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Fujiwara Norika ga tadoru: sekijûji to Solferino no tatakai (2012)

This program traces the origin and the history of the Red Cross to examine how the organization built a reputation of devotion to the spirit of goodwill and global humanitarianism. Norika ... See full summary »

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This program traces the origin and the history of the Red Cross to examine how the organization built a reputation of devotion to the spirit of goodwill and global humanitarianism. Norika Fujiwara, a famous TV talent in Japan, who is appointed as one of Japan's ambassador for the Red Cross, goes on a solemn mission to Solferino, Italy and Geneve, Switzerland. In her search of Red Cross monuments she will visit the Red Cross headquarters in a journey to discover what makes the organization respected around the world. Written by NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

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15 December 2012 (Japan)  »

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Norika Fujiwara & National Geographic Present: The History of the Red Cross & Battle of Solferino  »

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