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Hideki Tojo

To·jo Hi·de·ki (t j h d -k ) Originally Tojo Eiki. 1884-1948.

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Hideki Tojo's dentures during Tojo's im- prisonment. And for the next three months, until the secret leaked out, Tojo masticated his sushi on the message.
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Mixing Hindu tea and Muslim tea, half and half
In Japan, he brought all his persuasive powers into convincing Hideki Tojo that Japanese assistance to the INA would accelerate the process of Indian freedom. And the Japanese did go out, almost on a limb, to help him along.
HEARTS Museum hosts exhibit on Japanese war prison
During their experiences, these veterans crossed paths with the mastermind behind the war machine of the Japanese Imperial Army, former Prime Minister Hideki Tojo.
Mr. Maehara enters DPJ race
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.
Japan's unsung role in India's struggle for independence
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.
'We caused great suffering and pain': Japan marks 66th anniversary since World
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.

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Hideki Tōjō - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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
Hideki Tojo was a Japanese general and the 40th Prime Minister of Japan ( October 18, 1941-July 22, 1944).

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