The Tokyo War Crimes Trial, U.Va.

The Tokyo War Crimes Trial

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Analysis of Documents

Doc. No. 1249 Suppl. - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of SHUHO (Government Weekly). Persons implicated: HIROTA; OSHIMA; ARITA. Crimes to which applicable: Violation of Nine-Power Treaty (Manchukuo); conspiracy for aggressive warfare against China (Anti-Comintern Pact); thought control.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 26th

Doc. No. 1634 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Important Decisions re: International and National Policies. Persons Implicated: HIROTA, Koki; UMEZU, Yushijiro; (TERAUCHI); NAGANO, Osami; SHIMADA, Shigetaro; (SUGIYAMA) (KONOE); KAYA, Okinori; KIDO, Koichi. Crimes to which document applicable: All China Military Aggression, Economic Aggression, Preparations for War, Relations with Germany, USSR
Date: 
1946CE May 17th

Doc. No. 1129 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of handwritten notes, "Salient Points in the Informal Conversations between MATSUOKA and STAHMER, with the German Ambassador assisting." Persons implicated: MATSUOKA, Yosuke; STAHMER; OTTO. Crimes to which document applicable: Tripartite Pact; conspiracy of aggression.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 3rd

Doc. No. 1393 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Telegram #513, KURUSU (Berlin) to ARITA (Tokyo). Persons implicated: ARITA; KURUSU. Crimes to which document applicable: Affairs with China. Summary of relevant points: "KURUSU urges settlement of the CHINA Incident in view of grave world situation."
Date: 
1946CE Apr 17th

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

Def. Doc. No. 2242 Summary (Exhibit 3160)

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Defense document number 2242, exhibit number 3160, summary and comment sheet for "Uncertified summary - 'Chart for Use in Conjunction with ARAKI Evidence.'" Summary states "This chart which is referred to in the Opening Statement on behalf of ARAKI illustrates ARAKI's connection (or lack of connection) with incidents in evidence which are in turn related to the nations affected and to the counts in the Indictment. Comment: Objectionable as an evidentiary document in that this chart is no proof of the facts stated or the relationships illustrated. As was the case with similar documents in the past, this may be acceptable for use as a guide without serving as evidence of the facts stated."
Date: 
1946CE Sep 10th

Phelps' Miscellaneous Data Folder

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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.
Date: 
1945CE

Japanese Treaty Analysis Project

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Gives an overview of responsibilities and tasks assigned to the Japanese Treaty Analysis Project members who are charged with "determining violations of treaties entered into by Japan with other nations." Incidents to be examined include: 1. The Mukden Incident and Manchuria; 2. Marco Polo Bridge and North China; 3. Spratly Islands; 4. Establishment of the Nanking Government; 5. French Indo-China; 6. Thailand; 7. Singapore and Malaya; 8. Mandated Islands; 9. Naval Limitations Treaty; 10. Hawaiian Islands; 11. Miscellaneous.
Date: 
1945CE Oct 1st

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