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0010: Catherine Bliss Enslow Papers
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View of courtroom at International Military Tribunal of the Far East, trying the Japanese for war crimes, 1946, b&W Note on back reads: 14 May 1946 View of War ministry building courtroom showing prisoners' box. Prisoers stand as tribunal judges enter courtroom at IMTFE, Tokyo, Japan. Emperor Tojo is in front row of prisoners. The International Military Tribunal for the Far East (IMTFE), also known as the Tokyo Trials, the Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal or simply as the Tribunal, was convened on May 5, 1946 to try the leaders of the Empire of Japan for three types of crimes: "Class A" (crimes against peace), "Class B" (war crimes), and "Class C" (crimes against humanity), committed during World War II.
Subject Terms: War crime trials Tokyo Trials Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal Emperor Tojo IMTFE International Military Tribunal Far East World War II Black and White Court Trial Japanese Asian Pacific Theater Military Police
Signal Corps U.S. Army, "Trials of Japanese before Inter. Military Tribunal of the Far East, 1946" (1946). 0010: Catherine Bliss Enslow Papers, 1890-1973. 195.