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Berlin, Germany. 1941-02. General Tomoyuki Yamashita, Japanese Army, on the left, leader of a delegation of Japanese Army and Naval officers studying war strategy in Germany, translating the inscription on the scabbard of a Samurai Sword. He was making a presentation of the sword to Field Marshal Walter Von Brauchitsch, Commander-in-Chief of the German Army. ( ID number 073669)

Berlin, Germany. 1941-02. General Tomoyuki Yamashita, Japanese Army, on the left, leader of a delegation of Japanese Army and Naval officers studying war strategy in Germany, translating the inscription on the scabbard of a Samurai Sword. He was making a presentation of the sword to Field Marshal Walter Von Brauchitsch, Commander-in-Chief of the German Army. ( ID number 073669)

"The Tiger of Malaya," Lt. General Tomoyuki Yamashita on an inspection tour of Singapore, 23 September 1942.

"The Tiger of Malaya," Lt. General Tomoyuki Yamashita on an inspection tour of Singapore, 23 September 1942.

General Tomoyuki Yamashita (second right) was tried in Manila between October 29…

General Tomoyuki Yamashita (second right) was tried in Manila between October 29…

Japanese imperial army general Tomoyuki Yamashita; hanged after the war for war crimes.

Japanese imperial army general Tomoyuki Yamashita; hanged after the war for war crimes.

Tomoyuki Yamashita was an Imperial Japnese Army general during World War II. At the forefront of the invasion of Malaya and Singapore, his accomplishment of conquering Malaya and Singapore in 70 days led to the British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, calling the ignominious fall of Singapore to the Japanese the “worst disaster” and “largest capitulation” in British military history. Yamashita was famous by the nickname “The Tiger of Malaya” among the British soldiers. After the end of…

Tomoyuki Yamashita was an Imperial Japnese Army general during World War II. At the forefront of the invasion of Malaya and Singapore, his accomplishment of conquering Malaya and Singapore in 70 days led to the British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, calling the ignominious fall of Singapore to the Japanese the “worst disaster” and “largest capitulation” in British military history. Yamashita was famous by the nickname “The Tiger of Malaya” among the British soldiers. After the end of…

Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita (1885-1946), on the way along with his general staff to sign the surrender in the Philippines.

Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita (1885-1946), on the way along with his general staff to sign the surrender in the Philippines.

Lt. General Arthur Percival unconditionally surrendered the British forces of Malaya and Singapore to the Japanese commander, Lt. General Tomoyuki Yamashita, the "Tiger of Malaya."

Lt. General Arthur Percival unconditionally surrendered the British forces of Malaya and Singapore to the Japanese commander, Lt. General Tomoyuki Yamashita, the "Tiger of Malaya."

John Dorle, Harry Clarke, Milton Sandberg, Tomoyuki Yamashita, Hamamoto, and Akira Muto during a break from court, Oct 1945; note the autographs by Yamashita, Hamamoto, and Muto  Source:	   	Family of Harry E. Clarke

[Photo] John Dorle, Harry Clarke, Milton Sandberg, Tomoyuki Yamashita, Hamamoto, and Akira Muto during a break from court, Oct 1945; note the autographs by Yamashita, Hamamoto, and Muto

John Dorle, Harry Clarke, Milton Sandberg, Tomoyuki Yamashita, Hamamoto, and Akira Muto during a break from court, Oct 1945; note the autographs by Yamashita, Hamamoto, and Muto Source: Family of Harry E. Clarke

Tomoyuki Yamashita (山下 奉文 Yamashita Tomoyuki?, November 8, 1885 – February 23, 1946) was an Imperial Japanese Army general during World War II. He was most famous for conquering the British colonies of Malaya and Singapore.

Tomoyuki Yamashita (山下 奉文 Yamashita Tomoyuki?, November 8, 1885 – February 23, 1946) was an Imperial Japanese Army general during World War II. He was most famous for conquering the British colonies of Malaya and Singapore.

General Tomoyuki Yamashita and an American Military officer. This photo was taken after WW2 where Yamashita was facing war-crime charges under the American Trial Court.

General Tomoyuki Yamashita and an American Military officer. This photo was taken after WW2 where Yamashita was facing war-crime charges under the American Trial Court.

japanese and german officers -japanese general tomoyuki yamashita and german luftwaffe officers looking at the globe - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

japanese and german officers -japanese general tomoyuki yamashita and german luftwaffe officers looking at the globe - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

General Tomoyuki Yamashita on the left and one of the recovered Golden Buddha on the right.

General Tomoyuki Yamashita on the left and one of the recovered Golden Buddha on the right.

El general imperial japonés Tomoyuki Yamashita, al timón de un Junkers-52 durante su visita a la Alemania nazi, 1940.el "Tigre"

El general imperial japonés Tomoyuki Yamashita, al timón de un Junkers-52 durante su visita a la Alemania nazi, 1940.el "Tigre"

Japanese imperial army general Tomoyuki Yamashita; hanged after the war for war crimes.

Japanese imperial army general Tomoyuki Yamashita; hanged after the war for war crimes.

Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita (1885-1946) in the courtroom in Manila for the trial of Japanese war criminals.

Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita (1885-1946) in the courtroom in Manila for the trial of Japanese war criminals.

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