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Private Funeral Services For Tojo
Buddhist priest Shinso Hanayama (left) presides at funeral services for Hideki Tojo, Jap war lord recently hanged in Tokyo for his war crimes, as his trial attomey Ichiro Kiyose and Tojo's widow bow their heads in respect.
Nagasaki Four Years After Atom Bombing
1. Picture taken one month after atom bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, killing 24,000 and wounding 40,000. 2, Same view today. 3. The city's medical center one year after bombing. 4. Same view today.
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Japs Model Symbol Of U.S. Democracy
Featured in the Osaka Fair are these scale models of historic edifices in the United States which the Japs once planned to conquer. 1. San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. 2. Chicago's skyline. 3. The White House in Washington (with balcony). 4, Philadelphia's Independence Hall.
Japs Use Deep Sea Divers For Fishermen
Earthquake Hits Japan Like Atom Bomb
While Japan's Emperor Hirohito (felt hat) and Empress Nagako (with bucket) vacation at Hayama, they visit the fishing grounds where fishermen in deep sea diving suits explore the sea bottom and net low-swimming fish, which is considered a rare food delicacy by the Japanese people.
This is Main Street in Fukui, Japan, after an earthquake and fire all but destroyed the city. Building in the center is the 7-store Daiwa Department Store. Over 30,000 persons were made homeless by the earthquake.
Dedicate Peace Shrine Where Atom Bomb Struck
Flag Autographed By Jap War Criminals
Left: Residents of Hiroshima, Japan, unveil new peace auditorium on the place over which the atom bomb exploded two years ago. Wrecked Commerce Bldg., beside it, will be left standing as a reminder. Right: City official plants one of several "peace trees" in area where hundreds died.
lIa Hager Oeft) and Frances Barker display a Jap flag autographed by 26 war criminals now on trial in Tokyo. Flag was presented to the Union Pacific Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, by U. Co!. A.S. Kenworthy, officer in charge of guarding the prisoners.
Japan's wartime premier, Hideki Tojo, left, reviews his war crimes trial defense while Kenryo Sato, center, former chief of military affairs, and Roshio Shiratori, former foreign office advisor, also on trial, play "Go"