The Tokyo War Crimes Trial, U.Va.

The Tokyo War Crimes Trial

Digital Collection

Tavenner Papers & IMTFE Official Records, Box 13, Folder 1

Newspaper Clippings 1946

Newspaper Cutting - Japan as a Democrratic State Seen as Test Case for World
Newspaper Cutting - Jottings on Criminal Trial, January 7, 1946
Newspaper Cutting - Report by Matsui Admits His Troops Behaved Wrongly
Newspaper Cutting - Missionary Tells of Jap Atrocities
Newspaper Cutting - Worth of International Law Proved at Nuremberg Trials
Newspaper Cutting - Defense Attempts to Show Minami as War Avoider
Newspaper Cutting - Carter Heads Valley, Inc
Newspaper Cutting - Japanese-Seated Puppet Emperor of Manchuria Will Testify at Trials
Newspaper Cutting - Forces Which Helped Shape English Character Explained
Newspaper Cutting - Jap Intrigue in North China Told at Trial
Newspaper Cutting - Pu Yi Tells Court He Became Ruler to Oust Japanese
Newspaper Cutting - An Enigma
Newspaper Cutting - Discord Prevalent on China Incident, Defendant Reveals
Newspaper Cutting - War in Manchuria Act of Aggression, Prosecutor Says
Newspaper Cutting - Propaganda Film 'On Holy Mission' Screened at Trial
Newspaper Cutting - Revised Constitution Does Not Renounce War in Self-Defense
Newspaper Cutting - Japan's First Aim Was to Get Chiang, Goette Testifies
Newspaper Cutting - Doihara Instigated N. China Hostilities, Gen. Ching Charges
Newspaper Cutting - Jap Ex-Consul at Mukden is Heard at Trial
Newspaper Cutting - Japan Must Make a New Start Based on Christian Morality
Newspaper Cutting - Japanese Who Met Lincoln Did Much for This Nation
Newspaper Cutting - Japan's Aggression in China Described
Newspaper Cutting - Woodstock Socials and Clubs
Newspaper Cutting - Manchurian Phase of Case Resumed at Tribunal Session
Newspaper Cutting - Japs Used U.S. Ship as Screen, Newsman Says
Newspaper Cutting - Teh MAn Behind the Bamboo Screen
Newspaper Cutting - W.V. Ford, Luray, Selected to Succeed Judge Bertram Beginning on Feb. 1, 1947
Newspaper Cutting - Prosecution Offers Additional Evidence on Manchuria Grab
Newspaper Cutting - Tavenner Leaves for Japan
Newspaper Cutting - Prosecution Opens China Part of Case; Testimony is Begun
Newspaper Cutting - Jottings on Criminal Trial, January 6, 1946
Newspaper Cutting - The Constitution - Written and Unwritten
Newspaper Cutting - Ex-Manchu Ruler Gives Testimony at Tokyo Trials