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Doc. No. 100 Supp. - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Extract, "N. Y. Times" re Japanese troops landing in Malaya. Crimes to which document applicable: Aggression -- Malaya; relations with Great Britain. Summary of relevant points: "Extract shows landings in Malaya, invasion of Thailand, bombing of Singapore and Hong Kong.
Date: 
1946CE May 31st

Doc. No. 1266 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Photostat: Telegram from E. von Weiszacker (Under-Secretary of Foreign Affairs) apparently to Germany Ambassador in Tokyo. Crimes to which document applicable: China Incident (Marco Polo Bridge); Aggressive warfare in China.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 11th

Doc. No. 1108 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Book, "Business Reports, 1938" (Volume 1). Persons implicated: HIROTA; ARITA; OSHIMA; UGAKI; OTT. Crimes to which document applicable: Economic aggression in Northern and Middle China.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 2nd

Doc. No. 1271 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Photostats: Telegrams exchanged between German Foreign Ministry and Embassies in Hankow and Tokyo. Persons Implicated: HIROTA. Crimes to which document applicable: Aggressive Warfare against China; Recognition of Manchukuo.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 11th

Doc. No. 1616 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Discussion of the Axis Nations. Crimes to which document applicable: Preparation of Japanese opinion for war. Summary of relevant points: Pamphlet, by SHIRATORI, Toshio, is an encomium of NAZI GERMANY in which the author sees ultimate ruin for FRANCE and BRITAIN. He urges a strong alliance with ITALY and GERMANY so that JAPAN may be the caretaker of the "new order" in ASIA. Rabid against pro-Anglo-American sympathizers, he declares that JAPAN's sphere of existence should include MANCHURIA, CHINA, and the SOUTH SEAS.
Date: 
196CE May 14th

Doc. No. 260 Summary

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Defense document number 260 - Map of Distribution of Japanese in Manchuria, 1928 exhibit description. For use in the Manchurian phase. Notation at the top of the page states "withdrawn - to be introduced later." Bottom part of the page has a handwritten note: "Check page 29, Lytton Rep't." Summary of document states: "It could be pointed out that though the total Japanese population of Manchuria in 1928 is only given as 206,203, the 101,000 Japanese living in Kwantung Leased Territory were actually under Japanese rule and another 88,000 in the SMR zone were under Japanese military protection. Hence the bona fide Japanese settlers at this time numbered only about 16,000 persons."

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