This economic dependence on China has prevented Abe and his five predecessors (Noda, Kan, Hatoyama, Aso, and Fukuda) from visiting the Yasukuni Shrine, which enshrines the war dead, including class-A war criminals such as Tojo Hideki
Chapter three examines the criteria by which the prosecutors abided by in order to determine who would stand trial as so-called Class A war criminal suspects including Tojo Hideki
, Japan's prime minister at the onset of the Pacific War.
Meanwhile, there was the question of the prosecution of Japanese war criminals, headed by Tojo Hideki
, nicknamed 'Razor', a high-ranking army officer from a military, family.
The eight World War li leaders covered in this volume are Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Tojo Hideki
, Chiang Kai-shek, Josef Stalin, Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, and Franklin D.
By the time Tojo Hideki
came to power in October 1941, more than 100,000 goods, services, and materials were under some form of regulation, including the rationing and distribution of staple goods (coal, charcoal, matches, gasoline, clothing and soap) and food.