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The Tokyo Trial
Recollections and Perspectives from China

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    Cheng Zhaoqi, Song Zhiyong, Zhang Sheng, Zhai Yi'an, Ni Zhengru, He Qinghua, Mei Ru'ao
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    • Date Published: December 2016
    • availability: Available
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107060388

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    • The International Military Tribunal for the Far East, often known as the Tokyo Trial was held by the Allied Nations from 1946–8 to try Japanese military and civil officials for war crimes committed during World War II. The trial proceedings were controversial at the time and remain a highly emotive subject, particularly in East Asia. This collection of essays from leading Chinese historians, presented here in English translation for the first time, represents a distinctively Chinese approach to the interpretation of the trial and its significance today. The essays are supplemented by a detailed chronology and by firsthand accounts of the trial by two men who represented China in the proceedings: the judge Mei Ru'ao and the prosecution consultant Ni Zhengyu.

      • Includes essays from leading Chinese historians, presented here in English translation for the first time
      • A distinctively Chinese approach to the interpretation of the trial and its significance today
      • Includes firsthand accounts of the trial
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      • Date Published: December 2016
      • format: Hardback
      • isbn: 9781107060388
      • length: 286 pages
      • dimensions: 236 x 158 x 22 mm
      • weight: 0.56kg
      • availability: Available
    • Table of Contents

      Part I. Perspectives from China:
      1. Was the Nanking Massacre fabricated by the Tokyo Trial? Cheng Zhaoqi
      2. The Tokyo Trial and Japan's countermeasures Song Zhiyong
      3. On certain issues related to the Tokyo Trial Song Zhiyong
      4. From the movie 'The Tokyo Trial' to the Tokyo Trial Cheng Zhaoqi
      5. The defence of the Nanjing Massacre during the Tokyo Trial Zhang Sheng and Zhai Yi'an
      6. Re-examining Iwane Matsui's war crimes Cheng Zhaoqi
      7. Re-examining Sekijiro Ogawa's testimony Cheng Zhaoqi
      Part II. Recollections from China:
      8. Memories of the Tokyo Trial Ni Zhengru
      9. The legal bases and significance of the Tokyo Trial He Qinghua
      10. The Nanking Massacre and the Tokyo Trial Mei Ru'ao.

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      The Tokyo Trial Research Centre, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

      Contributors

      Cheng Zhaoqi, Song Zhiyong, Zhang Sheng, Zhai Yi'an, Ni Zhengru, He Qinghua, Mei Ru'ao

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