The Tokyo War Crimes Trial, U.Va.

The Tokyo War Crimes Trial

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French Indo-China

Doc. No. 1392 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Description: 
Analysis of "Minutes of Joint Conference of Army, Navy, and Foreign Office Authorities on Intensification of Coalition Among Japan, Germany and Italy." Persons implicated: ANTO, ISHIZAWA, and TAJIRI (all Chiefs of Section, Foreign Ministry); Lt. Col. TAKAYAMA (Army); Maj. TANEMURA (General Staff); Commander SHIBA (Navy). Crimes to which document applicable: Aggression -- French Indo-China; conspiracy for world domination.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 17th

Doc. No. 1254 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Policy to French Indo-China and Problems of Retrocession of French Concession in China and Removal of the Chunking Organ in France. Persons implicated: YOSHIZAWA; TANI; MITANI; AOKI; SHIOZAWA; OSHIMA; SHIGEMITSU; TAJIRI; KURIYAMA; KITAZAWA. Crimes to which document applicable: Aggression, French Indo-China; Conspiracy
Date: 
1946CE Apr 10th

Brief - HOSHINO (Naoki)

Description: 
Gives a brief outline of HOSHINO's actions from 1932 to December 1944 including excerpts from relevant interrogations, documents, and witness accounts. Describes the positions he held in the Japanese Government. Mentions actions of the Kwantung Army, financial matters for the five year plan, the ten year plan for Greater East Asia, French Indo-China and Thailand, cabinet meetings and conferences.

Aggression Against French Indo-China and Thailand

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List of documents for evidence to prove aggression against French Indo-China and Thailand. Lists the document number, title, and whether or not the document has been reproduced in its entirety or only as an excerpt. Topics include International and National Policies, Business Report for the Year 1939, League of Nations Resolutions and Reports on the Sino-Japanese Dispute since the Lukouchioe Incident, Co-Prosperity Sphere, KIDO's Diary, Negotiations between Japan and France, Telegrams between Germany and Japan, Proceedings of the Privy Council.
Date: 
1946CE Sep 17th

Decision Following the Imperial Conference of September 6, 1941 (Tentative Translation)

Description: 
Translation of decision following the Imperial Conference of September 6, 1941 that outlines Japan's policies in reaction to the increasingly hostile situation with the United States, Great Britain, and the Netherlands. Frames "minimum Japanese requirements" in terms of Japanese self-preservation and self-defense. This document states the demands Japan will make of the United States, Great Britain and the Netherlands through diplomatic measures first and if those fail, Japan will then go to war with the three countries. In their demands, Japan sets out areas in the Far East that the three countries mentioned are not to intervene or obstruct, especially regarding the China Affair. States "special efforts will be exerted to prevent American and the Soviet Union forming a united front against Japan."

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