Sakae Osugi  

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Sakae Osugi (January 17, 1885September 16, 1923) was a radical Japanese individualist and anarchist. He published numerous anarchist periodicals, helped translate various western anarchist essays into Japanese for the first time, and created Japan's first Esperanto school in 1906. He, Noe Itō, and his nephew were murdered in what became known as the Amakasu Incident.



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