The Tokyo War Crimes Trial, U.Va.

The Tokyo War Crimes Trial

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Documents re Anticomintern Pact

Documents re Anticomintern Pact

Date
Language English
Collection Tavenner Papers & IMTFE Official Records
Box Box 12
Folder IPS Documents Unnumbered
Repository University of Virginia Law Library
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Lists a number of documents that could offer evidence regarding the Anti-Comintern Pact including including pertinent document numbers and analysis of how the documents may be used as evidence. Included: a magazine entitled "TAIYO DAI NIPPON"; "a file of documents relative to the Secret Military Agreement entered into at the time the Anti-Comintern Pact was signed"; publication "Report of Duty Routine, 1936 of Foreign Office European-Asia Bureau"; "handwritten records of the session of the Privy Council on November 6, 1937"; Sealed Treaty of 24 February 1939 between Japan, Germany, Italy and Manchukuo; original of the protocol between Germany, Italy and Japan regarding participation of Italy in the Anti-Comintern Agreement; record of the proceedings of the Privy Council of November 2, 1936; official meetings of the Privy Council 1937; record of the meeting of the Investigating Committee of the Privy Council on November 20, 1936; minutes of the Privy Council Committee relative to the conclusion of the Japanese-German Treaty (1936); collection of unbound leafs of Privy Council record - Minutes of the Privy Council; proceeding of the Privy Council relative to the protocol for Spain's participation in the Anti-Comintern pact; Record of Investigating Committee of the Privy Council of November 21, 1941; record of Privy Council conclusion of the Anti-Comintern Pact 1939; record of the proceeding of the Privy Council in 1939; Minutes of the Privy Council meeting of November 25, 1936 in regard to ratification of Japanese-German Anti-Comintern Agreement; collection of weekly government periodicals; "report from the German ambassador in Tokyo VON DIRKSEN to the Germany Foreign Ministry in regard to conversation with Foreign Minister SATO"; telegram from Evon WEISZACKER to German Ambassador in Tokyo dated July 28, 1937; telegram dated July 28, 1937 from WEISZACKER to the German Embassy in Nanking; collection of copies of official documents from Privy Council files; "folder containing copies in Japanese, Italian, German, and Spanish of Spain's participation in the Anti-Comintern Pact and annexed protocol"; "Tokyo Gazette" from January, February, and March of 1942; and a document containing "the Anti-Comintern Agreement, the attached protocol, the secret protocol, and the agreement to maintain secrecy with respect to the last mentioned protocol."