Wartime Atrocities and the Politics of Treason in the Ruins of the Japanese Empire, 1937-1953

@inproceedings{Lawson2012WartimeAA,
  title={Wartime Atrocities and the Politics of Treason in the Ruins of the Japanese Empire, 1937-1953},
  author={K. Lawson},
  year={2012}
}
Justice and Expediency The opening trial gripped the attention of the entire colony. Yet, the violence allegedly committed by the accused that was to guide the selection of those tried offered nothing of the brutality and atrocities that might mitigate the powerful nationalist response to the treason charges. “INA day” was declared on the opening day of the trial, on 5 November. It would be the first of many days of that name in communities across India as rallies in support of the accused were… Expand
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