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Parent Necessity of Calling Kosaka as a Witness
Language English
Collection Roy L. Morgan Papers
Box Box 3
Folder 1946 [IMFTE] (IPS) Translations of interrogations.
Repository University of Virginia Law Library
Translated by M. FURUKAWA Mr. Keenan c/o GHQ Urgent Mr. Keenan The whole truth about Prince KONOE’s notes concerns no one at all but Mr. Tokusaburo KOSAKA, an editor of “The Asahi.” It is necessary to summon him as a witness to prove the notes true in the International Military Court, and make it clear to the world. There are as many “Prince KONOE’s Notes” published, that people have doubts which in the very true one. And Prince KONOE’s secretary, Mr. USHIBA, and the head of the political and economic section of