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Japanese Aggression in Manchuria

List of Names of Japanese and Puppets Exercising Civilian Control in Occupied China

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Detailed list of Japanese and Chinese individuals who controlled occupied China from the Research and Analysis Research Branch of Strategic Services publication "Civilian Controls in Occupied China." Lists people according to the organization they were affiliated with. Organizations include: Central Revenue Police; Industry and Commerce Investigation Commission; Shanghai Economic Order Maintenance Office; Shanghai Peace Maintenance Headquarters; Social Relief Agency (Amoy).
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1945CE Nov 30th

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

List of Names of Japanese and Puppets Exercising Civilian Control in Occupied China

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List of Japanese and Chinese Puppets "who exercised control over civilians in occupied China, as compiled by the Research and Analysis Branch of Office of Strategic Services, 15 April 1945, in their publication, 'Civilian Controls in Occupied China.'" Forwarded with the intent to aide selection of war criminals and gather evidence.
Date: 
1946CE Nov 26th

Excerpt from Japan Year Book - 1937

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Excerpt from the 1937 Japan Year Book regarding the February 26 (1936) Insurrection Incident (as translated by Mr. Sano). Gives details about the inner workings of the Japanese Cabinet, the officials involved, and the subsequent actions taken in China and Manchuria.

Note from Transcript of Testimony of Fusanosuke KUHARA

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"Note from Transcript of Testimony of Fusanosuke KUHARA, a Defendant in the February 26 (1936) Insurrection Case. Case was Dismissed 14 December, 1937. (1742 Pages. Volume 6 of the 6 Volumes on the February 26 Incident Investigation Record.)" Gives details from the testimony with excerpts from specific paragraphs. Discusses Japanese political developments, the Cabinets, and Manchukuo.

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

Doc. No. 1108 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Book, "Business Reports, 1938" (Volume 1). Persons implicated: HIROTA; ARITA; OSHIMA; UGAKI; OTT. Crimes to which document applicable: Economic aggression in Northern and Middle China.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 2nd

Doc. No. 1271 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Photostats: Telegrams exchanged between German Foreign Ministry and Embassies in Hankow and Tokyo. Persons Implicated: HIROTA. Crimes to which document applicable: Aggressive Warfare against China; Recognition of Manchukuo.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 11th

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