Contains multiple memoranda regarding witness testimony before the tribunal, important dates in Japanese history, various Japanese Cabinet's and their structure; and brief summaries of Japanese treaty violations.
Reports that Keenan is upset with Homma's defense counsel position that "a procession of judicial lynchings without due process of law may now follow" in the wake of the U. S. Supreme Courts decision to reject Homma's appeal of his death sentence from the Manila trial. Also reports that Tatsuo Tsuchiya was convicted in the Yokohama trial by the Eighth Army commission for atrocities committed against prisoners.
Lists the court exhibit numbers, the prosecution document numbers, and the titles of the documents to be introduced into evidence. They are separated into the following categories: Conventions; Treaties; Denunciation of Treaties; Miscellaneous; Japanese Laws and Ordinances; Maps and Charts.
Overview and analysis of the 1925 (the Geneva) Convention on narcotics. Includes the background on why the United States and China were not ultimately signatories to the agreement and how Japan did not denounce the Convention.
List of documents applicable to geographic areas related to narcotics and Japan's / China's interactions with the trade. Includes specific dates. Areas covered include: Amox, Diaren, Tientsin, Manchukuo, Chahar, Hopei, Shanghai, Honan, Kwantung, Nanking, Hankow, and Shantung. Includes some handwritten additions at the end.