Portrait of Cadet Kenji Doihara, 1903Kenji Doihara and other Japanese diplomats and spies, 1918Kenji Doihara (in Army uniform) in Mukden, China, 20 Sep 1931Kenji Doihara, 1931-1932
Portrait of Cadet Kenji Doihara, 1903Kenji Doihara and other Japanese diplomats and spies, 1918Kenji Doihara (in Army uniform) in Mukden, China, 20 Sep 1931Kenji Doihara, 1931-1932
Kenji Doihara, circa Mar 1936Japanese officers in northeastern China, circa 1939; note Kenji Doihara (front row, second from left), Kenkichi Ueda (front row, center), Shuzo Kuramo (front row, second from right), Ryuzo Sejima (rear row, second from right), Japanese Army Academy Commandant Kenji Doihara, 1940-1941Japanese Army General Kenji Doihara inspecting troops of the Indian National Army, Singapore, 1944
Kenji Doihara, circa Mar 1936Japanese officers in northeastern China, circa 1939; note Kenji Doihara (front row, second from left), Kenkichi Ueda (front row, center), Shuzo Kuramo (front row, second from right), Ryuzo Sejima (rear row, second from right), Japanese Army Academy Commandant Kenji Doihara, 1940-1941Japanese Army General Kenji Doihara inspecting troops of the Indian National Army, Singapore, 1944
Portrait of General Kenji Doihara, 1944Japanese General Kenji Doihara being arrested shortly after the war, 1945The defendants at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, Ichigaya Court, Tokyo, Japan, May-Jun 1946The last signatures of (right to left) Kenji Doihara, Iwane Matsui, Hideki Tojo, and Akira Muto shortly before their executions, 22 Dec 1948
Portrait of General Kenji Doihara, 1944Japanese General Kenji Doihara being arrested shortly after the war, 1945The defendants at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, Ichigaya Court, Tokyo, Japan, May-Jun 1946The last signatures of (right to left) Kenji Doihara, Iwane Matsui, Hideki Tojo, and Akira Muto shortly before their executions, 22 Dec 1948
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