and be put in a position to adopt suggestions and possibilities, which arise in the one sphere, in your own spheres of work in the same way. In this way every fruitful thought and every show of initiative must be made available to all con¬cerned, and a maximum of achievement be obtained by systematic work which is only possible through the fitting of individual enterprises into the general frame. "The German-Japanese Culture Committee is a working committee which, in accordance with the German-Japanese agree-ment on cultural cooperation of 25 November 193$ will discuss and advise on practical measures, the achievement of which will be suited to systematically furthering German-Japanese cultural relations.