The Tokyo War Crimes Trial, U.Va.

The Tokyo War Crimes Trial

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Jap War Criminals Not As Smart As U. S. Gangsters News Article

Reports on Harold "Pop" Nathan's assessment of Japanese war criminals. Nathan was the "former assistant director of the U. S. Federal Bureau of Investigation." He was sent over to Japan following the war in order to help track Japanese war criminal suspects and gather evidence for the International Military Tribunal for the Far East. At the end of the article, he is quoted as saying "I'm also impressed by these good looking American secretaries they have sent here from America." Phelps added the notation "He doesn't see 'em in I.P.S.!!!"

Supplement to Doc. 89 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

Analysis of Copy, "Compilation of Definitions of Aggression." Crimes to which document applicable: Aggression. Summary of Relevant points: Contains definitions from such sources as: James T. Shotwell's, "War as an Instrument of National Policy"; von Verdross, "Volkerrecht"; "Events Leading up to World War II"; Convention for definition of aggression, (London, 3 July 1933); "Amer. Journal of International Law Supplement"; the Final Act of the Inter-American Conference on Problems of War and Peace; Clyde Eagleton's "An attempt to Define Aggression"; Quincey Wright's, "The Concept of Aggression in International Law"; Draft Act by Comm. on Security Question's of the League of Nations, (May, 1933); the Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes; and, the Draft Treaty on Mutual Assistance submitted to the League of Nations, 29 Sept. 1923. A. N.: annotated to other Pre-Trial Treaties Briefs.
1946CE May 30th


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