- To·jo Hi·de·ki (t j h d -k ) Originally Tojo Eiki. 1884-1948.
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- Born in Passaic, New Jersey in 1947, and nicknamed early in his life after the Japanese Emperor, Hideki Tojo,.
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- During their experiences, these veterans crossed paths with the mastermind behind the war machine of the Japanese Imperial Army, former Prime Minister Hideki Tojo.
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- He has the view that wartime leaders designated as Class-A war criminals including the prime minister, Hideki Tojo, should not be regarded as war criminals. Mr.
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- During his lifelong struggle against the British Empire, Bose rubbed shoulders with Mahatma Gandhi, Adolf Hitler and Hideki Tojo — and his disappearance 66 years ago, on Aug. 18, 1945, stunned the world.
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- The Shinto shrine honours the 2.5 million Japanese war dead, including Class A war criminals such as Hideki Tojo, and is seen by many as a centre of Japanese revisionism. But for the second time, Kan stayed away from Yasukuni this year.
- Hideki Tojo
- Brief biography followed by several excerpts from first-hand historical accounts.
- Hideki Tojo
- Hideki Tojo was born in 1884 and died in 1948.
- Hideki Tojo
- Hideki Tojo was a Japanese general and the 40th Prime Minister of Japan ( October 18, 1941-July 22, 1944).
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