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Parent Shanghai Evening Post & Mercury, April 10, 1946
Date 10 April 1946
Language English
Collection David Nelson Sutton Papers
Box Box 14
Folder Folder 61 | [Add Description]
Repository Virginia Historical Society
[relevant article text] N’King Rape . . . . (Continued from page 1) Will be composed of one judge each from the nine powers the Japanese surrendered to – the United States, Britain, Russia, France, China, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands – will try only top-ranking war criminals found to have “conspired, instituted and conducted aggressive war in violation of treaties.” Meanwhile, Supreme Headquarters ordered the Japanese government to deliver to the International Prosecution Section plans for the fortification of the Pacific islands mandated to it at the end of World War I. The fortification of these former German islands by Japan was in direct violation of the League of Nations Covenant.