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Japan. Tomoyuki Yamashita (November 8, 1885 - February 23, 1946) - general of the Japanese army during World War II. September 2, 1945, he was taken prisoner by the Americans.    During the trial in Manila, the American military court sentenced Yamashita to death.  February 23, 1946 he was hanged.

Japan. Tomoyuki Yamashita (November 8, 1885 - February 23, 1946) - general of the Japanese army during World War II. September 2, 1945, he was taken prisoner by the Americans. During the trial in Manila, the American military court sentenced Yamashita to death. February 23, 1946 he was hanged.

Japanese imperial army general Tomoyuki Yamashita; hanged after the war for war crimes.

general japones apodado el tigre de Malasia dueño de la katana entragada junto a su ejercito tras la rendición nipona.MacArtur la depositó enl Museo military West Poind ,pertenecio a su familia desde el siglo XVII

Portada - Oro (Public Domain), General Tomoyuki Yamashita (Public Domain)

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The conference at which Singapore surrendered on February 15 1942. Man seated at left facing camera is identified as Lieut. Gen. Tomoyuki Yamashita the Japanese Commander. Man in right foreground profile to camera is identified as Lieut. Gen. A. E. Percival British commander.

The conference at which Singapore surrendered on February 15 1942. Man seated at left facing camera is identified as Lieut. Gen. Tomoyuki Yamashita the Japanese Commander. Man in right foreground profile to camera is identified as Lieut. Gen. A. E. Percival British commander.

Japanese army general Tomoyuki Yamashita uses a cane while walking along a dirt road ahead of several soldiers Yamashita was known as the 'Tiger of...

Japanese army general Tomoyuki Yamashita uses a cane while walking along a dirt road ahead of several soldiers Yamashita was known as the 'Tiger of...

General Tomoyuki Yamashita (second right) was tried in Manila between October 29 and December 7, 1945, by a U.S. military commission relating to the Manila Massacre and earlier occurrences in Singapore, and was sentenced to death. The case set a precedent regarding the responsibility of commanders for war crimes, and is known as the Yamashita Standard.

El general Tomoyuki Yamashita (segundo de la derecha) fue juzgado en Manila, por una comisión militar estadounidense, por cargos referidos a la Masacre de Manila y en Singapur, por lo que fue sentenciado a muerte.

50 años en busca del tesoro de Tomoyuki Yamashita

50 años en busca del tesoro de Tomoyuki Yamashita

Tran Van Tiep, un anciano vietnamita, lleva 50 años invirtiendo en la búsqueda de un tesoro enterrado por los militares japoneses al terminar la SGM.

General Tomoyuki Yamashita

General Tomoyuki Yamashita

WWII: Japans "China Incident" Oorlogsmedaille in origineel doosje.  Japans "China Incident" medaille.Materiaal: Brons. Staat medaille: Uitstekend. Staat presentatie doosje: Gebruikt. Wordt geleverd in zijn originele (zeldzame) doosje. Achtergrond:Op 7 juli 1937 werden bij de Marco Polobrug over de rivier de Joengting nabij de stad Wanping Japanse troepen onder bevel van luitenant-generaal Tomoyuki Yamashita beschoten door een Chinees detachement. Er vielen geen slachtoffers maar de Japanners…

WWII: Japans "China Incident" Oorlogsmedaille in origineel doosje. Japans "China Incident" medaille.Materiaal: Brons. Staat medaille: Uitstekend. Staat presentatie doosje: Gebruikt. Wordt geleverd in zijn originele (zeldzame) doosje. Achtergrond:Op 7 juli 1937 werden bij de Marco Polobrug over de rivier de Joengting nabij de stad Wanping Japanse troepen onder bevel van luitenant-generaal Tomoyuki Yamashita beschoten door een Chinees detachement. Er vielen geen slachtoffers maar de Japanners…

Close-up of the photograph at left depicting General Tomoyuki Yamashita, Supreme Commander of Japanese Imperial Forces, Philippines, coming out of the mountains to surrender to the 32D ‘Red Arrow’ Infantry Division near Kiangan, Luzon, on 2 Sep. 1945.

Close-up of the photograph at left depicting General Tomoyuki Yamashita, Supreme Commander of Japanese Imperial Forces, Philippines, coming out of the mountains to surrender to the 32D ‘Red Arrow’ Infantry Division near Kiangan, Luzon, on 2 Sep. 1945.

Berlin, Germany. 1941-02. General Tomoyuki Yamashita, Japanese Army, on the…

Berlin, Germany. 1941-02. General Tomoyuki Yamashita, Japanese Army, on the…

General Tomoyuki Yamashita and an American Military officer. This photo was taken after WW2 where Yamashita was facing war-crime charges under the American Trial Court.

General Tomoyuki Yamashita and an American Military officer. This photo was taken after WW2 where Yamashita was facing war-crime charges under the American Trial Court.

Treasures and Antiques: Golden Buddha Hidden by JIA General Tomoyuki Yamashita

Treasures and Antiques: Golden Buddha Hidden by JIA General Tomoyuki Yamashita

katana entregada por el general MacArtur al museo de WesT Poind donde se exibe tras la segunda guerra mundial fabrIcada entre el 1640 y 1680 por el famoso Kanenaga Fujiwara

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fujisan-ni-noboru-hinode: “ Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita and German Luftwaffe higher-ups looking at the globe. Albert Kesselring can be seen on the left. (I think?) ” Sometime during Yamashita’s visit to Nazi Germany in late 1940.

fujisan-ni-noboru-hinode: “ Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita and German Luftwaffe higher-ups looking at the globe. Albert Kesselring can be seen on the left. (I think?) ” Sometime during Yamashita’s visit to Nazi Germany in late 1940.

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