Hideki Tojo, and Foreign Minister Yosuke Matsuoka
, a bitter anti-American.
It would be hard to find a better figure for this dual purpose than Yosuke Matsuoka who, Lu tells us, "was the best known Japanese around the world" between 1933 and 1941 (p.
Overall, Agony of Choice is a fine examination of Yosuke Matsuoka and his times.
Asked about Emperor Hirohito's criticism of Foreign Minister Yosuke Matsuoka
and other Class-A war criminals from World War II enshrined at Tokyo's Yasukuni Shrine, as reportedly cited in her husband's memorandum, she said the emperor repeatedly made such remarks to her husband before he died.
April 13 In Moscow, Japanese Foreign Minister Yosuke Matsuoka
and Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin seal a five-year neutrality agreement.
In April 1941 Hitler refused to inform the visiting Japanese foreign minister, Yosuke Matsuoka
, of his decision to invade the Soviet Uni on.
La ofensiva contra Pearl Harbor fue promovida, planeada y organizada por un grupo de fanaticos militares japoneses, inestables emocionalmente, esquizofrenicos y temerarios, como Yosuke Matsuoka
, ministro del Exterior hasta julio de ese mismo ano, quien abrazaba el cristianismo, pero al que, incluso sus propios colegas, lo calificaban de loco.
Bix slights the motives of Foreign Minister Yosuke Matsuoka
, who hated the United States because he had been badly treated while living in America as a boy.
Among items displayed are transit visas, passports used by the Jews and official telegraphs sent by Sugihara to Foreign Minister Yosuke Matsuoka