Inaugural Party for the newly appointed War Minister Seoshiro Itagaki, 1938; note Naval Minister Mitsumasa Yonai at left of photo and Vice War Minister Hideki Tojo at right of photoJapanese Prime Minister Kiichiro Hiranuma with members of his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Jan 1939; note Minister-without-Portfolio Konoe, Interior Minister Kido, Naval Minister Yonai, War Minister Itagaki, Foreign Minister AritaJapanese War Minister Seoshiro Itagaki and Naval Minister Mitsumasa Yonai at a Budget Committee session, Tokyo, Japan, Jan-Feb 1939; to the right of Yonai is Prime Minister Kiichiro HiranumaHigh school teacher Koichiro Toyama toasted by former students including War Minister Seishiro Itagaki (first from left) and Naval Minister Mitsumasa Yonai (first on right), Tokyo, Japan, 3 Jun 1939
Inaugural Party for the newly appointed War Minister Seoshiro Itagaki, 1938; note Naval Minister Mitsumasa Yonai at left of photo and Vice War Minister Hideki Tojo at right of photoJapanese Prime Minister Kiichiro Hiranuma with members of his cabinet, Tokyo, Japan, 5 Jan 1939; note Minister-without-Portfolio Konoe, Interior Minister Kido, Naval Minister Yonai, War Minister Itagaki, Foreign Minister AritaJapanese War Minister Seoshiro Itagaki and Naval Minister Mitsumasa Yonai at a Budget Committee session, Tokyo, Japan, Jan-Feb 1939; to the right of Yonai is Prime Minister Kiichiro HiranumaHigh school teacher Koichiro Toyama toasted by former students including War Minister Seishiro Itagaki (first from left) and Naval Minister Mitsumasa Yonai (first on right), Tokyo, Japan, 3 Jun 1939
Portrait of General Seishiro Itagaki, date unknownSeishiro Itagaki and Wang Jingwei in Nanjing, China, 1942General Seishiro Itagaki signing surrender documents aboard HMS Sussex at Singapore, 4 Sep 1945Lieutenant General F. W. Messervy of Malaya Command receiving the sword of General Itagaki of Japanese 7th Area Army at a formal ceremony of surrender, Victoria Institution, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, 22 Feb 1946
Portrait of General Seishiro Itagaki, date unknownSeishiro Itagaki and Wang Jingwei in Nanjing, China, 1942General Seishiro Itagaki signing surrender documents aboard HMS Sussex at Singapore, 4 Sep 1945Lieutenant General F. W. Messervy of Malaya Command receiving the sword of General Itagaki of Japanese 7th Area Army at a formal ceremony of surrender, Victoria Institution, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, 22 Feb 1946
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