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Seven Japanese Military Leaders Executed for War Crimes (1948)

In the aftermath World War II, thousands of people in Europe and Asia were tried for war crimes. In Tokyo, US General Douglas MacArthur presided over the years-long trial of 28 high-ranking Japanese military and political leaders, all of whom were found guilty. Seven of them—including Hideki Tojo, the former prime minister of Japan—were sentenced to death. A month later, they were executed by hanging. At the execution, MacArthur defied the wishes of US President Harry S. Truman in what way? More...
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Seven Japanese Military Leaders Executed for War Crimes (1948)
In the aftermath World War II, thousands of people in Europe and Asia were tried for war crimes. In Tokyo, US General Douglas MacArthur presided over the years-long trial of 28 high-ranking Japanese military and political leaders, all of whom were found guilty. Seven of them—including Hideki Tojo, the former prime minister of Japan—were sentenced to death. A month later, they were executed by hanging.
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Barred photography of any kind...Think
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Miraculously, Russians committed no war crimes (sarcasm, of course). Stalin's crimes against humanity are forgotten. Why?
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I think, ChristopherJohnson, that the proper answer to your question might have been given by people rescued from the concentration camps located all around Germany invaded Europe. As well as by people who survived years under Nazi occupation, namely from the Czech Republic and Poland.
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