Portrait of Kantaro Suzuki, late 1920s or early 1930sPortrait of Kantaro Suzuki, 1931Portrait of Kantaro Suzuki, 1940sPortrait of Kantaro Suzuki, 1945
Portrait of Kantaro Suzuki, late 1920s or early 1930sPortrait of Kantaro Suzuki, 1931Portrait of Kantaro Suzuki, 1940sPortrait of Kantaro Suzuki, 1945
Japanese Prime Minister Kantaro Suzuki with members of his cabinet on his inaugural day of administration, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Apr 1945Prime Minister Kantaro Suzuki
Japanese Prime Minister Kantaro Suzuki with members of his cabinet on his inaugural day of administration, Tokyo, Japan, 7 Apr 1945Prime Minister Kantaro Suzuki's cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 9 Jun 1945
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