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Def. Doc. #2502 -- Affidavit of KIDO, Koichi
Affidavit of KIDO, Koichi, Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal, affirmed and assigned Exhibit No. 3340 by the Tribunal. Read by William Logan on October 14-16, 1947. It includes 326 points, entries from his diary and KIDO's oath ...
Def. Doc. #3000 -- Affidavit of TOJO, Hideki, Individual Defense
Affidavit of TOJO, Hidiki, Prime Minister of Japan, affirmed and assigned Exhibit No. 3655 by the Tribunal. Read by George Francis Blewett from December 26-30, 1947. It includes TOJO's oath at the end of the document to ...
Def. Doc. #2988 -- Defense Individual Summation, TOJO, Hideki, Section N-24
Individual summation on behalf of TOJO, Hideki, Prime Minister of Japan, read to the Tribunal by Blewett and Kiyose April 9-12, 1948. It contends that TOJO was not individually guilty of the charges against him, that "no ...
Summation of the Prosecution
Summation by the Prosecution presented to the Tribunal beginning on February 11, 1948 and ending on March 2, 1948. This copy lacks the introduction and sections H, K, and AA-YY.
Def. Doc. #2807 -- Opening Statement, TOJO, Hideki, Individual Defense
Opening statement of TOJO, Hideki, Prime Minister of Japan, read by Dr. Ichiro Kiyose to the Tribunal on December 26, 1947. Statement summarizes the evidence into seven points.|Dr. Ichiro Kiyose, George Francis Blewett, Counsel.
Order of Proof, Defendant OSHIMA, Running Commentary
Court proceedings after the introduction of Defense Document 2862 (Exhibit No. 3508), Affidavit of OSHIMA, Hiroshi, Japanese Ambassador to Germany before and during World War II.
Def. Doc. #2923 -- Synopsis of Pressure upon Japan by America, England, China and Holland Since July '40 until the outbreak of the War
Defense document for TOJO, Hideki, Prime Minister of Japan, presented to the Tribunal as Exhibit No. 3660 during the reading of TOJO's affidavit on December 29, 1947. It is a brief compiled by the Japanese Foreign Ministry ...
Opening Statement (Defence Division V - USSR)
Opening statement for Division IV of the defense case, read by Aristides Lazarus to the Tribunal on May 16, 1947, concerning Japanese relations with the Soviet Union. It was presented in four sub-divisions: the Anti-Comintern ...
Lists the pages of the summary on which the defendants were named. This copy lacks some pages, but includes lists for the following: ARAKI, DOHIHARA, HASHIMOTO, HATA, HIRANUMA, HIROTA, HOSHINO, ITAGAKI, KIDO, KOISO, MATSUI, ...
Def. Doc. #268 (Revised) -- Excerpt from "Youth and Culture"
Defense document for General ARAKI, Sadao, presented to the Tribunal on September 16, 1947. It is an excerpt from his book, "Youth and Culture," which gives advice to young men on how to behave and advocates the principle ...