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Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita and British Lieutenant General Arthur Percival discussed surrender terms at the Ford Motors Factory, Bukit Timah Road, Singapore, 15 Feb 1942John Dorle, Harry Clarke, Milton Sandberg, Tomoyuki Yamashita, Hamamoto, and Akira Muto during a break from court, Oct 1945; note the autographs by Yamashita, Hamamoto, and Muto
Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita and British Lieutenant General Arthur Percival discussed surrender terms at the Ford Motors Factory, Bukit Timah Road, Singapore, 15 Feb 1942John Dorle, Harry Clarke, Milton Sandberg, Tomoyuki Yamashita, Hamamoto, and Akira Muto during a break from court, Oct 1945; note the autographs by Yamashita, Hamamoto, and Muto
Yamashita at Manila war crime trial with his attorneys Sandberg and Reel, 1945Yamashita during post-war trials, probably in a hallway outside the courtroom, circa Oct 1945
Yamashita at Manila war crime trial with his attorneys Sandberg and Reel, 1945Yamashita during post-war trials, probably in a hallway outside the courtroom, circa Oct 1945
YamashitaClarke, Hamamoto, Yamashita, Hendricks, and Guy, at Yamashita
Yamashita's defense counsels, Oct 1945. Seated: Lt. Col. Gordon Feldhaus, Col. Harry E. Clarke, Sr., Lt. Col. Walter Hendricks. Standing: Capt. Frank Reel, Maj. George Guy, Capt. Milton SandbergClarke, Hamamoto, Yamashita, Hendricks, and Guy, at Yamashita's arraignment, Manila, Philippines, 8 Oct 1945
Note written by Yamashita for Clarke, circa Oct-Nov 1945Yamashita imprisoned at Manila, circa Oct-Nov 1945
Note written by Yamashita for Clarke, circa Oct-Nov 1945Yamashita imprisoned at Manila, circa Oct-Nov 1945
Yamashita with MP-Major Kenworthy, Manila, Nov 1945Japanese occupation money signed by Yamashita
Yamashita with MP-Major Kenworthy, Manila, Nov 1945Japanese occupation money signed by Yamashita
Letter to US President Harry Truman to request clemency for Yamashita, 5 Feb 1946Letter to US Secretary of War Robert Patterson to request clemency for Yamashita, 5 Feb 1946
Letter to US President Harry Truman to request clemency for Yamashita, 5 Feb 1946Letter to US Secretary of War Robert Patterson to request clemency for Yamashita, 5 Feb 1946
Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 1 of 4Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 2 of 4
Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 1 of 4Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 2 of 4
Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 3 of 4Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 4 of 4
Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 3 of 4Request for Executive Clemency for Yamashita, addressed to Truman, 5 Feb 1946, page 4 of 4
YamashitaTomoyuki Yamashita
Yamashita's tea service, now in the collection of the Clarke familyTomoyuki Yamashita's sword on display at the West Point Museum, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, United States, 22 Sep 2007
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