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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. 1261 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Photostat: Report from German Ambassador in Tokyo, von Dirksen, to German Foreign Ministry re: Conversation with Foreign Minister SATO about the Anti-Comintern Pact. Persons implicated: SATO. Crimes to which document applicable: Anti-Comintern Pact.
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. 1272 - Analysis of Documentary Evidence

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Analysis of Photostat: Report of the German Ambassador in Hankow, TRAUTMANN, to Foreign Minister in Berlin. The analyzed document is divided into three parts: 1. Japan and National Socialism. 2. State authority in Japan. 3. Hatred against aliens and the German-Japanese relations.
Date: 
1946CE Apr 11th

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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