Newspaper Cutting - Togo Blamed For Pearl Harbor Raid
Newspaper clipping produced by the United Press reporting on the case against Tojo's foreign minister, Shigenori Togo. Discusses the other two men, NAGANO and SUGIYAMA, who were also blamed for the attack, but who had died before being fully tried. NAGANO assumed full responsibility for the attack, but died January 5, 1947 while SUGIYAMA committed Hara Kiri soon after Japan's surrender. The prosecution accused Togo of attempting to delay President Roosevelt's last minute "triple priority" peace appeal from reaching Emperor Hirohito.