Japanese PM Prince Konoe and General Hideki Tojo arrive with Japanese dignitaries at Diet to form new cabinet in Japan.
Japan Date:1941 Duration:3 min 31 sec Sound:Yes
Japanese dignitaries attend assembly to form new cabinet in Japan during World War II. A car drives out from a building. Japanese dignitaries in the car. People standing near the building and the car. Japanese Imperial Army General Hideki Tojo gets out of the car and enters a building. Prime Minister of Japan Prince Fumimaro Konoe, General of Japanese Imperial Army Hideki Tojo and other Japanese dignitaries seated and confer. Cars parked in a line. A drum played. A man speaks. Newsmen and reporters outside the building making notes. A newsman gives information on telephone. Prince Konoe, General Tojo and other Japanese dignitaries arrive at Diet to form new cabinet. Photographers take pictures. The Prince, General Tojo and other dignitaries pose for photograph.
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