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Parent Suganuma Eiji on TOJO
Date 23 February 1948
Language English
Collection Tavenner Papers & IMTFE Official Records
Box Box 6
Folder General Reports and Memoranda from February 1948
Repository University of Virginia Law Library
1945, Kuranami, Nagaura-mura Kimitsu-gun, Chiha-ken (former address) 4, 5 chome, Kobiki-cho, Kyohashi-ku, Tokyo Feb. 23, 1948 Dear Mr. Keenan, Chief Prosecutor, International Prosecution Section. I hasten to inform you that I am praying that you and your colleagues may enjoy good health and happiness. I sincerely applaud your incessant efforts in the historical case of the Tokyo trial on which the eyes of the whole world are directed, and am deeply grateful to you. This is a great honor and the trial in accordance with the way of Christ (a great man) and the saintly ways of Sakya, Socrates, Confucius, etc., which has been conducted with the broad-mindedness of the three great powers, namely, the United States, England and China, is at last drawing near the end. Now Tojo Hideki has returned to the original human figure and seems to be