The Tokyo War Crimes Trial, U.Va.

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Doc. No. 885 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Sealed treaty of 24 Feb 1939 between Japan, Germany, Italy and Manchukuo making Manchukuo a member of the Anti-Communist Internationale. Persons implicated: UEDA; CHANG CHING HUI; WAGNER; CORTESE.
Date: 
1946CE Mar 18th

Doc. No. 1379 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Photostat: Memorandum re conversations between German Foreign Minister and Japanese Ambassador SATO in presence of KURUSU and STAHMER and between HITLER and CIANO. Persons implicated: STAHMER; OSHIMA, Hiroshi; SATO. Crimes to which document applicable: Conspiracy for aggressive warfare.
Date: 
1969CE Dec 31st

Group Numbers and Assigned Counsel

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Lists the assigned counsel for each group assigned to specific aspects of the trial. Groups include: 1. Japanese Constitution, Written and Customary, and the Functions of the Various Offices Held by Defendants; 2. Manchurian Military Aggression, 1931-1945; 3. All China Military Aggression, 1937-1945; 4. Economic Aggression in China, 1932-1945; 5. Narcotics in China and Elsewhere, 1923-1945; 6. Preparations for War; 7. Preparing Japanese Opinion for War; 8. Relations with Germany, Italy, France, and Thailand; 9. Relations with U. S. S. R.; 10. Relations with U. S. A. and British Commonwealth; 11. Relations with Netherlands and Portugal; 12. Class B Offenses; 13. Class C. Offenses 1931-45; 14. Law Relating to Class A; 15. Law Relating to Class B and C.

Doc. No. 4096 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Photostat: Memorandum about a conference between Hitler and OSHIMA in the presence of Ribbentrop. Source of Original: Nuremberg through War Department. Persons implicated: OSHIMA. Crimes to which document applicable: German-Japanese-Italian collaboration; atrocities at sea.
Date: 
197CE Sep 4th

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. 1392 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of "Minutes of Joint Conference of Army, Navy, and Foreign Office Authorities on Intensification of Coalition Among Japan, Germany and Italy." Persons implicated: ANTO, ISHIZAWA, and TAJIRI (all Chiefs of Section, Foreign Ministry); Lt. Col. TAKAYAMA (Army); Maj. TANEMURA (General Staff); Commander SHIBA (Navy). Crimes to which document applicable: Aggression -- French Indo-China; conspiracy for world domination.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 17th

Doc. No. 870 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Handwritten records for the Session of the Privy Council on November 6, 1937; Attached: Text of Anti-Comintern Pact and Protocol thereto and Protocol regarding Italy's adherence to the above. Persons implicated: HIROTA, Koki; HIRANUMA, Kiichiro; YONAI, Mitsumasa; SUGIYAMA, General. Crimes to which document applicable: Conspiracy for aggressive warfare; Anti-Comintern Pact.
Date: 
1946CE Mar 18th

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