Japan's unconditional surrender in 1945, U.S. general Douglas MacArthur issued orders for the arrest of the first forty alleged war criminals, including Tōjō. Soon, Tōjō's home in Setagaya was besieged with newsmen and photographers. Inside, a doctor named Suzuki had marked Tōjō's chest with charcoal to indicate the location of his heart.

Japan's unconditional surrender in 1945, U.S. general Douglas MacArthur issued orders for the arrest of the first forty alleged war criminals, including Tōjō. Soon, Tōjō's home in Setagaya was besieged with newsmen and photographers. Inside, a doctor named Suzuki had marked Tōjō's chest with charcoal to indicate the location of his heart.

Hideki Tojo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hideki Tojo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hideki Tojo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hideki Tojo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lt. John J. Wilpers confronting Japanese Prime Minister Hideki Tojo moments after Mr. Tojo attempted to kill himself. Lt. Wilpers and five others were sent by Gen. Douglas MacArthur to arrest Mr. Tojo for war crimes. He was arrested and eventually executed on December 23, 1948. Lt. Wilpers died on February 28, 2013 at the age of 93. http://www.obitoftheday.com/post/44617831944/johnjwilpers#

Lt. John J. Wilpers confronting Japanese Prime Minister Hideki Tojo moments after Mr. Tojo attempted to kill himself. Lt. Wilpers and five others were sent by Gen. Douglas MacArthur to arrest Mr. Tojo for war crimes. He was arrested and eventually executed on December 23, 1948. Lt. Wilpers died on February 28, 2013 at the age of 93. http://www.obitoftheday.com/post/44617831944/johnjwilpers#

Seconde Guerre mondiale — Wikipédia Hideki Tojo, premier ministre du Japon de 1941 à 1944.

Seconde Guerre mondiale — Wikipédia Hideki Tojo, premier ministre du Japon de 1941 à

23 Dec 48: Japan's wartime Prime Minister Hideki Tojo is executed by hanging for war crimes. In his final statements, he apologizes for the atrocities committed by the Japanese military and urges the American military to show compassion toward the Japanese people. #WWII #History

23 Dec 48: Japan's wartime Prime Minister Hideki Tojo is executed by hanging for war crimes. In his final statements, he apologizes for the atrocities committed by the Japanese military and urges the American military to show compassion toward the Japanese people. #WWII #History

US Medical Officer Examining Hideki Tojo

US Medical Officer Examining Hideki Tojo

Procès De Nuremberg, Seconde Guerre Mondiale, Médical, Légendes, Militaire, Héros, Hideki Tojo

Portrait of Hideki Tojo, circa 1905 - This Day in WWII History: Feb 21, 1944: Tojo makes himself "military czar"

Portrait of Hideki Tojo, circa 1905 - This Day in WWII History: Feb 21, 1944: Tojo makes himself "military czar"

Greater East Asia Conference in November 1943, participants left to right: Ba Maw, Zhang Jinghui, Wang Jingwei, Hideki Tojo, Wan Waithayakon, José P. Laurel, Subhas Chandra Bose

Greater East Asia Conference in November 1943, participants left to right: Ba Maw, Zhang Jinghui, Wang Jingwei, Hideki Tojo, Wan Waithayakon, José P. Laurel, Subhas Chandra Bose

December 1947: Former Japanese prime minister and minister of war Hideki Tojo (1884 - 1948) takes the stand to testify in his own defense at the war crimes trial in Tokyo. Tojo was convicted and executed.

Why Japan Is Still Not Sorry Enough

December 1947: Former Japanese prime minister and minister of war Hideki Tojo (1884 - 1948) takes the stand to testify in his own defense at the war crimes trial in Tokyo. Tojo was convicted and executed.

An army intelligence officer attends to Hideki Tojo, the prime minister of Japan during WWII. Tojo attempted to shoot himself in the heart as U.S. troops approached his residence to arrest him. The bullet missed his heart and instead went through his stomach. Tojo made a full recovery before being tried, found guilty of war crimes, and executed.

An army intelligence officer attends to Hideki Tojo, the prime minister of Japan during WWII. Tojo attempted to shoot himself in the heart as U.S. troops approached his residence to arrest him. The bullet missed his heart and instead went through his stomach. Tojo made a full recovery before being tried, found guilty of war crimes, and executed.

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