The Tokyo War Crimes Trial, U.Va.

The Tokyo War Crimes Trial

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Japanese Aggression in Manchuria

IPS Doc. No. 2332, Exhibit No. 445

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Official Report of Manchukuo Government. No. 366. Results of the First Period Five Year Administration. Includes Outline for the Second Period Construction Plan. Much of the report is crossed out with certain portions sectioned off to indicate they should be used in evidence. Includes Statement of Authenticity.
Date: 
1946CE Jul 18th

Trial Transcript September 9, 1946

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Transcript of Proceedings, September 9, 1946, (pp. 5111 -- 5247 inc.) Prosecution's witnesses include Chen, Ta-Shou with a direct examination by Henry A. Hauxhurst and a cross-examination by Alfred Brooks and Joseph Howard. Topics include the Manchurian Affairs Board, the China Affairs Board, actions by the Japanese in China, and Japanese interactions with the United States.
Date: 
1946CE Sep 9th

The Secret History of the Japanese Military Cliques Up to the Trial

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Description: 
Handwritten essay, perhaps a translation?, of "The Secret History of the Japanese Military Cliques Up to the Trial," by Yutaka Chusho. Chusho served as a newspaper reporter covering the military. Goes into detailed descriptions of key individuals involved in the Japanese military. Starts off written on looseleaf paper while later pages are written on the back of documents with Japanese text.

Why PANAY, LADYBIRD, BEE ships were near Yangtze River

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Description: 
Provides explanations to use as to why the PANAY was near Wuhu and the Ladybird and Bee were near the sea. British Consul Wichman discusses Britain's rights to ports in China, plus the Treaty of Peace, Amity and Commerce that was made between the United States and China. Overall, the document lays out the precedents for foreign ships to enter Chinese waters, arguing Japan had no right to interfere or have armed forces in China to stop foreign vessels.
Date: 
1946CE Jun 27th

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