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Japanese army officer who initiated the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and who assumed dictatorial control of Japan during World War II

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Willie Boy, three, and two-year-old Tojo vanished from their home in Irvine shortly after social workers had c.
It is also well known that Kido asked Tojo to take all blame for the war in order to protect the emperor; as a result, Tojo did not utter a single word in his own defense.
Fourteen Class-A war criminals, including Tojo and Matsuoka, are enshrined at Yasukuni Shrine along with other war dead.
The judge said Hoshijima committed the crime because of a ''distorted'' motivation of making Tojo a sex slave and that his acts were ''extremely contemptible.
Hideki Tojo was critical of Japan's acceptance of the 1945 Potsdam Declaration that urged the country to surrender to the Allies unconditionally to end World War II in the Pacific theater, his private notes, recently found at the National Archives of Japan, showed.
JAPAN'S fanatical World War II prime minister Hideki Tojo wanted to keep on fighting even after atomic bombs destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki, documents released yesterday show.
I knew of Tojo, of course, but had no opinion of him.
Appreciative Intelligence, by Tojo Thatchenkery and Carol Metzker, Book, 2006, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, $24.
A police officer and a woman were hit and badly injured by an oncoming train near Tokiwadai Station on the Tobu Tojo Line in Tokyo's Itabashi Ward at around 7:30 p.
In Yakuza, you'll assume the life of young upcoming underworld Tojo clan superstar Kiryu Kazuma who's about to be granted permission to start his own crime family from his boss.
The pet, an Alaskan Malamute called Tojo, has now been put down after it mutilated Jessica Hussey.
She was also told to have the dog Tojo neutered or he will be put down.
Allied forces struggled to contain the tyranny (absolute power) of Hitler, Italy's Benito Mussolini, and Japan's Hideki Tojo.
Maga begins with a seven-line paragraph on prosecution arguments on the aggressive war charge and atrocity allegations against Tojo (p.
Force was necessary to remove Hitler, Mussolini, and Tojo.