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  1. People From Yamaguchi Prefecture: Ito Hirobumi, Katsura Taro, Hisaichi Terauchi, Nobusuke Kishi, Eisaku Sato, Tadahiko Hayashi
  2. Ldp-Mitglied (Japan): Sato Eisaku, Yukio Hatoyama, Taro Aso, Yasuo Fukuda, Jun'ichiro Koizumi, Nakasone Yasuhiro, Ichiro Ozawa, Shinzo Abe (German Edition)
  3. Handelsminister (Japan): Sato Eisaku, Nakasone Yasuhiro, Okuma Shigenobu, Enomoto Takeaki, Yoshiro Mori, Watanabe Michio, Shoichi Nakagawa (German Edition)
  4. Finanzminister (Japan): Sato Eisaku, Liste Der Finanzminister Japans, Naoto Kan, Watanabe Michio, Shiokawa Masajuro, Shoichi Nakagawa (German Edition)
  5. Japanese Nobel Laureates: Ryoji Noyori, Eisaku Sato, Masatoshi Koshiba, Kenzaburo Oe, Yasunari Kawabata, Osamu Shimomura
  6. Bauminister (Japan): Sato Eisaku, Yoshiro Mori, Shizuka Kamei, Tamisuke Watanuki, Taku Yamasaki, Seiji Maehara, Nariaki Nakayama (German Edition)
  7. Wirtschaftsminister (Japan): Sato Eisaku, Nakasone Yasuhiro, Okuma Shigenobu, Enomoto Takeaki, Yoshiro Mori, Shoichi Nakagawa, Tojo Hideki (German Edition)
  8. Kommunikationsminister (Japan): Sato Eisaku, Taro Aso, Jun'ichiro Koizumi, Goto Shimpei, Enomoto Takeaki, Hara Takashi, Kunio Hatoyama (German Edition)
  9. Japanese Anti-Communists: Hideki Tojo, Nobusuke Kishi, Eisaku Sato, Shinzo Abe, Shintaro Ishihara, Yuriko Koike, Ryoichi Sasakawa, Uyoku Dantai
  10. Japanischer Premierminister: Sato Eisaku, Ito Hirobumi, Yukio Hatoyama, Taro Aso, Yasuo Fukuda, Liste der Premierminister Japans (German Edition)
  11. Siblings of Prime Ministers of Japan: Nobusuke Kishi, Eisaku Sato, Kunio Hatoyama, Princess Tomohito of Mikasa
  12. Mitglied Des Shugiin: Sato Eisaku, Yukio Hatoyama, Tsuji Masanobu, Taro Aso, Yasuo Fukuda, Jun'ichiro Koizumi, Naoto Kan, Nakasone Yasuhiro (German Edition)
  13. New tasks for Japan;: Two speeches (Japan Reference Series) by Eisaku Sato, 1969
  14. Sato Eisaku to kodo seicho (Showa no saisho ; dai 6-kan) (Japanese Edition) by Isamu Togawa, 1982

1. Eisaku Sato Winner Of The 1974 Nobel Prize In Peace
Speech; eisaku sato Memorial Foundation for Cooperation with the United NationsUniversity Google, Search WWW Search The nobel Prize Internet Archive.
1974 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
    Prime Minister of Japan.
    March 27, 1901- June 3, 1975
    Place of Birth: Tabuse, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan
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2. Index Of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates
sato, eisaku, 1974. Schweitzer, Albert, 1952. Back to The nobel Prize InternetArchive Literature * Peace * Chemistry * Physics * Economics * Medicine
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3. Eisaku Sato - Biography
(Articles from the New York Times. See especially pp. 35862 and passim.) sato, eisaku . In CB, 1965. From nobel Lectures, Peace 1971-1980.
Eisaku Sato was born on March 27, 1901 in Tabuse, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.
In 1921, completing the course of senior high school, he entered Tokyo Imperial University (now Tokyo University ) and majored in German jurisprudence.
In 1923, he passed the senior civil service examinations, and in the following year, upon graduating from the University, he joined the Ministry of Railways. In the Ministry, he held various important posts, such as Director of the Osaka Railways Bureau from 1944 to 1946 and Vice-Minister for Transportation from 1947 to 1948.
He married Hiroko Sato on February 23, 1926 and has two sons, Ryutaro and Shinji.
His hobbies include golf, fishing, and performing the traditional Japanese tea ceremony (chanoyu) with his wife.
His first contact with the political world was on his appointment to the post of Chief Cabinet Secretary of the second Yoshida Cabinet in 1948.
In 1949, he was elected to the House of Representatives and since then he has held the following Government and Party posts:

4. Eisaku Sato - Nobel Lecture
eisaku sato – nobel Lecture. nobel Lecture, December 11, 1974. ThePursuit of Peace and Japan in the Nuclear Age. Excellencies, Ladies
Nobel Lecture, December 11, 1974
The Pursuit of Peace and Japan in the Nuclear Age
Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,
Having the exceptional honor to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, rich in tradition and honored throughout the world, before such a distinguished assembly, was, indeed, the most memorable occasion of my life. I believe that it is not upon me alone that this rare honor has been bestowed; the Japanese people share it with me. All through the years since World War II, the Japanese people have, I am convinced, made strenuous efforts to preserve and promote world peace, contributing to the progress and prosperity of mankind. It is, therefore, on behalf of the Japanese people as well that I respectfully express my profound gratitude to the Nobel Committee of the Norwegian Parliament for their decision to award this prize to us. It is with great pride as a Japanese and with deep humility as an individual that I accept this prize. I have held the post of Prime Minister of Japan for one-third of the 22-year period since the San Francisco Peace Treaty entered into force. It seems to me that this is an appropriate opportunity to look back upon the Japanese people's opting for peace, and the efforts they have made to give substance to that decision.

5. Sato Eisaku
sato eisaku. led to Japan's signing of the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of NuclearWeapons, he was awarded (with cowinner Seán MacBride) the nobel Prize for
Sato Eisaku
Sato Eisaku Library of Congress/Corbis (b. March 27, 1901, Tabuse, Yamaguchi prefecture, Japand. June 3, 1975, Tokyo), prime minister of Japan between 1964 and 1972, who presided over Japan's post-World War II reemergence as a major world power. For his policies on nuclear weapons, which led to Japan's signing of the Treaty on the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, he was awarded (with cowinner ) the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1974. After graduating with a degree in law from Tokyo Imperial University (now University of Tokyo) in 1924, Sato joined the Ministry of Railways, becoming the chief of its bureau of control in 1941 and vice-minister for transportation in 1948. That same year he joined the Liberal Party and was elected in 1949 to the lower house of the Diet (parliament). Becoming minister of construction in 1952, he resigned his post the following year to become chief secretary of the Liberal Party. When the Liberal Party was merged with the Democratic Party, Sato became one of the leading members of the new coalition called the Liberal-Democratic Party. During the late 1950s he served as minister of finance in the cabinet of his older brother and political mentor, Kishi Nobusuke. Kishi was succeeded in 1960 by Ikeda Hayato, in whose cabinet Sato also served. After Ikeda resigned because of ill health, the Diet in November 1964 chose Sato as his successor. As prime minister Sato presided over the continued growth of the Japanese economy and the improvement of Japanese relations with other Asian countries. Although Sato increased Japanese trade with mainland China to some extent, China distrusted his policies toward Taiwan and his support of the United States cause in the Vietnam War. In 1969 Sato reached an agreement with U.S. President Richard M. Nixon for future return of the Ryukyu Islands to Japan, the removal of all nuclear weapons from the area, and the continued maintenance of the U.S.-Japanese Mutual Security Treaty. Sato came under heavy criticism for provisions in the agreement that allowed U.S. military forces to remain on Okinawa Island after its return to Japan.

6. Nobel Prize Winners S-U
structure, Sartre, JeanPaul (declined), 1964, literature, France,philosopher, dramatist. sato eisaku, 1974, peace, Japan, Schally,Andrew
Article Year Category Country* Achievement Literary Area Saavedra Lamas, Carlos peace Argentina Sabatier, Paul chemistry France method of hydrogenating organic compounds Sachs, Nelly literature Sweden poet Sadat, Anwar el- peace Egypt Saint-John Perse literature France poet Sakharov, Andrey Dmitriyevich peace U.S.S.R. Sakmann, Bert physiology/medicine Germany discovery of how cells communicate, as related to diseases Salam, Abdus physics Pakistan unification of electromagnetism and the weak interactions of subatomic particles Samuelson, Paul economics U.S. work in scientific analysis of economic theory Samuelsson, Bengt Ingemar physiology/medicine Sweden biochemistry and physiology of prostaglandins Sanger, Frederick chemistry U.K. determination of the structure of the insulin molecule Sanger, Frederick chemistry U.K. development of chemical and biological analyses of DNA structure Sartre, Jean-Paul (declined) literature France philosopher, dramatist Sato Eisaku peace Japan Schally, Andrew Victor physiology/medicine U.S.

7. Based On The Nobel Peace Prize Awarded In December 1974 To The Late Eisaku Sato,
Brief history of the Foundation Based on the nobel Peace Prize awarded in December1974 to the late eisaku sato, a former Prime Minister, the Foundation was
Library Fund from 'Eisaku Sato Memorial Foundation for Cooperation with the United Nations University'
Eisaku Sato (1901-75) The former prime minister of Japan who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1974, was the first Asian to receive the Peace Prize. Chair of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Aasa Lionaes, declared in her presentation that the committee wished "to emphasize the important role the Japanese people have played in promoting close and friendly cooperation with other nations." She went on to say that Sato had made a major contribution to peace "by countering the tendency towards a nationalistic policy in Japan after the war" and by conducting a peaceful foreign policy. The Committee attached considerable importance to Sato's opposition to nuclear arms for Japan and his bringing Japan into the pact on the nonproliferation of nuclear arms, signed in February 1970.
Brief history of the Foundation
Based on the Nobel Peace Prize awarded in December 1974 to the late Eisaku Sato, a former Prime Minister, the Foundation was established on 11 November 1975, as a public corporation with the joint support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of education, Science and Culture, to fulfil the vision of the late Mr. Sato "to cooperate with the development of the United Nations University and to contribute to the improvement of world peace and welfare".
The late Prime Minister Eisaku Sato's ideal was the improvement of world peace and welfare and he believed that the United Nations had a major role in achieving it. For this reason, he went to extraordinary lengths to establish the United Nations University and attract it to Japan, and it was his fervent wish to strengthen the advancement of the University. Under the inspiration of the late former Prime Minister Eisaku Sato, the objectives of this Foundation are to contribute to the development of the United Nations University and to the attainment of world peace and welfare.

University was established by the late Mr. eisaku sato, former Prime Minister ofJapan, with the monetary award he received with his 1974 nobel Peace Prize.
21 November 2000
The Eisaku Sato Memorial Foundation for Cooperation with the United Nations University is now accepting entries for its annual international essay contest. The theme of the contest is "The Role of the United Nations in the International Community of the 21st Century." The Eisaku Sato Memorial Prize Essay Contest 2000 is open to international participation by anyone who has an interest in the United Nations University and in the selected topic, regardless of age, nationality or profession. Essays may be in either English (3,000 to 6,000 words) or Japanese (8,000 to 16,000 characters). English essays should be typed on A4-size paper and include an abstract of up to 450 words. Japanese essays should be accompanied by an abstract of up to 1,200 characters. All entries must include a cover sheet listing the contributor's name, affiliation, age, gender, nationality, address, and telephone and/or fax numbers. The deadline for entry is 31 January 2001 . Essays should be submitted to: The Eisaku Sato Memorial Foundation for Cooperation
with the United Nations University
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9. Sato, Eisaku. The American Heritage® Dictionary Of The English Language: Fourth
2000. sato, eisaku. SYLLABICATION Sa·to. PRONUNCIATION sä t. He sharedthe 1974 nobel Peace Prize for his efforts toward nuclear disarmament.
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