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Japanese diplomat Koki Hirota and his wife Shizuko, London, England, United Kingdom, 1909Japanese delegration member Koki Hirota at the second Hague Conference, the Netherlands, Jan 1930
Japanese diplomat Koki Hirota and his wife Shizuko, London, England, United Kingdom, 1909Japanese delegration member Koki Hirota at the second Hague Conference, the Netherlands, Jan 1930
Portrait of Hirota, circa 1930sPrime Minister of Japan Koki Hirota with his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 9 Mar 1936
Portrait of Hirota, circa 1930sPrime Minister of Japan Koki Hirota with his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 9 Mar 1936
Portrait of Prime Minister of Japan Koki Hirota, 1936-1937Japanese War Minister Hisaichi Terauchi and Prime Minister Koko Hirota at the Diet of Japan during a historic session that would lead to Hirota
Portrait of Prime Minister of Japan Koki Hirota, 1936-1937Japanese War Minister Hisaichi Terauchi and Prime Minister Koko Hirota at the Diet of Japan during a historic session that would lead to Hirota's resignation, 21 Jan 1937
Japanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe and his first cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, Jun 1937The defendants at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, Ichigaya Court, Tokyo, Japan, May-Jun 1946
Japanese Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe and his first cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, Jun 1937The defendants at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, Ichigaya Court, Tokyo, Japan, May-Jun 1946
Former Prime Minister Koki Hirota listening to Sir William Webb of Australia sentencing him to death at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East at Ichigaya Court, Tokyo, Japan, 12 Nov 1948
Former Prime Minister Koki Hirota listening to Sir William Webb of Australia sentencing him to death at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East at Ichigaya Court, Tokyo, Japan, 12 Nov 1948
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