Prime Minister of Japan Koki Hirota with his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 9 Mar 1936Japanese War Minister Hisaichi Terauchi and Prime Minister Koko Hirota at the Diet of Japan during a historic session that would lead to HirotaShunroku Hata (left) and Terauchi Hisaichi (right) at Xuzhou, China, 1938Louis Mountbatten accepting the sword of Hisaichi Terauchi, Saigon, French Indochina, 30 Nov 1945
Prime Minister of Japan Koki Hirota with his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 9 Mar 1936Japanese 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 1937Shunroku Hata (left) and Terauchi Hisaichi (right) at Xuzhou, China, 1938Louis Mountbatten accepting the sword of Hisaichi Terauchi, Saigon, French Indochina, 30 Nov 1945
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