In what city is there a statue of a person sentenced to death by a war tribunal after World War II?
#95865. Asked by author. (May 19 08 5:57 PM)
There is a statue of Koki Hirota located in Fukuoka City, Japan.
The U.S. war crimes tribunal that was established by the US after World War II found Japan’s prime minister, Tojo Hiodeki and foreign minister, Hirota Koki, guilty of crimes and were sentenced to death by hanging in December, 1948.
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