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Anti-Comintern Pact

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.
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1946CE Mar 18th

Doc. No. 921 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Original of Protocol between Germany, Italy, and Japan and attached copies of Anti-Comintern Agreement between Germany and Japan as well as of annexed protocol to the Anti-Comintern Agreement. Persons implicated: HIROTA, Koki; OSHIMA, Hiroshi, MUSHAKOJI, Kintomo; HOTTA, Masaaki. Crimes to which document applicable: Conspiracy for aggressive warfare.
Date: 
1946CE Mar 21st

Doc. No. 1261 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Photostat: Report from German Ambassador in Tokyo, von Dirksen, to German Foreign Ministry re: Conversation with Foreign Minister SATO about the Anti-Comintern Pact. Persons implicated: SATO. Crimes to which document applicable: Anti-Comintern Pact.
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1946CE Apr 11th

Doc. No. 1105 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Minutes of Privy Council meeting re ratification of Japanese-German Anti-Comintern Agreements. Persons Implicated: HIROTA, Koki; TERAUCHI, Hisaichi; ARITA, Hashiro. Crimes to which document applicable: Anti-Comintern Pact and secret protocol thereto. Contains markings.
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1946CE Apr 1st

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.
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1946CE Mar 18th

Doc. 1005 (1) - Regarding the Necessary Expense of the anti-Comintern National Salvation League

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Describes the points agreed to at the meeting of the China Affairs Board, on the 1st of April, 1939 regarding expenses related to the anti-Comintern National Salvation League. Includes appropiations of funds, use of Chinese currency, and decision to hide Japanese names while "utilizing the surplus funds of the Maritime Customs revenue" . . . "in order to maintain secrecy."
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1939CE Apr 1st

Documents Re Anticomintern Pact

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Lists a number of documents that could offer evidence regarding the Anti-Comintern Pact including including pertinent document numbers and analysis of how the documents may be used as evidence. Included: a magazine entitled "TAIYO DAI NIPPON"; "a file of documents relative to the Secret Military Agreement entered into at the time the Anti-Comintern Pact was signed"; publication "Report of Duty Routine, 1936 of Foreign Office European-Asia Bureau"; "handwritten records of the session of the Privy Council on November 6, 1937"; Sealed Treaty of 24 February 1939 between Japan, Germany, Italy and Manchukuo; original of the protocol between Germany, Italy and Japan regarding participation of Italy in the Anti-Comintern Agreement; record of the proceedings of the Privy Council of November 2, 1936; official meetings of the Privy Council 1937; record of the meeting of the Investigating Committee of the Privy Council on November 20, 1936; minutes of the Privy Council Committee relative to the conclusion of the Japanese-German Treaty (1936); collection of unbound leafs of Privy Council record - Minutes of the Privy Council; proceeding of the Privy Council relative to the protocol for Spain's participation in the Anti-Comintern pact; Record of Investigating Committee of the Privy Council of November 21, 1941; record of Privy Council conclusion of the Anti-Comintern Pact 1939; record of the proceeding of the Privy Council in 1939; Minutes of the Privy Council meeting of November 25, 1936 in regard to ratification of Japanese-German Anti-Comintern Agreement; collection of weekly government periodicals; "report from the German ambassador in Tokyo VON DIRKSEN to the Germany Foreign Ministry in regard to conversation with Foreign Minister SATO"; telegram from Evon WEISZACKER to German Ambassador in Tokyo dated July 28, 1937; telegram dated July 28, 1937 from WEISZACKER to the German Embassy in Nanking; collection of copies of official documents from Privy Council files; "folder containing copies in Japanese, Italian, German, and Spanish of Spain's participation in the Anti-Comintern Pact and annexed protocol"; "Tokyo Gazette" from January, February, and March of 1942; and a document containing "the Anti-Comintern Agreement, the attached protocol, the secret protocol, and the agreement to maintain secrecy with respect to the last mentioned protocol." Onion skin copy of the original document found in Box 12, Folder 3, Item 1.

Documents re Anticomintern Pact

Description: 
Lists a number of documents that could offer evidence regarding the Anti-Comintern Pact including including pertinent document numbers and analysis of how the documents may be used as evidence. Included: a magazine entitled "TAIYO DAI NIPPON"; "a file of documents relative to the Secret Military Agreement entered into at the time the Anti-Comintern Pact was signed"; publication "Report of Duty Routine, 1936 of Foreign Office European-Asia Bureau"; "handwritten records of the session of the Privy Council on November 6, 1937"; Sealed Treaty of 24 February 1939 between Japan, Germany, Italy and Manchukuo; original of the protocol between Germany, Italy and Japan regarding participation of Italy in the Anti-Comintern Agreement; record of the proceedings of the Privy Council of November 2, 1936; official meetings of the Privy Council 1937; record of the meeting of the Investigating Committee of the Privy Council on November 20, 1936; minutes of the Privy Council Committee relative to the conclusion of the Japanese-German Treaty (1936); collection of unbound leafs of Privy Council record - Minutes of the Privy Council; proceeding of the Privy Council relative to the protocol for Spain's participation in the Anti-Comintern pact; Record of Investigating Committee of the Privy Council of November 21, 1941; record of Privy Council conclusion of the Anti-Comintern Pact 1939; record of the proceeding of the Privy Council in 1939; Minutes of the Privy Council meeting of November 25, 1936 in regard to ratification of Japanese-German Anti-Comintern Agreement; collection of weekly government periodicals; "report from the German ambassador in Tokyo VON DIRKSEN to the Germany Foreign Ministry in regard to conversation with Foreign Minister SATO"; telegram from Evon WEISZACKER to German Ambassador in Tokyo dated July 28, 1937; telegram dated July 28, 1937 from WEISZACKER to the German Embassy in Nanking; collection of copies of official documents from Privy Council files; "folder containing copies in Japanese, Italian, German, and Spanish of Spain's participation in the Anti-Comintern Pact and annexed protocol"; "Tokyo Gazette" from January, February, and March of 1942; and a document containing "the Anti-Comintern Agreement, the attached protocol, the secret protocol, and the agreement to maintain secrecy with respect to the last mentioned protocol."

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