National Archives Collection of World War II War Crimes Records. 1933 - 1949. Motion Picture Films Used as Exhibits and Evidence at World War II War Crimes Trials. 1945 - 1947. JAPAN IN TIME OF EMERGENCY

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National Archives Collection of World War II War Crimes Records. 1933 - 1949. Motion Picture Films Used as Exhibits and Evidence at World War II War Crimes Trials. 1945 - 1947. JAPAN IN TIME OF EMERGENCY

National Archives Collection of World War II War Crimes Records. 1933 - 1949. Motion Picture Films Used as Exhibits and Evidence at World War II War Crimes Trials. 1945 - 1947. JAPAN IN TIME OF EMERGENCY

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