The war crimes trial in Tokyo, Japan after World War II. Japanese Prime Minister Hideki Tojo answers questions put up by the U.S. government. Officials seated in the court room. The U.S. government and the high command decisions on the Japanese-American negotiations. Discussion about the proposals given to Japan.
War crime trials in Tokyo, Japan. Japanese press section, defendants, and the tribunal. Sir William Webb reading from some documents. The defendants in dock. The defense counsel Mr. Mattice at his table. Defense lawyers Brooks and Howard.
War crimes trials in Tokyo, Japan. Chief prosecutor, Joseph B. Keenan and other prosecutors in the courtroom. They sit down. Shows a judge reading a document. Views of defendant General Hideki Tojo in the dock.
Convicted class A war criminals during war crime trials in Tokyo, Japan. Views of defendants in the dock include: Admiral Takasumi Oka, General Akira Muto, Baron Kiichiro Hiranuma, General Hideki Togo, General Kenryo Sato, General Sadao Araki, Mamoru Shigemitsu, General Akira Muto, Admiral Shigetaro Shimada, Marquis Koichi Kido, Okinori Kaya, and Naoki Hoshino.
Tavenner at lectern giving final summation of the trial in Tokyo, Japan. Judges filing out of courtroom at end of the day. Defendants filing out of court. Spectators leaving court.
The war crimes trial in Tokyo, Japan after World War II. Japanese Prime Minister Hideki Tojo answers the questions during the trial. U.S. Major General P.J. Mueller, Chief of Staff and party seated in the court room. Tojo being cross examined about sending of troops into French Indo China. Tojo states that the Indo China problem was discussed in a message from President Roosevelt to the Emperor. In answer as to when troops were sent there, he says around 20 September 1940 and this was done after arrangements had been made with the Vichy Government of France.