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United Nations War Crimes Commission (UNWCC) (1943-1949) Folder
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UNWCC - Defense Documents rejected or not used - includes letters and telegrams exchanged between Japanese ministers of other governments; texts of mutual assistance Doc Nos. 1536 - 1918

"Subgroup: Member Governments, other National Authorities and Military Tribunals Series: Transcripts of Proceedings and Documents of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (Tokyo Trials): Defense Statement and Documents"

UNWCC - Defense Documents rejected or not used - includes letters and telegrams exchanged between Japanese ministers of other governments; texts of mutual assistance Doc Nos. 2466 - 2654

"Subgroup: Member Governments, other National Authorities and Military Tribunals Series: Transcripts of Proceedings and Documents of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (Tokyo Trials): Defense Statement and Documents"

UNWCC - Chapters IV - VIII describes the dominance of the Japanese military & its preparation for war, aggression against China, exploitation of Manchuria, the Pacific war & conventional war crimes. Chapter IV (Pages 83 - 280)

"Subgroup: Member Governments, other National Authorities and Military Tribunals Series: Transcripts of Proceedings and Documents of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (Tokyo Trials): Judgement Notes: Chapters I - III of the mimeographed Judgment explain the establishment of the Tribunal, justify its jurisdiction and cite the national agreements binding on Japan since 1905. Chapters IV - VIII describe the dominance of the Japanese military and its preparation for war, aggression against China, Exploitation of Manchuria, the Pacific War, and conventional war crimes. Chapters IX - X give the findings on Counts of the Indictment and the Verdicts. The annexes contain documents pertinent to the close of the war, the establishment of the Tribunal and the Indictment as well as the concurring and dissenting opinions of the Judges."

UNWCC - Chapters IV - VIII describes the dominance of the Japanese military & its preparation for war, aggression against China, exploitation of Manchuria, the Pacific war & conventional war crimes. Chapter V (Pages 648 - 775)

"Subgroup: Member Governments, other National Authorities and Military Tribunals Series: Transcripts of Proceedings and Documents of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (Tokyo Trials): Judgement Notes: Chapters I - III of the mimeographed Judgment explain the establishment of the Tribunal, justify its jurisdiction and cite the national agreements binding on Japan since 1905. Chapters IV - VIII describe the dominance of the Japanese military and its preparation for war, aggression against China, Exploitation of Manchuria, the Pacific War, and conventional war crimes. Chapters IX - X give the findings on Counts of the Indictment and the Verdicts. The annexes contain documents pertinent to the close of the war, the establishment of the Tribunal and the Indictment as well as the concurring and dissenting opinions of the Judges."

UNWCC - Chapters IV - VIII describes the dominance of the Japanese military & its preparation for war, aggression against China, exploitation of Manchuria, the Pacific war & conventional war crimes. Chapter VII (Pages 843 - 1000)

"Subgroup: Member Governments, other National Authorities and Military Tribunals Series: Transcripts of Proceedings and Documents of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (Tokyo Trials): Judgement Notes: Chapters I - III of the mimeographed Judgment explain the establishment of the Tribunal, justify its jurisdiction and cite the national agreements binding on Japan since 1905. Chapters IV - VIII describe the dominance of the Japanese military and its preparation for war, aggression against China, Exploitation of Manchuria, the Pacific War, and conventional war crimes. Chapters IX - X give the findings on Counts of the Indictment and the Verdicts. The annexes contain documents pertinent to the close of the war, the establishment of the Tribunal and the Indictment as well as the concurring and dissenting opinions of the Judges."

UNWCC - Annexes - Dissenting Opinion of Justice Roling, Member for the Netherlands

"Subgroup: Member Governments, other National Authorities and Military Tribunals Series: Transcripts of Proceedings and Documents of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (Tokyo Trials): Judgement Notes: Chapters I - III of the mimeographed Judgment explain the establishment of the Tribunal, justify its jurisdiction and cite the national agreements binding on Japan since 1905. Chapters IV - VIII describe the dominance of the Japanese military and its preparation for war, aggression against China, Exploitation of Manchuria, the Pacific War, and conventional war crimes. Chapters IX - X give the findings on Counts of the Indictment and the Verdicts. The annexes contain documents pertinent to the close of the war, the establishment of the Tribunal and the Indictment as well as the concurring and dissenting opinions of the Judges."

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