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General Hideki Tojo, 1945 (b/w photo). General Hideki Tojo (1884-1948), general in the Imperial Japanese Army and 40th prime miniter of Japan; the image shows him slumped in a chair after attempting to shoot himself on 11th September; he was revived, tried, convicted of war crimes and hanged in 1948.

General Hideki Tojo of the former Imperial Japanese Army and prime miniter of Japan seen slumped in a chair after attempting to shoot himself on September He was revived, tried, convicted of war crimes and hanged on December

At the time of this photo Hideki Tojo was commander of the Kempeitai of the Kwangtung Army in Manchuria. Tōjō's nickname was "Razor" (Kamisori), earned for his reputation for a sharp, legalistic mind capable of making quick decisions. in 1937 Tōjō was promoted to Chief of Staff of the Kwangtung Army. As Chief of Staff, Tōjō was responsible for various military operations to increase Japanese penetration into the Mongolia and Inner Mongolia border regions with Manchukuo.

December 1884 – December was a general of the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA), the leader of the Imperial Rule Assistance Association, and the Prime Minister of Japan during much of World War II, from October to July

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Who Was Hideki Tojo?

Hideki Tojo

Hideki Tojo was Japan's top military leader during WWII. His mistake was to invade pearl harbor with Aerial Warfare and not land. Encouraging his troops with Imperialism and Superiority of their people by mass killing of civilians in conquered lands. He was Too desperate for expansion wasting war resources resulting in haphazard placement of forces and an unstable expansion. And he also did not advance their technology fast enough like the US.

Hideki Tojo was Japan's top military leader during WWII. His mistake was to invade pearl harbor with Aerial Warfare and not land. Encouraging his troops with Imperialism and Superiority of their people by mass killing of civilians in conquered lands. He was Too desperate for expansion wasting war resources resulting in haphazard placement of forces and an unstable expansion. And he also did not advance their technology fast enough like the US.

Hideki Tojo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hideki Tojo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This poster is a simple and elegant portrait of the Japanese emperor. His medals and prim appearance make him appear as a man of honor, which is important in Japanese culture.

General Hideki Tojo on the cover Japanese wartime magazine Photo Weekly (colour litho)

Hideki Tojo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Japanese Prime Minister Hideki Tojo landed in Nichols Field, an airfield south of Manila, for state visit to the Philippines. By Reader's Digest - Kasaysayan: Story of the Filipino People Volume Public Domain.

General Hideki Tojo is sentenced to death by an international war crimes committee for his involvement in atrocities during the second world war.

[Photo] Tojo taking a stand for the first time at the International Tribunal trials, Tokyo, Japan, late 1940s

General Hideki Tojo is sentenced to death by an international war crimes committee for his involvement in atrocities during the second world war.

Japan's unconditional surrender in 1945, U.S. general Douglas MacArthur issued orders for the arrest of the first forty alleged war criminals, including Tōjō. Soon, Tōjō's home in Setagaya was besieged with newsmen and photographers. Inside, a doctor named Suzuki had marked Tōjō's chest with charcoal to indicate the location of his heart.

11 Sep Forty prominent Japanese are arrested for war crimes. Hideki Tojo, who ordered the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, survives a suicide attempt after shooting himself in the chest.

ExecutedToday.com » 1948: Hideki Tojo and six other Japanese war criminals

On this date in seven "Class A" war criminals, including Japan's wartime Prime Minister Hideki Tojo, were hanged at Sugamo Prison by the American occupation authorities. Like other Axis heads.

Hideki Tojo was the prime minister and military leader of Japan during WWII. The architect of the Japanese war of expansion, he was arrested after the war, tried as a war criminal, and executed by the Americans.

Hideki Tojo was the prime minister and military leader of Japan during WWII. The architect of the Japanese war of expansion, he was arrested after the war, tried as a war criminal, and executed by the Americans.

Dinge en Goete (Things and Stuff): This Day in WWII History: Feb 21, 1944: Tojo makes himself "military czar"

Japan’s wartime Prime Minister Hideki Tojo is executed by hanging for war crimes. In his final statements, he apologizes for the atrocities committed by the Japanese military and urges the American.