Prime Minister Kantaro Suzuki's cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 9 Jun 1945

Caption   Prime Minister Kantaro Suzuki's cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 9 Jun 1945 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 21 Oct 2009

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
3 Sep 2009 05:48:26 PM

The men present in this photo were: Tadahiko Okada, Hiromasa Matsuzaka, Kantaro Suzuki, Mitsumasa Yonai, Genki Abe, Heigoro Sakurai, Sadajiro Toyada, Fujihara Yasui, Tadaatsu Ishiguro, Kozo Ohta, Shigenori Togo, Seizo Sakonji, Naoto Kobiyama Hosaku Hirose, Tsukizo Akinaga, Hisatsune Sakomizu, Naoyasu Murase, Korechika Anami
2. Anonymous says:
29 Dec 2014 02:17:18 PM

Could you please point out which one is Togo? I believe I nailed down Suzuki and Anami. I take it Hirohito is not in the photo? Thanks, Jim L.

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