The Tokyo War Crimes Trial, U.Va.

The Tokyo War Crimes Trial

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Analysis of Documents

Doc. No. 95 Supp. - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Copy, Memo of Conversation -- Secretary of State and Japanese Ambassador. Persons implicated: KURUSU. Crimes to which document applicable: Aggression; attack on Pearl Harbor. Summary of relevant points: "Re delivery of note declaring war. /A.N.: Footnote #72, p. 786, gives background of the time elements, (Tokyo-Washington), involved in attack on Pearl Harbor./
Date: 
1946CE May 31st

Doc. No. 1619 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of World Significance of the Dutch East Indies. Crimes to which Document Applicable: Preparing Japanese opinion for war. "Summary of relevant points: Pamphlet, by International Thought Research Laboratory, was written by MIZUSHIMA, Hitoshi, as an argument for Japan's control of the Dutch East Indies, to help establish the "Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere." /A.N. An attempt to rationalize Japan's need of D. E. I.)"
Date: 
1946CE May 14th

Doc. No. 1615 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of The Southern Co-Prosperity Sphere. Crimes to which document applicable: Preparation of Japanese opinion for war. Summary of relevant points: Book, by HAYASAKA, Yoshio, gives an economic, political, and geographic description of French Indo China, Thailand, Malaya, Dutch East Indies, and the Philippine Islands. Explains why Japan had to form a bloc of these areas to protect her new order in Asia, and that should America attempt to curb Japan's southward expansion, war would be inevitable.
Date: 
1946CE May 14th

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. 533 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Photostatic copy of file memorandum of the conversation between HIMMLER and OSHIMA. Persons implicated: Lt. Gen. OSHIMA, Hiroshi. Crimes to which document applicable. Instigation to aggressive warfare. Conspiracy for aggressive warfare between Tri-Partite Pact signatories.
Date: 
1946CE Feb 18th

Doc. No. 1266 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Photostat: Telegram from E. von Weiszacker (Under-Secretary of Foreign Affairs) apparently to Germany Ambassador in Tokyo. Crimes to which document applicable: China Incident (Marco Polo Bridge); Aggressive warfare in China.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 11th

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