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Portrait of Fumimaro Konoe, date unknownFumimaro Konoe presiding over a session of the House of Peers, Tokyo, Japan, 1935
Portrait of Fumimaro Konoe, date unknownFumimaro Konoe presiding over a session of the House of Peers, Tokyo, Japan, 1935
President of the House of Peers of the Japanese Diet Fumimaro Konoe reading the imperial rescript at the opening of the Diet, Tokyo, Japan, 1936President of the House of Peers of the Japanese Diet Fumimaro Konoe at a press conference after receiving orders to form a new government, 2 Jun 1937
President of the House of Peers of the Japanese Diet Fumimaro Konoe reading the imperial rescript at the opening of the Diet, Tokyo, Japan, 1936President of the House of Peers of the Japanese Diet Fumimaro Konoe at a press conference after receiving orders to form a new government, 2 Jun 1937
Japanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe with his cabinet ministers, 7 Mar 1937; note Naval Minister Mitsumasa Yonai in backgroundJapanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe and his first cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, Jun 1937
Japanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe with his cabinet ministers, 7 Mar 1937; note Naval Minister Mitsumasa Yonai in backgroundJapanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe and his first cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, Jun 1937
Fumimaro Konoe and Masaki Fukumura, date unknownFuminmaro Konoe and his wife Chiyoko, 1930s
Fumimaro Konoe and Masaki Fukumura, date unknownFuminmaro Konoe and his wife Chiyoko, 1930s
Portrait of Fumimaro Konoe, 1938Portrait of Fumimaro Konoe, date unknown
Portrait of Fumimaro Konoe, 1938Portrait of Fumimaro Konoe, date unknown
Japanese Prime Minister Kiichiro Hiranuma with members of his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Jan 1939; note Minister-without-Portfolio Konoe, Interior Minister Kido, Naval Minister Yonai, War Minister Itagaki, Foreign Minister AritaFumimaro Konoe, Apr 1939
Japanese Prime Minister Kiichiro Hiranuma with members of his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Jan 1939; note Minister-without-Portfolio Konoe, Interior Minister Kido, Naval Minister Yonai, War Minister Itagaki, Foreign Minister AritaFumimaro Konoe, Apr 1939
Portrait of Fumimaro Konoe, late 1930s-early 1940sFumimaro Konoe at a press conference at the Peerage Club House in Tokyo, Japan upon being asked to form a new government, 17 Jul 1940
Portrait of Fumimaro Konoe, late 1930s-early 1940sFumimaro Konoe at a press conference at the Peerage Club House in Tokyo, Japan upon being asked to form a new government, 17 Jul 1940
Fumimaro Konoe, Yosuke Matsuoka, Zengo Yoshida, and Hideki Tojo at the Ogikubo Talk at KonoeJapanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe and his second cabinet at the Kantei, Tokyo, Japan, 22 Jul 1940
Fumimaro Konoe, Yosuke Matsuoka, Zengo Yoshida, and Hideki Tojo at the Ogikubo Talk at Konoe's residence of Tekigaiso in Tokyo, Japan, 19 Jul 1940Japanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe and his second cabinet at the Kantei, Tokyo, Japan, 22 Jul 1940
Fumimaro Konoe, date unknownJapanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe in his sedan, date unknown
Fumimaro Konoe, date unknownJapanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe in his sedan, date unknown
Portrait of Japanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe, date unknownFumimaro Konoe in a limo, fall 1941
Portrait of Japanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe, date unknownFumimaro Konoe in a limo, fall 1941

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