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  1. Tokyo War Crimes Trial | The National WWII Museum | New Orleans

    WebFrom May 3, 1946 to November 12, 1948, the trial heard testimony from 419 witnesses and saw 4,336 pieces of evidence, including depositions and affidavits from 779 individuals.

  2. International Military Tribunal for the Far East - Wikipedia

    WebThe International Military Tribunal for the Far East ( IMTFE, also the Tokyo Trial and the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal) was a military trial convened on 29 April 1946 to try leaders …

  3. The Tokyo War Crimes Trials | American Experience | PBS

    WebThe Tokyo trials were not the only forum for the punishment of Japanese war criminals, merely the most visible. In fact, the Asian countries victimized by the Japanese war

  4. Detailed Look at Japanese War Crimes Trials | RealClearHistory

    WebThe Tokyo trial lasted from May 1946 to November 1948. I. THE INDICTMENT Of the eighty (80) Class A war criminal suspects detained in the Sugamo prison after 1945, …

  5. Japanese War Crime Trials - HistoryNet

    WebJapanese soldiers had been killing, raping, looting and torturing all across the East since the 1930s. In 1945, at long long last, the bill was coming due. Before the courts-martial and …

  6. War Crimes on Trial: The Nuremberg and Tokyo Trials

    WebThe Tokyo Trial began on May 3, 1946, and ended in December 1948. Dissension between the presiding judges prompted extended disagreement. Some judges, such as Justice …

  7. Japanese war criminals hanged in Tokyo - HISTORY

    WebJapanese war criminals hanged in Tokyo In Tokyo, Japan, Hideki Tojo, former Japanese premier and chief of the Kwantung Army, is executed along with six other top Japanese

  8. A few War criminals who served under the Imperial Japanese …

    WebBy the end of 1958, all Japanese war criminals, including A-, B- and C-class were released from prison and politically rehabilitated. ... He was a defendant in the Khabarovsk War

  9. Stolen Years: Australian prisoners of war - The war crimes trials

    WebWar crimes trials, in which Japanese guards were tried for acts of brutality, were held throughout south-east Asia. In Australian trials, 922 men were tried and 641 were found …