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Anti-Comintern Pact

Request Form Accused - Incident: Excerpt from Interrogation of OSHIMA, Hiroshi, 4 February 1946, pp. 43, 44 and 45

Description: 
Contains exceprts from interrogation of Hiroshi OSHIMA. Requests that the excerpt be processed and translated for evidence "to prove collaboration of Japan, Germany, and Italy under the Anti-Comintern Pact."
Date: 
1969CE Dec 31st

Request Form Accused - Incident: Excerpt from Interrogation of OSHIMA, Hiroshi, 6 February 1946, pages 52 to 53

Description: 
Excerpt of interrogation of Hiroshi OSHIMA to be processed and translated for evidence "to prove collaboration of Japan, Germany, and Italy under the Anti-Comintern Pact."
Date: 
1946CE Jun 17th

Synopsis of Notebook No. 136 of Scientific Research Society

Description: 
Gives an overview of a notebook "compiled by a person who occasionally happened to meet with the members of the Japanese Government and maintained a relationship with some of them." Discusses the Japanese-German alliance, the Tri-Partite Pact and the Anti-Comintern Pact, referring to the discussions and roles each cabinet member had regarding these agreements. After describing the various chapter contents of the notebook, the synopsis concludes that the material is of interest, but could not be referred to while bringing charges because it had "been published by a scientific society as a manual for the study of problems of law" and, the society "cannot serve as an official body responsible for everything that is put down in the notebook." In addition, the notebook gives the impression that the author was recording his impressions of what actually went on in these meetings because he only gathered his information on a second-hand basis.

Request Form Accused - Incident: Excerpt from Interrogation of OSHIMA, Hiroshi, 6 February 1946, pp. 46, 47, 49, 50 and 51

Description: 
Excerpt of interrogation of Hiroshi OSHIMA to be processed and translated for evidence "to prove collaboration of Japan, Germany, and Italy under the Anti-Comintern Pact."
Date: 
1946CE Jun 12th

Request Form Accused - Incident: Excerpt from Interrogation of OSHIMA, Hiroshi, 12 February 1946. pages 74 and 75

Description: 
Excerpt from interrogation of Hiroshi OSHIMA to be processed and translated for evidence "to prove collaboration of Japan, germany, and Italy under the Anti-Comintern Pact."
Date: 
1946CE Jun 17th

Request Form Accused - Incident: Excerpt from Interrogation of OSHIMA, Hiroshi, 7 February 1946, pages 55 to 58

Description: 
Excerpt from interrogation of Hiroshi OSHIMA to be processed and translated for evidence "to prove collaboration of Japan, Germany and Italy under the Anti-Comintern Pact."
Date: 
1946CE Jun 17th

Request Form Accused - Incident: Excerpt from Interrogation of OSHIMA, Hiroshi, 11 February 1946, pages 63 and 64

Description: 
Excerpt from interrogation of Hiroshi OSHIMA to be processed and translated for evidence "to prove collaboration of Japan, Germany, and Italy under the Anti-Comintern Pact."
Date: 
1946CE Jun 17th

OSHIMA, Hiroshi - Evidence Offered by the Prosecution

Description: 
Gives detailed descriptions of the evidence regarding Hiroshi OSHIMA offered by the Prosecution. Includes timeline of Hiroshi OSHIMA's biography and military positions as well as excerpts from interrogations regarding the Anti-Comintern Pact and relations between Japan and Germany, military influence of the Japanese government, Russo-German Non-aggression pact, and military aggression. Primarily focuses on the itneractions, including telegrams OSHIMA had with Germany, Russia, and the Japanese government. People mentioned include Ribbentrop, KASAHARA, Hitler, KONOYE, UGAKI, ITAGAKI, YONAI, IKEDA, Ott, Weizsacker, SATO, KURUSU, Stahmer, MATSUOKA.

Collaboration Between Japan, Germany and Italy - Volume II

Description: 
Lengthy document prepared by prosecuting attorneys outlining the evidence (including documents and exhibit numbers) relevant to the case the prosecution built against Japan regarding their relations with Germany and Italy. Volume II discusses the Anti-Comintern Pact, Secret Agreement, and Secret Communications. Gives a detailed sequence of events, including communication, between the three countries. Includes underlines and mark-up highlighting important parts of the document for the IPS.
Date: 
1941CE Nov 25th

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