Defense Summation on Japanese-American Negotiations (Defense Doc. No. 3100)
Ten page document that gives the page and line number along with an analysis comment regarding the defense summation on Japanese-American Negotiations (Defense Doc. No. 3100), Misstatements of Fact or Incorrect Citations -- Pages 1 - 120. Mostly focuses on which claims cannot be verified, cited, or substantiated. Topics include: distortion of Chief Prosecutor's words to imply that Japan was on trial, inaccuracy of portraying American as negotiating for time, Ballantine statement regarding Japanese proposals, the Tri-Partite Pact, Hull's diplomatic language in reply to NOMURA, NOMURA's statement, negotiations after the Japanese went into South Indo-China, Japan's statement that she go only so far regarding economic differences, right of Japan to station troops in Inner Mongolia and North China, 5-year troop withdrawal proposal, knowledge of Japanese diplomatic communications, United States influence regarding Japanese actions towards French Indo-China, the oil problem, KONOYE's proposal to TOJO to meet with Roosevelt, Roosevelt and negotiations, KURUSU and negotiations, misstatement NOMURA's report about arguments on the part of the U.S. press, TOJO, TOGO and KIDO's decision that it was not worthwhile bringing the note to the attention of the Emperor, position of Colonel TOMURA, plan of a Roosevelt-KONOYE conference, Nine-Power Treaty, terms of service of Ambassadors OSHIMA and SHIRATORI.