The Tokyo War Crimes Trial, U.Va.

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Japanese-Soviet Relations

Doc. No. 1652 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of loose pages, Imperial Conference Notes of 2 July 1941, 6 Sept. 141, 5 Nov 1941 and 1 Dec 1941. Crimes to which document applicable: Relations with U.S., G.B., F.I.C., Thailand, Netherlands, and U.S.S.R. Establishment of "Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere."
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1946CE May 21st

Reflecting on the War

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Speech given by Takako NAGAYO on December 20, 1945 regarding December 8, 1941 (the attack on Pearl Harbor), the entry into an all out war, and the propaganda that led to such circumstances. It is critical of the Japanese government's actions and it outlines the military's actions throughout the war. Closes by mentioning the atomic bomb and the "declaration of war from Russia."
Date: 
1945CE Dec 20th

Pu Yi Tells of Jap Opium Sale News Article

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Reports on the testimony given by Henry Pu Yi, former puppet ruler of Manchuria. While he testified that "Japan made opium addicts of Manchurians to keep down revolt and was planning an invasion of Soviet Russia," Pu Yi subsequently had trouble remembering events when he was cross-examined by defense counsel. Gives details on the questions asked and Pu Yi's responses. The article concludes by stating "Pu Yi is in Soviet custody, and is expected to be returned to Moscow after his testimony is concluded."

Item 27 - Certificate for Def. Doc. No. 1803-A to F and Exhibit 2713

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Certification of authenticity for defense document numbers 1803-A to F and exhibit 2713. Kaoru HAYASHI was the chief of the archives section, Japanese foreign office and he served as witness to certify "that the map in the Russian language hereto attached, consisting of seven sheets and entitled 'Map of the Eastern Part of U.S.S.R. and the Adjacent Countries, edited and published by the Military Topographic Section in 1884, revised by the Map Section, Department of Military Topography in 1932, 1:4200000' is a map in the custody of the Japanese Foreign Office."
Date: 
1947CE Jun 13th

Doc. No. 108 Supp. - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Extracts "10 Years in Japan," Grew. Persons implicated: MATSUOKA; KONOYE; KITA; ARITA; Gen. NASHIHARA; NOMURA; TOGO; KIDO; MATSUDAIRA. Crimes to which document applicable: Aggression - China; relations with U. S., G. B., and U. S. S. R; relations with Germany.
Date: 
1946CE May 31st

Revised Deadline Dates

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Lists deadlines for Chinese Military Aggression Including Atoricites, Opium and Narcotics, Economic Aggression, Relations with Germany and Italy, Relations with Russia, Preparations for War, Relations with U.S. & Great Britain, Relations with Netherlands,
Date: 
1946CE Jun 28th

USSR in the OSHIMA Summation

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Tavenner follows up on a discussion he had with Miss Gildenblat regarding "what part of the OSHIMA Summation dealt with USSR." Tavenner outlines what sections he had previously told her addressed this question while adding another section that he had forgotten to mention. Topics mentioned include OSHIMA's influence on Japan's participation with Germany against Russia, espionage and subversive activities and OSHIMA's diplomatic advice to MATSUOKA regarding Japanese and Russian negotiations.
Date: 
1948CE Feb 20th

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