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Confessions of convicted Japanese war criminals

China Daily | Updated: 2014-08-16 08:30

Editor's note: To offer a clearer picture of history, the State Archives Administration released a large number of files on 45 Japanese war criminals who were tried and convicted in China after World War II. The special military tribunal of the Supreme People's Court held public trials, sentencing the criminals to from eight to 20 years in prison. China Daily is publishing abstracts of the criminals' confessions:

Yukio Shimura

Yukio Shimura was born in Hyogo prefecture, Japan, in 1902 and served as the captain of the Hailar Japanese Military Police during the Japanese War of Aggression against China.

Confessions of convicted Japanese war criminals

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