THE "MAGIC" BACKGROUND OF PEARL HARBOR

 

PART F INDEX

 

The index that follows has been compiled from all the volumes (I-V inclusive) in the series entitled The "Magic" Background of Pearl Harbor.

 

Names of persons, places, ships, organizations, and articles of commerce are included. First names have been given when they could be ascertained (occasionally the first names of per­sons appearing in the text of the chapters are incorrect or uncertain and are not repeated in the index). Titles and added information appearing in the index are generally as of the year 1941 and agree with the data given in the decrypted Japanese messages which are bound as appendices following the text.

 

Beside each index entry is given the volume number (in Roman numerals) and the number of the section of text or the message in which that entry appears. Message numbers are en­closed in parentheses to distinguish them from section numbers.

 

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"MAGIC BACKGROUND TO PEARL HARBOR"

 

INDEX

.

 

Vol. Sec

Abasu, son of the Rajah of Koetaradja, Sumatra

III, 635

ABC Powers (of S. America, Argentina, Brazil, and Chile)

II, 121

 

III, 332, 350

 

IV, 362

ABCD Powers (of S.W. Pacific, American, British, Chinese, Dutch)

IV, 107 (380), (1122), (1137)

 

V, (8)

Abe, Jap. Naval Attache in Berlin

IV, (822)

Abe, Nobuyuki, Jap. Ambass. to Nanking, China

III, 572

 

IV, (1018)

Abend, Hallett, N. Y. Times correspondent

II, 17, (52)

Abetz, Heinrich Otto, German Ambassador to Vichy

II, (567), (792), (798), (802)

 

III, 432, 542

Aburto, Rodrigo, U.P. correspondent in Chile

III, (693)

 

IV, (644)

Abyssinia

II, 154

Acapulco, Mexico

I, (182)

 

III, 297, 322

 

V, 17

Achenbach, Ernest, German Sec'y in Paris

III, (1025)

Adani, Jap. Consul, Batavia

I, (402)

Ado, Assoc. Ed. Bangkok Times

IV, 600

Aegean Sea

I, (307), (375)

A.F. of L.—see Labor Unions

 

Afghanistan

II, 175

Africa

I, 14, 35, 38, (22), (367), (375)

 

II, 68, 90, 126, 136, 244, (570), (792)

Agencia Sur Americana, correspondence agency in Rio

III, (684)

Agua Dulce Field, Panama

III, 141

Aguinaldo, Filipino General

 III. 251

Aida

IV, 386

Aighi, Jap. sec'y in Thailand

 III. 682

Air Francais, Co. in Fr. In-Ch.

II, 202

Air Service Headquarters, Japan

III, 313

Aircraft Production, U.S

III, (428), (429)

Aitsu, Prince

IV, 601

Akada, Saichiro, Jap. mint official

III, 695

Akagi Maru, Jap. ship

II, 117

 

III, (575), (633)

Akagiaan Maru, Jap. ship

III, 695

Akamine Maru, Jap. ship

IV, 479

Akino—see Aquino

 

Akiyama, Masatoshi, Jap. Minister to Panama

III, 141, 142, 238-240, 242, 244-247, 336

 

IV, 127, 129, 133-134, 260-288 passim

Alabama Maru, Jap. ship

III, (710)

Alaska

I, 30, (166)

 

III, 16, 30, 31, 134

 

IV, 121

Alba, Duke of, Spanish Ambass. to London

IV, 368

Albania

I, (296), (339)

Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone

III, 141

 

IV, 127

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L'Alerte, Fr. newspaper, Saigon

III, 538

Al-Pachachi—see Muzahim Al-Pachachi

 

Aleutian Islands

I, 30

 

II, (107)IV, 35, 60

 

V, 6

Alexandria, Egypt

I, (339)

 

II, 123, 152

Alexandrovsk, Russia

IV, 403

Alexich, former Austrian Min. to the Netherlands

I, (172)

Algeria

II, (555)

All-American Cable Co.

I, 30

All-American Telegraph Co.

I, 30

Allesandrini, Adolfo, Italian acting Ambass. to Chungking

II, 259

 

III, 501 (1258)

Alma Ata, Russia

II, (966)

Aloisi, Baron, Pres. of Society "Friends of Japan"

IV, 423

Alps, German espionage agent

V, 14

Alsace-Lorraine

I, 35

 

II, (570), (792)

Aluminum

III, 353

 

IV, 88

Alunan, Rafael, Sec'y of the Interior, Philippine Ils.

III, 265, 276, 516

Amada, Jap. sec'y in Bangkok

II, (1127)

Amagisan Maru, Jap. ship

II, (318)

Amano, Jap. business man, Panama

IV, 286, 363, (509)

Amano, Jap official, N.Y. office

IV, 242, (385)

Amau, Jap. Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs

III, 124

 

IV, 366

Amaya, of Jap. Petroleum Co. in Mexico

II, (448)

Amber, U.S. ship

IV, 121

American—see also United States

 

American Catholic Mission Sisters

 III. 162

American Continental Highway

IV, 134

American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai

III, 236

American Commission for Collections

II, 251

American Committee for Non-Participation in Jap. Aggression

III, 85

America-First Committee

II, 42

 

III, 67, 190

 

IV, 47, 192

American Industrial Daily

IV, 223

American Leader, U.S. ship

II, (256)

 

IV, 150

American Metal Co.

II, 117

American Navigation, U.S. ship

IV, 165

American Red Cross

III, (372), (482)

American Soc. of International Law

II, 4

Americanism, published by a Jap. society in Los Angeles

II, 121

Amerika Maru, Jap ship

II, (946)

Amezcua, Jose Luis, Mexican Min. in Tokyo

III, 297, 318, 324

Ando, of Jap. Pacific Petroleum Co. in Mexico

II, (448)

Ando, in Jap. Embassy, Washington

IV, 249, (385)

Ando, Yoshiro, sec'y in Jap Embassy in Rome

I, (31), (339)

 

II, (564), (594), (614), (634), (988)

 

III, 500, 501, 589, (1258)

 

IV, 424, 429, 436

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Aneta, Jap. news reporter

III, 649

Anfuso, Filippo, director Italian Maritime Commission

III, 500

Anhui, British ship

III, 412

ANIC Corp

V, (20)

Ankara, Turkey

II, 172, 183, 191, (571), (611),

(640), (673), (701)III, 173, 233IV, 341, 382

 

Annamites (in Fr. Indo-China)

III, 537

Anti-Comintern Pact

I, 41, 49, (369)

 

II, 41, 59, 183, (717)

 

IV, 68, 90, 399, (891)

Antigua, Lesser Antilles, West Indies

III, 238

Antimony

III, 353

Antonescu, Ion, Premier Romania

II, 180

Aobasan Maru, Jap. ship

 II. (343)

Aoki, reporter for Osaka Mainichi

III, (523)

Aoki, Jap. secretary at Vichy

II, (80)

Aoki, Kazuo, economic adviser at Jap. Embassy, Nanking

III, 587

Aoyagi, in Jap. Consulate, N.Y. City

III, 235

Aoyama, Kazuichi, Major, Jap army cryptanalyst

IV, 550

 

V, 16

APC Company

III, 636

APRA Party Wing (Jap. sponsored, in South America)

IV, 365

Apostolic—see Vatican

 

Aquino, Gonzalo

III, 280

 

IV, 256, 297

Aquino, Juan

III, 280

Aquino, Raphael

III, 280

 

IV, 256, 297

Arabs

IV, 433

Araki, Jap. official in Fr. In-Ch

III, 527

Araki, Sadao

III, (1047)

Aranha, Oswaldo, Brazilian Foreign Minister

IV, 356, 362

Aratame, Jap. translator

IV, 535

Arazanya-Sisophon R.R., Thailand

V, 57

Argentina

I, 30, (31), (161)

 

II, 113, 121, (391)

 

III, 130, 132, 318, 348-353, 451, 459

 

IV, 282-385 passim

Argentina, ship name

III, 334

Arias, Dr. A., President Panama

IV, 276, 286, (276), (480)

Arisue, Jap. Vice Chief of Staff in China

IV, 515

Arita, clerk in Jap. Embassy in Washington

IV, (385)

Arita, Hachiro, Minister for Foreign Affairs in Tokyo

I, (235)

 

III, 22, (867)

 

IV, (723)

Ark Royal, British Carrier

IV, 407

Army Directory (U.S.)

III, 224

Army Technical Hq., Japan

III, 313

Arnald, of the Vichy Foreign Office

III, 514, 517, 533, 543

 

IV, 438, 452, 467, 478

Arnstein, Daniel G., U.S. transport expert sent to Burma Road

II, (886)

 

III, 548

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Arroyo Del Rio, Dr. Carlos A., provisional President, Ecuador

III, 370

Arsene, Henri Charles, French Ambassador to Japan

II, (790)

Artificial Silk Export Association

II, 117

Asada, Shunsuke, Jap. Consul in Bangkok

II, 300, 301

 

III, 673, 676, 677, 680, 683, 688, 689

 

IV, 520, 533, 599, (1146)

Asahi, Jap. newspaper

I, 1, (113), (190)

 

II, 17, (673)

 

III, 354, 379

Asahiyama Maru, Jap. ship

III, 686

Asaka Maru, Jap. ship

I, (246)

Asama Maru, Jap. ship

II, 109

 

III, 217, 430, 538, 588, 589, 591, 594

 

IV, 160, 182, 300-305, 370, 387, 398, 498, 511, (878)

Asano, Jap. Commercial Firm

II, (214)

 

III, (470)

 

IV, (355)

Asano, Jap. news reporter

IV, 316

Asia

II, 244

 

IV, 308

Asia, U.S. magazine

III, 223

Asia Petroleum Co.

II, 238, 304

Askania Co.

III, 480

Assenjo Co. (Japanese, in Mexico)

III, 310

Associated, U.S. ship

III, 219

Associated Press

I, (156)

 

II, 17

 

III, (183), (888)

 

IV, 32, 98, 111, 160, 322, (418), (611)

Astoria, ship

III, (274)

Asuka Maru, Jap. ship

II, 103

 

III, 335

Asuncion, Paraguay

IV, 345

ATC Co.

III, 698

Atcheson, of U.S. State Dept., Finance Division

IV, 181, 188

Atlantic Charter

III, 12, 16, 68, 391, 496

Attlee, C, Brit. Air Minister

III, 396

Austin, Brit. Consul, Yokohama

IV, (544)

Australia

I, 1, 20, 55, 64, (9), (139), (307), (395)

 

II, 34, 41, 123, 208, 227, 288, (487) (574), (891)

 

IV, 5, 8, 83

 

V, 6

Austria

II, 191

Autonomy Society of Thailand

IV, 568

Awajisan Maru, Jap. ship

II, 103, (318),

Awaya, Jap. agent

IV, 584

Awatea, British transport

IV, 160

Azores

II, 53, 99, (275)

 

III, (806)

 

IV, 401, (397)

Azuma Maru, Jap. ship

II, 102

 

III, 289-291, 294, 301, 308, 312, 313, 315, 318, 320, 323, 326, 327, 372, (683)

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Ba Tei Ken, Mohammedan leader in China

III, 569

Baba, Terukuni, Jap radioman

V, (55)

Bagao, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 155

Baghdad, Iraq

II, (576)

Bahrein Island, Persian Gulf

III, 381

Bakkers, R., Col., Chief of General Staff, N.E.I. Army

IV, 523

Balanga, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 155

Balboa, Canal Zone, Panama

II, (226)

 

III, 142

 

IV, 129, 237, 239, 284, 319, 331

Baldwin, Hanson, columnist for the New York Times

III, 167

Balkans

I, 14, 26, 35, 38, 61, (67), (279), (283), (325), (329-66 passim)

 

II, 42, 167, 170, 198, (571), (610), (712)

 

III, 30

 

IV, 401

Ballantine, J. W., Assistant Chief Division Far Eastern Affairs, U.S. State Dept.

II, 6, 10, 11, 15, 18, 21, 22, 24, 27, 32, 37, 40, 41, 49, 50, 53, 56

 

III, 2, 6, 62, 63, 92, 114, 115

IV, 29, 39, 49, 55, 62, 68, 69, 71, 74, 84, 85, 98, 101, 102, 107, 113, 191

 

Baltic Sea

V, 14

Baltic Nations

I, 61, (372)

Baluchistan, India

II, (698)

Banat District, Yugoslavia

V, 17

Banco de Mexico

III, (557)

 

IV, (565)

Bandar Abu Shehr, Iranian seaport on the Persian Gulf

IV, (720)

Bandar Shah, Iranian seaport on the Caspian Sea

IV, 394, (720)

Banden, former Fr. Foreign Min.

IV, (995)

Bandjermasin, Borneo

I, (404)

 

IV, 531

Bandoeng, Java

II, 288

Banga, N.E.I

III, 630

Bangkok, Thailand

I, 66, (204), (407), (416)

 

II, 123, 273, 302, 309, 317, 320, 322

 

III, 665, 666, 670, 673, 676, 677, 679, 682-684, 686-692, 694-698, 701, 704-706, 709

 

IV, 389, 509, 520, 528

 

V, 16

Bangkok Chronicle, newspaper

II, 309

Bangkok Intelligence Service

III, 606

Bangkok Times, newspaper

IV, 600

Bank of Asia

III, 701

Bank of Indo-China

III, 518, 530, 540

 

IV, 457

Bank of Japan

III, 682

 

IV, 222

Bank of Taiwan

III, 620, 621, 633, (515)

 

IV, (472)

Banzai, Col., Jap. Military Attache in Germany

II, (550)

 

III, (1019)

Baptists

II, 42

 

III, (31), 162, (372)

Baranovitshi (Baranowicze), Poland

II, 191

Bardossy, former Prime Minister of Hungary

IV, 399

Bari, Italy

V, (20)

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Basra, Iraq

II, (701)

 

III, 181, 381

 

IV, 394

Bataan, Luzon I., Philippines

III, 148

 

IV, 151, 155

Batangas, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 158

Batavia, Java

I, 68

 

II, 269-272

 

IV, 232, 367, 509-539 passim

 

V, (6)

Batavia Maru, Jap. ship

IV, 588, 615

Bathurst, Brit. Gambia, Africa

III, 153, 181

 

IV, 135

Batista, Fulgencio, Pres. of Cuba

II, (284)

Battle Report, U.S. Naval Publication

IV, 124, 134, 145, 147, 149

Batum, Russia

II, (636)

 

IV, 408

Bauxite

II, 208, 270, 274

Beaverbrook, Brit. Min. of production

IV, (718)

Becker, U.S. lawyer

III, 429

Becker, Col.

V, (25)

Belawan, Sumatra

III, 635

Belem, Brazil

I, (161)

Belgian Congo

II, 126

Belgium

I, 45

 

II, 45, 193, (113), (660), (891)III, 454

Belgrade, Yugoslavia

I, (296)

 

II, (615), (638)

Belitoeng, N.E.I.

III, 630

Bellmore, Long Island, N.Y.

III, 210

Bengal, India

II, (484), (565), (706)

Benkulen, Sumatra

III, 635

Benoist-Mechin, J. (Bunoir Nessien) French Vice Pres. Council in charge of Fr. German affairs

II, 221, 225, (858)

 

III, 511

Berchtesgaden

II, 153, 198

 

III, 432

Berle, A., U.S. Assistant Undersecretary of State

I, (199)

Berlin

I, 7, 11, 13, 20, 24, 31, 42

 

II, 45, 257

 

III, 42, 52, 58, 73, 124, 128, 433, 439-441, 446, 447, 450-452, 456, 459, 460, 465, 467, 469, 480

 

IV, 178, 337, 498, 511

 

V, 9, 10, 12, 14, 17

Berlin Exchange Control Bureau

III, 451

Berne, Switzerland

IV, 234, 341

Bernheisel, Mrs. C. E., involved in Korean Prayer Meeting Incident

II, (311), (315)

Bessarabia (part of Romania)

I, (373)

 

II, 171

 

III, 437

 

IV, 396

Beunigen, Dutch financier

I, (172)

Bevin, E., Brit. Min. of Labor

II, 125

 

IV, 410

Bibba, Non Chao, adviser to Thaiese Finance Ministry

II, 320

Biddle, A.J.D., Jr., U.S. Ambassador

I, (230)

 

II, 234

Bird, U.S. ship

IV, 121

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Bismarck, O.F. von, German Ambassador to Italy

II, 139

Bizerte, Tunisia

III, 432

Black Hawk, U.S. ship

II, 148

 

IV, 150, 156, 160, 162

Black Sea

I, (325)

 

II, (699)

 

V, 14

Blair, H., representative of U.S. Presbyterian Church in Korea

II, (310), (315)

Blue Shirts, Chinese Nationalist terrorists

III, (1108)

 

IV, 510

Bodet, J. T., Mexican Foreign Min.

II, 118

Boeing Airplane Co.

I, (175)

 

II, 235, 243, (222)

 

III, (137)

Bogota, Columbia

I, 30

 

II, (389)

 

IV, 342, 353

Bolivia

I, 37

 

III, 346

Bolshevism

I, (5), (111)

 

II, 183, (637), (715), (718)

 

III, 182, 194, 492, 500

 

IV, 396, 407

Boltze, Erich, German Minister to Nanking

III, 593

 

IV, 499

B.O.M., Jap. Company in N.E.I.

III, 609, 626-628

Bomogoroff, Russian Ambassador to Vichy

II, 709

Bombay, India

I, 65

 

II, (926)

Borchers, J., member of German staff in Nanking

III, 593

 

IV, 499

Bordeau Maru, Jap. ship

II, (323), (342), (344)

Borelli, A., Editor of the Corriere della Sera, Milan

II, (524)

Boriban, P.P.B., Finance Minister, Thailand

IV, 611

Boris, ship name

IV, 384

Borneo

I, (404)

 

II, 277

Borneo Petroleum, Jap. Co.

IV, 522

Borneo Rubber, Jap. Co.

IV, 534

Borneo Trading Co.

IV, 522

Bose, Subhas, leader of a group of the Congress Party, India

II, 150, 183, (524)

 

IV, (110)

Bosweth, H., Counselor at the British Embassy in Tokyo

IV, (544)

Botanko (or Mutankiang), Manchuria

II, 183

Botolan, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 155

Boxer Protocol (1901)

IV, 29, 68, 85

B.P.M. Co.

III, 610, 631, 635, 636, (1114)

Brain Trust, secret organisation (Lindbergh)

IV, 192, 193

Bratton, Col., in U.S. Army Intelligence

IV, (3), (7)

Brauchitsch, W. von, German Gen.

II, 177

 

V, 12

Brazil

I, 30, (2), (31), (161), (218)

 

II, 113, 121, (458), (463)

 

III, 354-359

 

IV, 88, 231, 334, 339-365 passim

Brazil Asahi, newspaper

III, 358

Breceda, Mexican Ambass. to Panama

IV, 316

Bremerton Naval Yard, Washington

I, (175)

 

II, (222)III, 133, 139

 

IV, 121

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Brenner Conference

II, (563)

Brest-Litovsk, Poland

IV, 69

Brinen, Fr. Ambass. for Foreign Colonies

III, 432

Britain

I, 1-67 passim

 

II, 4, 34, 43-46, 62-64, 68, 71, 74-76, 78, 79, 183, 185, 208, 234

 

III, 1, 2, 27, 45, 49, 59, 62, 67, 70-72, 85, 110, 123, 125, 130, 132

 

IV, 4, 5, 7-11, 15, 21, 29, 35-38, 42, 47, 49, 57, 62, 65, 68-71, 74, 75, 77, 81, 83, 85, 88-90, 113, 119, 146, 300, 342, 349, 367-392, 401, 494

 

V, (33), (60)

Britain and China—see China Germany's plan to invade

I, 12, 38, 42, 52, 61, (325), (365)

 

II, 135, 136, 147, 163, 182, (660), (722), (736)

German peace negotiations with U.S. aid to and coop, with

II, 5, 6, 10, 42, 43, 45, 63, 68, 138, (101)

 

IV, 105

 

V, 2

British-Dutch Bank

III, 383, 390, (394)

British Imperial Bank

III, 381

Brooke, Alan, British General

IV, 383

Brooke-Popham, Sir Robert, British Commander in the Far East

II, 288

 

III, 429

Brooks, U.S. ship

IV, 121

Brotherhood, F.M., Lt., U.S. Naval Communications

IV, (4)

Brown, British Honorary Consul in the Philippines

II, 96

Brown University

II, (219)

Brownsville, Texas

III, (587)

Bryan, former U.S. Sec'y of State

IV, 65

Bucharest, Romania

IV, 396

 

V, 17

Budapest, Hungary

IV, 401

 

V, 17

Budenny, S. M., Russian General

II, 191

 

III, 448, (828)

Buenaventura, Colombia

IV, 263

Buenos Aires, Argentina

I, (159)

 

II, 94

 

III, 130, 339, 349, 353

 

IV, 287, 335-349 passim

 

V, (66)

Buenos Aires Maru, Jap. ship

II, (331)

 

II, 243

Bugallon, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 155

Buitenzorg, Java

II, 285

Bukovina, province of Romania

I, (373)

 

II, 171

Bulacan Province, LuzonI, P.I.

IV, 161

Bulgaria

I, 42, 61, (296), (329)

 

II, 181, 192, (612), (638)IV, (6), 399

Bulletin, restricted Jap. news publication

III, 473

 

IV, 160, 296

Burma

I, 1

 

II, 71, 75, 208, 227, 243, 250, (926)III, 405

 

IV, 244, 562, 589, 618

 

V, 16, (6), (56)

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Burma Road

II, 41, 62, 235, (886), (889)

 

III, 560, (1054)

 

IV, 58, 107, 137, 322, 486

Butler, Under-Secretary in London

II, (485)

Butrick, R.P., U.S. Commercial Attache in Peking

II, 243

Butternut, U.S. ship

IV, 121

Butts, Alice M., involved in the Korean Prayer Meeting Incident

II, (309), (311), (315)

Cabanatuan, Luzon I., Philippines

III, 148

Cabanier, C, French Commander of Defense

III, 149

Calcutta, India

II, 235

California Daily News

IV, 223

Callao, Peru

III, 244,

 

IV, 340, (361)

Camacho, Maximino

II, 110, 115, 118, (415)

 

III, 305, 314

Camarines Norte, Luzon I., P.I.

IV, 158

Cambodia, French Indo-China

II, 305

 

III, 535

Camp Davis, North Carolina

IV, (297)

Camp Murphy, Philippines

III, 145

Camranh Bay, French Indo-China

II, (796)

 

IV, 95, 103

Canada

I, 30, 36, (3), (306)

 

II, 53, 208, (768), (926)

 

III, 385, 414

 

IV, 5, 234, 284, 380, 391

Canada, a Canadian warship

IV, 380

Canadian-Japanese Commercial Treaty

II, 133

Canadian Pacific Line

IV, 380

Canal Zone—see Panama Canal

 

Canberra, Australia

I, (139)

Candia, Crete

V, (46)

Canca, Crete

V, (46)

Canyes Maru, Jap. ship

II, (332)

Canopus, U.S. ship

IV, 150, 160, 164

Canton, China

II, 197, 212, 215, 216, 237, 266, 267, 316

 

III, 56

 

IV, 377, 380, 392, 500

Capas, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 155

Cape Verde Islands

II, 99, 333, 1092

 

III, 464, (806)

Capetown, S. Africa

II, 122, 126

 

III, 154

Caracas, Venezuela

IV, 353

Caribbean Sea

I, (22)

 

II, 92

Carlton Hotel, Washington, D.C.

I, 8

Castillo, F. V., Panama's Minister to Germany

III, 240

Castillo, R.S., Pres. of Argentina

III, 349, 350, 352

Castle, W. R., former U.S. Ambassador to Japan

III, 123

Catholic Church (see also Vatican)

I, 49

 

II, (219)

 

IV, 420, 432-433

Caucasus Mountains

I, 61

 

II, 171, 180, 183, (675), (700)

 

III, 392, 403, 411, 422, 423, 437, 471, 500, (925)

 

IV, 401, 408, (822), (882)

Cavite, U.S. Naval Base, P. I

II, 96, 97

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III, 148

 

IV, 156, 160, 164

Cebu Island, Philippines

IV, 159

Celebes, Netherlands Bast Indies

II, (1103)

Central Afolh Japan Trade

III, 598

Central America—see Latin America

 

Central China Daily News

III, 537

Central China News Agency

 II. (927)

Central China Post, published in Hankow

III, 407

Central News, newspaper

IV, 502

Central Telegraphic News, newspaper

IV, 502

Ceuta, Morocco

I, (375)

Chamberlain, member Jap-U.S. group

IV, 193

Chamberlain, N., former British Prime Minister

IV, (49)

Chambers, member Brit. Defense Organization, Singapore

III, 429

Chan Chun, President of the Chinese Central Executive Yuan

I, (355)

Chang-Chung, of the "Four Chang Movement" and member Cent. Exec. Yuan

III, 562, (1048)

Chang Chun-li, of the "Four Chang Movement"

III, (1048)

Chang En-po, Chinese army leader

III, (1043)

Chang Hsueh-liang, Nanking-Chungking intermediary

IV, 507

Chang Fa-kuei, Chinese Inspector

III, (1032)

Chang Lei-luan, of the "Four Chang Movement"

III, 559

Chang Po-ling, of the "Four Chang Movement"

III, (1048)

Chang Tsu-chung, cmdr. 38th Division

III, 562

Chante, ship name

III, 148

Chao Chen-shou, cmdr. 8th Army member 1st. Army

IV, (1014)

Chao Chi-lu, head of Kiangsu Prov.

II, (695)

Charleston, U.S. cruiser

IV, 121

Charlie Chaplin, his movie "Dictator" prohibited in Chungking

II, 240

Charton, A., Chief of Propaganda Dept. in French Indo-China

IV, 449

Cheeloo University, Hsinan, China

III, (372)

Cheeppensock, B.C., Thaiese Consul General, Batavia

III, 606

Chefco, N. China

III, (372)

Chekiang Province, China

II, 240

Chen Cheng, cmdr. 14th Division, cmdr. 18th Route Army

II, 250

 

III, (1031)

Chen Chieh, Chinese Amb. to Germany

II, 257, 263, (1009), (1019)

Chen Kuang-fu, Chinese special envoy

III, 566

Chen Kuo-fu, Maj. Gen. and leader of the "Blue Shirts"

IV, 510

Ch'en Shao-yu, Chinese Communist

III, 550

Chen Yu-jen, member of the Chinese Central Executive Yuan

II, (695)

Cheribon Maru, Jap. ship

II, (1119)

Chester, U.S. cruiser

II, 93

 

IV, 150

Chiang Kai-shek, Chinese General and head of the Kuomintang or Nationalist Government

I, passim

 

II, 1, 3, 6, 9-11, 13, 15, 16, 26, 27, 52, 74, 133, 183, 208, 234-262 passim, (535), (679), (715)

 

III, 38, 68, 69, 80, 110, 111, 546, 549, 555, 558, 562-566, 568, 577, 619, (487), (904), (933), (1052), (1053)

 

IV, 5, 29, 34, 49, 71, 74, 77, 85, 98, 113, 375, 444, 495-510 passim

 

V, 7, (8)

Chiang Kai-shek, Mme.

II, 235, 240

 

III, (1052)

Chiang Po-ching, former Gov. of Chekiang Province, China

II, 240

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Chiang Ting-wen, cmdr. 9th Division

II, (696)

Chiba, Jap. Minister to Portugal

III, (660), (851)

Chicago

I, 36, (131)

 

IV, 220

Chicago Maru, Jap. ship

IV, 464

Chicago Times

III, 556

Chicago Tribune

I, (34)

Chien Yung-ming, financial adviser to Chiang Kai-shek

III, 558

Chiengmai, Thailand

III, 698

 

IV, 234, 542, 569, 614

Childs, S. L., Counselor in British Embassy in U.S.

I, (172)

Chile

I, 30, (31)

 

II, 94, 113, 121

 

III, 360-363

 

IV, 282, 311, 360-363

 

V, (66)

Chin Kyo-ju, Maj. Gen. and leader of "Blue Shirts" in Shanghai, China

IV, 510

Chinese National Government or Kuomintang (Chungking)

I, 11, 16, 22, 39, (200), (353-4)

 

II, 38, 183, 208, 209, 227, 234-264 passim

 

III, 1, 32, 80, 110, 114, (176), 162, 398, 523, 446, 497, 546-569, 585

 

IV, 113, 494-504, 518

Chinese Communist Party (N. China)

I, 30, 39, 57, (22), (353-4)

 

II, 10, 15, 18, 24, 61, 62, 183, 236, 240, 241, 246, 249

 

III, 49, 63, 65, 69, 71, 114, 130, 398, 550-554, 562, 563

 

IV, 495

Chinese-Jap. Peace Negotiations

I, 8-29 passim, 49, 57, 62, (4)

 

II, 6-31 passim, 52, 61

 

IV, 29, 34, 49, 51, 54, 65, 68, 74, 90, 112

Chinese Relations with Russia—see Russia Chinese Relations with Germany—see Germany

 

Collaboration with Japan—see Nanking Government and Wang Ching-wei

 

U.S. and British aid to and cooperation with China

I, passim

 

II, 3, 7, 9-11, 13, 15, 16, 22, 24, 27, 53, 62, 74, 76, 96

 

III, 59, 63, 92, 111, 176

 

IV, 8, 58, 71, 74, 77, 98, 107, 113, 494, 497

China Aid Society

I, (200)

China Clipper

III, 56

China Defense Corporation

III, 176

China Press

III, (1063)

China Weekly Review

II, 248

Chinese Industrial Commerical Bureau

II, 235

Chinese Nationalist Party—see China

 

Chinese Reserve Bank

III, 580, 587

China Trading Company

410

Chinghai, China

II, 246

Chinwangtao, China

III, (31), (372)

 

IV, (456)

Chirubuto Maru, Jap. ship

II, 289

Chita, Siberian Russia

II, 169, (683), (938)

Chosen—see Korea

 

Chou En-lai, Chinese Communist leader

I, (281)

 

II, 183, (914)

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III, 550

Chou Fuo-hai

II, (973)

 

III, (1047)

Chou Tsuo-min

III, (1047)

Christian Science Monitor

I, (34)

Christmas Island, U.S. base

IV, 105

Chrome

III, 475

 

V, (27)

Chrysler Corporation

II, 107

Chu Chiu-hua, member of the Central Executive Yuan

II, 240, (274)

Chu Min-yi, Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nanking (puppet) Gov't.

III, 584

Chu Te, Chinese Communist General

II, (914)

Chungking, China

I, 15, 22, 39, 52, 57, (17), (47), (48)

 

II, 38, 81, 83, 84, 96, 158, 247

 

III, 12, 32, 59, 63, 68, 85, 120, 523

 

IV, 330, 349, 494-496, 500, 504, 507, 509

Churchill, W., Brit. Prime Minister

I, 52, 63

 

II, 4, 134, 135, 183, 185, (573), (653)

 

III, 28, 30, 45, 55, 159, 180, 350, 391, 396, 422, 496, (749)

 

IV, 4, 9, 28, 38, 42, 90, 375, 394, 410, 570, (381)

Ciano, Count Galeazzo, Italian Foreign Minister

I, 49, (374)

 

II, 134, 139, 150, 155, 161, 258, (34), (594)

 

III, 501

 

IV, 399, 425, 436

Cicognani, Papal Rep. in Washington

IV, 432

C.I.O.—see Labor Unions

 

Cuidad-Juarez, Mexico

II, 113

Civil War (American)

III, 114

Clark, C. A., involved in the Korean Prayer Meeting Incident

II, (310-312), (315)

Clark Field, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 347

Claudius, Commercial representative in German Foreign Office

III, (841)

Cleveland, U.S. ship

III, 148

Closed Door Policy

III, 16

Cobaltera, Chilean company handling ore for Japan

II, 121

Cochran, P., Maj., U.S. Army Air Forces

III, 568

Codes

 

Dutch

I, 39

Japanese (See also Japan, Codes)

II, 102

 

III, 121, 150, 164, 169, 173, 175, 227, 233, 281, 330, 338, 339, 344, 365, 377, 385, 415, 419, 465, 494, 575, 597, 618, 632, 645, 648

 

IV, 31, 70, 82, 91, 100, 142, 207, 219, 225, 230, 232-235, 245-247, 254, 259, 287, 293, 327, 333, 342, 345-346, 356, 359, 391, 446, 458, 468, 527, 539, 561, 577, 588, 607

 

V, Appendix

U.S. (See also U.S. Intelligence)

IV, 106

 

V, 16

Cohen, B. V., Adviser to U.S. Ambass. in London

I, (3)

Colombia

I, 30

 

II, 94

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III, 365

 

IV, 263, 323, 362

Colon, Panama

IV, 134

Colonial Company

III, 610

Colonna, Don Ascanio, Italian Ambassador to U.S.

III, 43

Colorado, U.S. battleship

IV, 121

Columbia University

IV, 221

Combined Fleet Ultrasecret Operation Orders 1 and 2 (ordering Jap fleet to attack Pearl Harbor)

IV, 16A

Comintern—see Russia and Anti-Comintern Pact

 

Committee to Defend America

I, (24)

 

III, 223

Communists (Communism)

I, 8, 11, 19, 29, 33, (17), (166), (174), (362)

 

II, 36, 61, 121, 136, 167, 183, 227, 246, (820)

 

III, 434, 437, 464, 469, 470, 490, 516, 521

 

IV, 399, 401, 403, 416, 495

See also China, Communist Party

 

Compayne, of the "MM" Steamship Line

III, (994)

Congregationalists

II, 42

Congress (U.S.)—see U.S. Government

 

Congress Party (in India)

II, 150, 183

Connelly, Maj., U.S. aviator serving in China

II, (820)

Conrow, W. S., Maj., of U.S. Air Corps, serving in Chungking

II, 96, (920)

Contemporary Japan

II, (553)

 

III, 444

Convoys (U.S.)

I, 12, 18, 26-7, 35, 61, (18)

 

II, 42, 98, 138, 141, 143

Cook, Mrs. W. T., involved in the Korean Prayer Meeting Incident

II, (311), (315)

Coolidge, C., Pres. U.S. 1923-1928

I, 8

Cooper Party, touring the Far East

IV, 50

Copper

III, 361

Copra

II, 270, 289

 

III, 617, 647

Corozal, Colombia

III, 142

 

IV, 127

Co-Prosperity Sphere—see New Order in Eastern Asia

 

Corregidor

II, 96

 

V, (54)

Correo Paulistano, newspaper in San Paulo, Brazil

III, 358

Corriere della Sera, Italian newspaper

II, (524)

Corsica

IV, (816)

Cosme, H., French Minister, Hankow

II, (828)

Costa Rica

 I. (31)

 

III, 239

 

IV, 126, 263

Cotton

II, 118, 238

 

III, 263, 333, 390, 410, 413, 416, 420, 479, 617, (512)

 

IV, 367, 390, 444, 474, 522

Coville, C.

IV, 191

Covington, Miss H., involved in the Korean Prayer Meeting Incident

II, (310), (315)

Cragette, U.S. Gen., Philippines

II, (883)

 

III, 146

Craigie, Sir R. L., British Ambassador to Tokyo

I, (220), (226), (382)

 

II, 48, 124, 129, 132

 

III, 103, 382, 413, 421

 

IV, 11, 42, 366, 378

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Crete

II, 42, 152

 

V, 14

Cripps, Sir Stafford, British Ambassador to Moscow

II, 128, 175, 183, 185

Cristobal, Panama

IV, 128, 133, 280

Croatia

I, (377)

 

II, 149, 153, 167, 258, (524)

 

III, 231, 498, 506, (949)

 

IV, 399, 403, 435

Crosby, Sir Josiah, British Minister to Bangkok

III, 675, (1301)

 

V, 16

Crothers, Mrs. J. Y., involved in the Korean Prayer Meeting Incident

II, (311), (315)

Crow, U.S. ship

IV, 121

Cryptanalysis—see U.S. Intelligence See also Codes

 

Cuba

I, (17), (22)

 

II, 95

 

IV, 234, 313, 349, 391

Cultural Institute, pro-Jap. organization in U.S.

III, 197, 198, 208

Currie, Lauchlin, U.S. special delegate to China

I, 39, (355)

 

II, (888), (958)

Curtiss Airplane

II, (921)

Customs Investigating Committee

III, 417

Curundu Heights, Panama

III, 142

Cyprus

II, 152

Czechoslavakia

II, 45, 180, 193

 

IV, 399 passim

Daet, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 158

Dai Nippon Airways

I, (416)

Daido Trading Company

I, (250)

 

III, (1151)

Daietuto, political party, Fr. In-Ch.

IV, 445

Dainelli, L, sec'y in Italian Embassy in Washington

IV, 208

Dairen, Manchuria

III, 162

Dakar, French W. Africa

I, 35, (33)

 

II, 53, 90, 147

 

III, 181, 464, (806)

 

IV, 334

Dalmatia

II, (524)

Dalton, Brit. Economic Warfare Administrator

III, 397

D'Alumeida, Dr. Borja

IV, (428)

Danube River

I, (296), (325)

 

II, 173

 

V, (61)

Dardanelles

III, 394, (759)

Darjeeling, India

II, 235

Darlan, J. F., Vice premier and Sec'y of State for Foreign Affairs

II, 4, 66, 153, 154, 198, 210, 220, 221, 223, 224, 233, 260

 

III, 432, 510, 515, 524, 533

 

IV, 454, 477, 493, (731)

Davao, Mindanano I., Philippines

II, (266)

 

III, 146, 148

 

IV, 301-302, 347

David, Panama

III, 142

David Lawrence Proposal

IV, (376)

Davis, Brit, pastor in N. China

II, 123

Deabrist, Russian ship

III, 139

Deat, Marcel, editor of L'Oeuvre

III, 521

De Camp, U.S. missionary in Korea

I, (212)

 

II, (310)

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DeCoux, J., Gov. Gen. in Fr. In-Ch.

II, 66

 

IV, 476, 486, 491

Deganov, Russian Amb. to Germany

II, 174

DeGaulle, C. and DeGaullists

II, 64, 71, 133, 154, 198, 209, (516), (795), (813), (819), (823), (872)

 

III, 149, 516, 521, 527

 

IV, 449, (796)

De La Garza, J., Minister of Mexican Communications

III, (607)

De LaSalle, official in Fr. In-Ch

IV, 449

DeSacy, S., reporter in Fr. In-Ch.

IV, 449

DeWitt, Lt. Gen., U.S. 4th Army

III, 137

Delcasse, Theophile, French Min. of Foreign Affairs, 1898-1905

II, 51

Delhi Maru, Jap. ship

III, 595

Delmarten, Miss J., involved in the Korean Prayer Meeting Incident

II, (311), (315)

Denden Company (Jap)

III, 709

Denmark

I, (29)

 

II, 45, 261, (612)

 

III, 120

 

IV, 399

Dentz, French (Vichy) General

IV, (731)

Department of State Bulletin

II, 14

Derii Maru, Jap. ship

II, (1186)

Diamonds

III, 357

Diario Ilustrado, Santiago, Chile

III, 362

Diaz,I, Jap. agent in Mexico

II, 110

The Dictator, Chaplin's motion picture banned in Chungking

II, 240

Dies Committee

II, 93, 102, 104

Dietl, E., German General

III, 448

Dill, Sir John G.

IV, 383

Dingalan, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 151

Diomede, U.S. ship

IV, 130

Direk, Chayanama (Nai), Foreign Minister of Thailand

II, (1182)

 

III, 670, 676, 682, 697, 714

 

IV, 567

DNB, German news agency

III, (888), (1015)

Dnepropetrovsk, Russia

III, 440, 447, 452

Dnieper River, Russia

II, (743), (750)

Do Ho Railroad, China

III, 385

Dobu, Papua, New Guinea

II, (1088)

Dodecanese Islands

I, (307)

Doi, Tomoyoshi, Jap. communications official

IV, (524)

Domei, Japanese news agency

I, (52), (53), (113), (151-155), (191), (302)

 

II, 17, 247, (486), (651), (654), (1046)

 

III, 35, 203, 209, 303, 340, 358, 362, 362, 379, 447, 473, 527, 536, 649, 669, 675, 687, 714, (523)

 

IV, 26, 32, 78, 121, 169, 178, 224, 253, 270, 556, (571)

Donbas, Russian tanker

III, 133, (294)

Don Estaban, U.S. ship

IV, 165

Donovan, W. J., U.S. Army officer

I, (34)

Dooman, E.H., Counselor in U.S. Embassy in Tokyo

III, 18, 28, 29, 52, 69, 73, 82, 107, 112, 113, 131

 

IV, 36, 45

Drava River

V, (61)

Duff-Cooper, Sir Alfred

II, 135

 

III, 429

 

IV, 368, 523, 549, 570

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Durban, Africa

II, 126

 

III, 157

Dutch East Indies—see Netherlands East Indies

 

Dutch East Indies Development Co.

IV, 534

Dutch Guiana

IV, 88, 358

Dutch Harbor, Alaska

III, (298)

Dutch Information Bureau

III, 649

Eagle 57, U.S. ship

IV, 121

East Asia Bureau (Japanese)

III, 271, 376

 

IV, 533

East Asia Development Co. (Jap)

II, (967)

 

III, 581, 584, 587

 

IV, 428, 508

East Asia Economic Intelligence Series, Jap. publications

II, (553)

 

III, 444

East Asia Reconstruction Bureau, Japanese

III, 572, 581, 587, 638

 

IV, 101

East India Daily News, Jap. subsidized, published in Batavia

II, 272

 

III, 619

 

IV, (1020)

East India Political Federation

IV, 523

Ebizuka, Jap. agent in S. America

III, 339

Economic Conference in London

IV, 62, 72

Ecuador

II, 121

Eden, A., Brit. Foreign Minister

I, (384-388)

 

II, 127, 130, 154, 183, (513)

 

III, 5, 103, 381, (737)

Egypt

I, 19, (307), (339), (375)

 

II, 123, 146, 183, (601), (701)

 

III, 471, 492, (949)

 

IV, 401

Eiyo Maru, Jap. ship

III, 610

El Gailani—see Rashid Ali el Gailani

 

El Chileno, Chilean newspaper

II, 362

El Imparcial, Chilean newspaper

III, (691)

Elisalde, Philippine official in U.S.

II, 251

Ellice Islands

IV, 73

Emir Abdul Illah

II, 155, (578)

England—see Britain

 

Enseki, employed in Jap. Embassy in Washington

IV, (385)

Espionage—see U.S. and Jap Intelligence

 

Espionage Act of 15 July, 1917

II, 74

Esso, U.S. ship

IV, 406, 574

Ethiopia

IV, 4

Excelsior, Mexican newspaper

III, 320, 327, (590)

Exchange Bureau

III, 188, 280, 666

Export-Import Bank, Washington

I, 1

Export Licensing Law

II, 293

Fabriga, Octavio, Panamanian Foreign Minister

IV, 262, 266, 269

F.B.I.

II, 102, (112)

 

III, 169, 177, 184, 340

 

IV, 197, 201, 220

Facts on File, yearbook for 1941

III, 28, 240, 537

Far Eastern Association (Jap.)

III, 503

Far Eastern Council

II, 246

Far Eastern Newspaper Conference, August 4, 1941

II, 267

Far Eastern Construction Bureau

II, 266, (488), (489), (954)

Far Eastern Trade (Jap. publication)

III, 197

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Fascists

I, (375)

 

II, (518)

 

III, 350, 498

Fauquenot, Pierre, former editor of L'Alerte, pub. in Saigon

III, 538

Federation of Japanese Association

II, (422)

Feng, sec'y to Minister Li, Nanking

III, 591

 

IV, 498

Feng Yu-siang, Member of the Chinese Central Executive Yuan

III, (1051)

Ferrari, A., Panamanian Minister in Tokyo

IV, 271

Fifth Column

I, (162)

 

II, (675)

 

III, 381

 

IV, 555, 582

Fiji Islands, U.S. base

IV, 105

Fillmore, M., former U.S. President

IV, 112

Finland

I, 61, (325)

 

II, 183, 191, 261, (671), (677), (722), (752), (1006)

 

III, 418, 437, 485

 

IV, (6), 396, 399

 

V, 12

Fireside Chat

II, 99

Fischer, M., German Consul General in Shanghai, later in Nanking

II, (586), (588), (1025)

 

III, 591, 593

 

IV, 499

Fitzsimmons, U.S. ship

III 133, 219

Fluospar

III, (561)

Focke-Wulf Co.

I, (245)

 

V, 10

Fooches, China

II, (505)

 

III, 162

Foote, W.A., U.S. Consul in Batavia

I, (227)

Forbes, U.S. Amb. to Japan in 1932

IV, 85

Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

III, 150

 

IV, 136, 148

Ford Motor Co.

II, 107

Foreign Fund Control Board

III, 188

Foreign Observer, Jap. publication

III, 197

Foreign Office Press Bureau

IV, 399

Formosa—see Taiwan

 

Forrestal, J. W. U.S. Undersec'y Navy

II, (272)

Fort Bayard, S. China Coast

II, (789)

Fort Clayton, Panama

IV, 128

Fort Huachuca, Arizona

III, 137

Fort Kobbe, Panama

IV, 128

Fort Stotsenberg, Philippines

IV, 152, 155, 160

Forward Bloc, of India's Congress Party

II, (565)

Four Chang Movement (see Chang-chung, Chang Chun-li, Chang Lei-luan, Chang Po-ling)

III, 559

Fourteen Articles (Pres. Wilson)

III, 16

Fox, U.S. ship

IV, 121

France

I, 41, (253), (307)

 

II, 4, 45, 64, 197, 199

 

IV, 7, 107

France Field, Panama

III, 142

Franco, F., Spanish dictator

II, 101, 183

 

III, 464

Frankfurter Zeitung, newspaper

IV, 399

Free French—see DeGaulle

 

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Freezing Measures, Trade Embargoes (See also under Japan)

I, 1, 8, 11, 12, 15, 18, 22, 38

 

II, 28, 41, 64, 65, 67, 68, 71, 73, 74, 76-78, 82, 89, 90, 96, 103, 268, 293, 297

 

III, 5, 12, 24, 28, 38, 42, 48, 52, 95, 97, 130, 158-459 passim, 539, 580-681 passim

 

IV, 5, 36, 37, 68, 69, 71, 74, 77, 79, 80, 85, 113, 187, 193, 217, 297, 358, 365, 372, 379, 385-386, 444, 494, 505, 522, (399), (629)

French Indo-China

I, 1-8, 43, (18), (220), (246), (302)

 

II, 30, 38, 41, 53-96 passim, 160, 189, 215, 233 passim

 

III, 1-130 passim, 252-262, 495, 510-545 passim, (904)

 

IV, 8-113 passim, 240, 411, 438-493, 509, 530

 

V, 6, 16, (6)

Friends of China (U.S. society)

III, 85

Fromm, Fritz, German General

V, (29)

Fu Tsuo-i, Cmdr. Chinese 37th division

III, 585

Fuji Maru, Jap. ship

IV, 305, 525, 531, 534-537

Fujii, H., Jap. agent and sec'y, Spain

II, 248, 263

Fujii, I., Jap. agent in Honolulu

IV, 144

Fujii, K., 1st Sec'y, Jap Legation in Mexico

II, 111

Fujishima, Jap official in Shanghai

IV, 514

Fujishima, Jap clerk

IV, 564

Fujita, official in Jap Embassy in Washington, D.C.

IV, (385)

Fujiwara, Maj. Jap agent in Hanoi

III, 705

Fujiyama, Jap Foreign Service Attache in the Washington Embassy

IV, 60, (385)

Fukai, Eigo, at Economic Conference in London

IV, 72

Fukuda, acting as courier in U.S.

I, (161)

Fukuda, employed in Jap Consulate at Manila

IV, (385)

Fukuda, Maj., Jap army surgeon

III, 653

Fukuda, Jap. official in Berlin

II, (479)

Fukuda, Yoichi, of the Yokohama Specie Bank branch in Bangkok

II, 320, (1169), (1176)

 

IV, 557, 586, 601

Fukui, Consul at Macao, China

III, 549, (1037)

Fukumoto, director of N.Y. branch of Nichi Nichi

I, 32

Fukushima, Jap. Consul

I, (120)

Fukushima, interpreter in Jap Legation in Mexico City

II, (391)

 

III, 217, 331

Fukuyama, G. Ass't Prof, at the University of Hokkaido

III, 220

Funagawa, officer on the Buenos Aires Maru

II, (331)

Funk, W., German Min. of Economics

I, (270)

 

II, (585)

Furono, Manager of Domei in Tokyo

IV, (462)

Furuchi, Jap. secretary

I, (402)

Furumi, clerk in Jap Embassy, Moscow

II, (767)

Furumoto, managing director of Domei in Tokyo

IV, 253

Fushimi, H., Prince, Chief Jap. Naval Gen'l Staff until April, 1941

I, 16

Fushimi Maru, Jap ship

III, 387

 

IV, 398

Fushun, Manchuria

III, 162

 

V, (14)

Fuso Maru, Jap. ship

III, 402, 412, 413, 416

 

IV, 370

Futami, Yasusato, Japanese Minister to Thailand

I, (204), (396)

 

II, 302, 304, 306-309, 311, 313-315, 317-323

[95]

 

 

III, 664-671, 673, 675, 676, 678, 679, 681, 682, 686

 

IV, 567, 601, 612

Fuyo-No. 1, Jap. ship

III, 279

Gadar, political party in India,

IV, 431

Galapagos Islands

III, (319), 371

 

IV, 134

Galicia (Poland)

II, (636)

 

IV, 401

Gallup Poll

II, 91

 

III, 58

Gandhi, leader of the Indian Nationalist Party

II, (565)

Gargenlieu, C.I., Capt., a DeGaullist active in the Pacific

III, 149

Gauss, U. S. Ambassador to Chungking

II, 241, 243, 247

 

IV, 411, (779)

Gautier, G., a DeGaullist, serving in French Indo-China

IV, 449

Gaxiola, F., Mexican Minister of Economics

II, 117, 118

Gayda, V., Italian Fascist spokesman

I, 1

 

II, (706)

 

III, 504

 

IV, 429

Gei Jutsu Cinema Co. (Jap)

III, (1261)

General Motors Corporation

II, 107

General Petroleum Company

III, 135

George, Major, member of an American military mission to China

III, (1064)

George, Lloyd, former Brit, premier

II, 125

 

IV, 4

Georgetown, British Guiana

III, 238

Gerindo Party (Java, anti-Jap)

III, 603

Germany

I, passim

(See also Tripartite Pact)

II, 1-79 passim, 198, 219, 254, 255, 257, 265, (274)

 

III, 5-132 passim, (675), (1047)

 

IV, 4-113 passim, 195, 266, 308, 341, 362, 376, 393-413, 499, 511, 519

 

V, 7, 13

Germany and Japan—see Japan

 

Germany and Russia—see Russia

 

Gibraltar

I, 35, 42, (326)

 

II, 147

 

III, 464

 

IV, 401, 410

Gilbert Islands

IV, 73

Gilmore, U.S. ship

IV, 121

Ginyo Maru, Jap. ship

I, (182)

 

II, 115

Giornale d'Italia, Italian newspaper

II, (615), (706)

 

IV, 429

Gisho (Ichang), China

II, (498)

Globe Press Service

IV, 223

Glycerin

III, 410, 413, 416, 417, 420, 421

 

IV, 367

Goebbels, J., German Minister of Propaganda and Enlightenment

II, 45

Goering, H., German Air Marshal

I, (270), (328)

 

II, 45, 135

 

III, (825)

 

IV, 401, 410

 

V, 12

[96]

 

Goez, P., Army Chief of Staff, Brazil

IV, 352

Gold

IV, 557-612

Gold Star, U.S. ship

III, 148

Good Neighbor Policy

I, 1, 11

 

II, 30, 53, 68, 115

 

III, 14, 130, 369

 

IV, 261, (634)

Goto, Major, Chief of Jap. Secret Service in Shanghai

III, 698

 

IV, 505

Goto, Saburo—see Osone, Y.

 

Grady, H. F., U.S. economic expert in Hong Kong

III, 566

Grand Mufti of Palestine (Husseini)

IV, 433

Gray, C. W., Ass't to Sec'y Hull

II, 50

Graziani, R., Commander of Italian Army in N. Africa

I, (243)

Greece

I, 42, 49, 61, (326), (339)

 

IV, 403

Greenland

I, 19, (34)

 

II, 173

 

IV, 401

Greer, U.S. Destroyer

III, 57, 58, 62, 67, 92, 200, 458, (415)

Grew, J., U.S. Amb. to Japan

I, 4, 44

 

II, 4, 5, 8, 11, 41, 43, 54, 57, 75-78, 83, 141

 

III, 6-131 passim, 172, 185

 

IV, 10-112 passim, 188

Grozny, Russia

III, 452

Guam

I, 1, (10)

 

IV, 76, 92, 106, 116, 347

 

V, 6

Guantanamo, Cuba

II, 95

Guardia, R., provisional President of Panama

IV, (477), (494), (496)

Guariglia, Italian Amb. to Turkey

II, (699)

Guatemala

II, 94, (229)

Guayaquil, Peru

II, 121

Gulf Dulce, Costa Rica

IV, 126

Gulf of Fonseca, Honduras

IV, 126, 134

Gurgan, Iran

V, (52)

Guthrie

IV, (1076)

Hachiya, Jap. Vice-consul, Bangkok

IV, 545

Hague Tribunal

IV, 85

Haifa, Palestine

II, 152

Hailar, Manchuria

I, (336)

 

II, 183

Hainan Island

I, (1), (47)

 

II, 30, 215

 

IV, 29, 38, (26), (39), (197), 487

Hakko Itiu (Brotherhood of Mankind)

I, (46)

 

III, (14)

Hakodate, Hokkaido I., Japan

II, 252

Hokone Maru, Jap. ship

III, 278, 389

 

IV, 300, 302

Haider, F., German General

II, 177

 

V, (29)

Haleakala Road, Maui I., Hawaii

IV, 144

Halifax, British Ambassador to U.S.

II, 90, (881)

 

III, 103

 

IV, 1, 9, 47

Hall-Patch, Col. E. L., British Finance Counselor

III, 429, 566

Hamamatsu Musical Instrument Co.

III, 480

[97]

 

Hamanaka, K., Cmdr., Jap Mil. Attache

III, 319

Hamburg, Germany

II, (772)

Hami, China

II, (966)

Hamilton, Maxwell M., Chief of Division of Far Eastern Affairs, State Dept.

II, 10-74 passim

 

III, 3, 62, 63, 69, 114, 115

 

IV, 23, 191

Hana Maru, Jap. ship

III, 349

Hanada, Jap. Commercial Attache

II, (691)

Hanai, employed in Jap Embassy, Russia

II, (767)

Hanalei, Hawaii

IV, 139

Hanaoka, Jap clerk

IV, 404

Hanaoka, Jap. technician

V, 20

Hanawa, Jap. Councilor in Tokyo

III, (1245)

 

IV, (855)

Hanawa, Jap. official in Manchuria

II, (692)

 

IV, (1033)

Handels Bank, N.E.I.

III, 610, 611, 618

 

IV, (1080)

Hango, Finnish-Russian territory

III, 485

Hankey, Sir Robert

II, 234

Hankow, China

II, 211-214, 237, 239

John R. R. Hanna, U.S. ship

II, (226)

Hanoi, French Indo-China

II, 66

 

IV, 502

Hanoi Maru, Jap. ship

III, 488

Hara, Jap. Consul in Sao Paulo, Brazil

II, (458)

 

III, 342

Hara, Jap. Vice-Consul, Panama

III, 239

Hara, Jap. Major General

V, (18)

Harada, Jap. courier in U.S., Mexico

III, 300

 

IV, 174, 179, 458, 542

Harada, Jap. official in Peking

III, (1048), (1067)

Harada Corps, Kaifeng, N. China

III, 162

Harada, Ken, Jap Counselor at Vichy

I, (149)

 

II, (569), (808), (859)

 

III, 514, 517, 523, 543

 

IV, 467, 469, 473, 478, (911)

Haraguchi, Jap. official in Fr. In-Ch.

IV, 456

Harbin, Manchuria

II, 183

 

IV, 29, 30, 241, 420

 

V, 14

Harbin Conference

III, 484

Harmony Societies, pro-Jap, in N.E.I.

III, 614

Harriman, W. A., U.S. representative in Russia

IV, 7

Hart, T. C., Admiral, Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Asiatic Fleet, 1959-42

II, 70

 

III, 147

 

IV, 7

Hase, Jap. Diet member,

III, 193

Hasegawa, Domei correspondent, London,

III, 379

Hashimoto, Jap. Communications Engineer in Bangkok

IV, 551, 564, (1113)

Hashizume, Jap. student clerk in U.S.

II, 109

Hashizuma, interpreter in Japanese Consulate in San Francisco

III, 205

 

IV, (385)

Hata, Jap. General in Manchuria

II, (963)

Hatakeyama, Jap. Lt. Cmdr

IV, 305

Hatanaka, Jap. representative in Batavia

II, 283

Hauptmann, Axis intelligence agent

III, (922)

Havana, Cuba

I, 65

 

IV, 233, 284, 349

Hawaii

I, 6, 30

[98]

 

 

II, 97

 

III, 6, 26, 30, 31, 33, 35, 102, 136, 148-150

 

IV, 16A, 60, 86, 89, 116, 136-149, 226, 289-294, 310, (606)

Hawaii Maru, Jap ship

IV, 525

Hayakawa, Jap Army Surgeon in Brazil

III, 220

 

IV, 351

Hayasaki, Jap. Consul in N.E.I.

III, 635

 

IV, 538

Hayashi, Jap. official in Peking

III. 577, 585

 

IV, 506

Hayashi, Lt. Col., of the Japanese Sumida organization in Fr. In-Ch

III, 537, 544

Hayashi, Col., in Berlin

III, 465

Hayashida, employed in N.Y. Consulate

IV, 242, (385)

Heian Maru, Jap. ship

II, 103

 

III, 217, 221

Heiyo Maru, Jap. ship

II, 117, 118

 

III, 285, 299, 306, 336, 339

 

V, 17

Helsinki, Finland

II, 191 (1003)

 

III, 418

 

IV, 396

 

V, 13, 14

Hemp

III, 253, 255, 277, 617

Henchman, A. S., Manager of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Bank

II, 251

Henderson, U.S. ship

II, 96

 

III, 148

Henri, Arsene, French Amb. in Tokyo

II, 197, (169), (809), (813), (819)

 

III, 535, 540, (964), (969)

 

IV, 438, 451, 475

Henschel Corporation

V, (32)

Herald, newspaper in Singapore

III, 384

Herari, Min. Foreign Affairs, Panama

IV, 268

Heron, U.S. ship

IV, 150, 156, 160

Hess, Rudolph

II, 4, 10, 45, 134-136, 164, 191

 

III, 266

Hibari Maru, Jap. ship

IV, 472

Hickam Field, Hawaii

IV, 148

Hidaka, Shinrokuro, Jap. Commercial Attache in Shanghai, later appointed Minister to Nanking

I, (289)

 

II, 265

 

III, 579, 582, 596, (1047), (1071)

 

IV, 399, 507, (1018)

Hidalgo, E., oil administrator, Mexico

III, (613)

Hie Maru, Jap. ship

III, 695

Higashi-Kuni, Jap. prince

III, 120

Hikawa Maru, Jap. ship

II, (455)

 

III, 221, 229, 232

 

IV, 170, 174, 176, 196, 310, 313

Hikida, Jap. agitator (negroes)

II, (356)

 

IV, 250

Hill, H. J., involved in Korean Prayer Meeting Incident

II, (311), (315)

Hilo, Hawaii

IV, 139

Hiraide, H., Capt., Director of Jap Naval Intelligence

IV, 5

Hiraga, Tadao, Jap. communist

IV, (858)

Hiramitsu, Jap. official in U.S.

IV, 253

Hiranuma, Baron Kiichiro, Japanese Vice premier

III, 13, 22

Hirazawa, Jap. representative in N.Y.

IV, 389, (385)

Hirohito, Emperor of Japan

II, 10, 47, 55, 322, (41)

 

IV, 7, 112

[99]

 

Hitler, Adolph, German Chancellor

I, 8, 17, 22, 25, 29, 47, 49, 53, 61, (22), (51), (220), (270), (311), (366), (375), (376)

 

II, 4, 5, 7, 15, 22, 31, 37, 41, 45, 59, 64, 68, 69, 71, 92, 135-191 passim, 286, (512), (656), (981)

 

III, 2, 11, 14, 62, 125, 132, 432, 436, 458, 469, 489, 496, 500, 507, 593, (469), (825)

 

IV, 4, 5, 49, 65, 68, 69, 71, 90, 98, 107, 262, 407-411, 425, (397), (730)

 

V, 1

Hitler Intends to Destroy Japan, pamphlet by A. Pettenkofer

III, 223

Hirota, member of the Yoshizawa party sent to French Indo-China

IV, (974)

Hiye Maru, Jap. ship

III, 406

Ho Ying-chin, member of the Chinese Central Executive Yuan

I, (203)

 

III, (1042)

Hochi, Tokyo newspaper

III, (888)

Hakane Maru, Jap. ship

III, (733)

Holland—see Netherlands

 

Holland, U.S. submarine tender

IV, 162, 164

Hollywood, California

III, 184, 192, 210

Homma—see Honma

 

Honda, K., Jap. Amb. to Nanking

II, 264, 266, (37), (964)

 

III, 68, 573

 

IV, 498-503

Hondagua, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 158

Honduras

III, 283

Hong Kong

I, 16, 65, (17), (38), (41), (202) (382)

 

II, 131, 235, 237, 243, 247, 263

 

III, 56

 

IV, 65, 100, 116, 232, 298, 390, 494, 497

Hongo, Col., in N. China

III, 585

Honjo, employed in Washington Embassy

IV (385)

Honma, Jap. Vice-Consul, Rangoon

IV, 378, 561

Honokura, member Jap. diplomatic staff in Rome

III, 498

Honolulu

I, 4, 16, 30, 37, (46)

 

II, 97, 100, (926)

 

III, 6, 16, 19

 

IV, 136, 141, 143, 147-149, 226, 290

Hoogstraten, Chief of Commerce, N.E.I.

I, 66, (407-410)

 

II, 268-295 passim, (1041), (1063), (1112)

 

III, 599-662 passim

 

IV, 520-523

Hooper, Rev. J., Presbyterian

II, 102 (310)

 

III, (365)

Hoover, H., U.S. President 1928-32

I, 8

 

III, 123

Hopkins, H., adviser to Roosevelt

I, 26

 

II, 89, 90, 108, (361)

 

III, (15)

Hori, official in Jap Embassy in Washington

I, (78), (79)

 

III, 583

 

IV, 242

Horikiri, Zenbei, Jap. Ambassador to Italy

I, 61, (283)

 

II, 103, 135, 152, 153, 155, 161, 166, 167, 172, 174, 258, 285

 

III, 495-501, 503-508, 684

[100]

 

 

IV, 423-432, 434-437, 504, 509

Horinouchi, Kensuke, Jap. Ambassador to U.S. preceding Nomura

I, (1)

Horiuchi, official in Jap Embassy in Washington

I, (78), (79)

 

IV, 31, 242, (385)

Horiuchi, Jap. official in Shanghai

III, 397, 399, 416, 417, 420, 421, 425, 512

Hornbeck, S. K., of the Far Eastern Division, U.S. State Dept.

III, 75, (47)

 

IV, 191

Hoshida, H., official in Jap Embassy in Washington

III, 165, (467)

 

IV, (385)

Hoshino, N., Jap. Cabinet member

I, 16

Hosoi, J., professor, Catholic University (Tokyo?)

IV, 504

Houston, Texas

II, 113

Houston, U.S. Cruiser

II, 147, 148

 

IV, 150, 156, 160, 164

How War Came, by F. Davis & E. Lindley

I, 55

 

III, 432

Howard, Roy, U.S. publisher

I, 9, 26, 51, (280), (301

Howard Field, Panama _.

IV, 128

Hoy, newspaper publ. in Mexico City

II, (385)

 

IV, 315

Hozuituk, member of the Cooper Party touring the Far East

IV, 50

Hsinan, China

III, 162

Hsinking, Manchuria,

IV, 169, 177, 204, 210, 227, 392, 394, 397, 399, 516

 

V, 14, 17

Hsu Chung-chih, Inspector, Chinese Nationalist Party

II, (695)

Hsu Hsiang-chien, commander of the 2nd Chinese Communist Army

II, (938)

Hu Shih, Chinese Amb. to U.S.

I, (200)

 

III, 130, 558

Hu Tsung-man, Chinese Army Commander

III, 562

Huang Ghi-hsiang, former commander of the Kwantung Army

II, (953)

Huang Hsu-chu, cmdr. Chinese 5th Army

II, (953)

Huang Yen-pei, Chinese educator

III, 552

Hull, C, U.S. Secretary of State

I, 1-29 passim

 

II, 1-41, 141

 

III, 1-132 passim

 

IV, 1-116 passim, 191, 221, 437

 

V, 1-3, 5

Hunan Province, China

II, 123, (953)

Hungary

I, (236), (296), (373)

 

II, 180, 183, 191

 

III, 437, 474, 498

 

IV, 401

 

V, 13, 17

Hunters Point

III, 139

Huntziger, C, French (Vichy) General

II, 154

 

III, 392

 

IV, (731), (796)

Husseini, Al, Arabic Grand Mufti

IV, 412

Hwang Chang-chi

III, 614

Hwanghsien, China

III, 162

Hyasaki, Shinichi, Jap. Consul in Medan, Sumatra

IV, 529

Iba Airbase, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 151, 155, 347

Iceland

II, 53, 71, 133

 

III, 57, 120, (806)

 

IV, 401

Ichihashi, Jap. official, London

II, 323

Ichikawa, Jap. Minister in Iran

II, 192

 

III, 403, 419

[101]

 

Ickes, H., U.S. Sec'y of Interior

II, (98)

Ida (or Ide?), Jap. official in Manchuria

II, (692)

 

IV, (862)

Igarka, Russian ship

III, 139

I. G. (Farben), German Corporation

III, 480, (855)

 

V, 10, (14), (21)

Iglesias, U.P. Correspondent, Chile

III, (693)

 

IV, (644)

Iguchi, involved in repatriation of U.S. missionaries in Korea

III, 365

Iguchi, Sadao, Counselor in Japanese Embassy in Washington

I, 2, (32), (77), (185)

 

II, 52, 94, 102, 103, (74), (77), (130), (309), (314), (1097)

 

III, 9, 64, 97, 98, 116, 163

 

IV, 1, 58, 188, 242, 247, 254, (385)

Iida, S., Lt. Gen., Vice-Consul, Hanoi

II, 215

 

III, 544

 

IV, 456, (1139)

Ikeda, J., Col., Jap. Army

II, (963)

"Iko's", negro soldiers, Philippines

IV, 152, 157

Illah, Emir Abdul, —see Emir Abdul Illah

 

L'Illustration, French magazine

IV, 450, 460

Ilocos Province, Philippines

IV, 158

Imagawa, of the Yokohama Specie Bank in Batavia, N.E.

II, 295, (1122)

 

III, 598-600, 602, 604, 605, 610, 611, 640, 652, (1113)

 

IV, 532, (1044), (1050)

Imai, sec'y in the Japanese Consulate in San Francisco

III, 205, 441

 

IV, (385)

Imperia, ship name

III, 374

Imperial Petroleum, Jap. Co.

III, 609

Inagaki, of American Bureau of the Jap. Foreign Office

III, 69

Inagaki, K, Jap. Consul, San Francisco

II, (80), (219), (352)

 

III, 205

 

IV, (385)

Inagawa, official in Jap Embassy in Washington

IV, 60 (385)

Indelli, M., Italian Amb. to Japan

II, (594)

 

III, (941)

 

IV, 437, (873)

Independent Bank in Moscow

II, (661)

India

I, 1, 65

 

II, 23, 150, 156, 183, 227

 

IV, 431

 

V, 6, (6)

Industrial Commercial Bureau, China

II, 235

Infanta, Luzon I., Philippines

IV, 151

Infantry Journal, U.S. publication

III, 224

Ingersoll, Rear Adm. Royal E., U.S. Ass't Chief of Naval Operations

II, 62

Inland Sea, Japan

II, 252

Inner Mongolia

III, 31, 44, 59, 112

 

IV, 29, 38

Ino, Jap Minister of Agriculture and Forestry

III, 660

Inoma, Japanese courier

IV, 314

Inonu, I., President of Turkey

IV, 405, 408

Inoue, Jap. Ambassador to Hungary

IV, 401

Inoye, Jap. Consul in New York City

IV, 242, (385)

Intelligence—see U.S. Intelligence and Japan Intelligence

 

International Cultural Advancement Society (in Rome)

II, (552)

International League of Propaganda Organs (Allied counter propaganda)

II, (926)

International News Service (I.N.S.)

IV, (418)

International Relief Association

III, (372)

International Students Association

III, 503

[102]

 

Interventionists

I, 1

Ioka, member of Sumitomo Corp.

II, (1065)

Iran

II, 181, 185, 192 (653), (698)

 

III, 55, 155, 157, 381, 392-394, 403, 406, 411, 419, 422, 423

 

IV, 168, 401

 

V, 15, 52

Iraq

I, (22), (307), (375), (377), (380)

 

II, 47, 155, 183 (601), (612), (701), (768), (792)

 

III, 406, 411, 422, 423

 

IV, (6), 382, 394, 401

 

V, 14

Ireland

I, (34)

 

III, 58, (759)

 

IV, 401

Iriki, official in Jap Embassy in Washington

IV, (385)

Iron

II, 191, 208, 289, 321

 

III, 254, 255, 353, 506, 647, 660, (385)

 

IV, 369

 

V, 27

Isabel, U.S. ship

IV, 150, 156, 160, 164, (229)

Isfahan, Iran

V, (52)

Ishii, member of Domei Information Board

I, (302)

 

II, (129), (337)

Ishii, Lt. Col.

II, 288

Ishii, Viscount, at London Economic Conference

IV, 72

Ishii, Itaro, Jap. Ambass. to Brazil

I, (128), (224), (340)

 

II, 120, 121

 

III, (153), 336, 339, 343, 356, 359, 576

 

IV, 135, 338, 343, 350-359, 362

Ishii, Taro-see Maj. Kubo

 

Ishibashi, H., representative of Nichi-Nichi in French Indo-China

IV, 585

Ishida, employed in Jap Consulate in Chicago

IV, (385)

Ishida, employed in Jap Consulate in Manila

IV, (385)

Ishikawa, Captain, Jap. Navy

III, 184

Ishikawa, Maj., Jap. Ass't Military Attache in U.S.

III, 196

Ishizawa, Yutaka, Jap. Consul-General in Batavia

I, 66, (407)

 

II, 272, 274, 275, 279-287, 294-299

 

III, 597-663 passim

 

IV, 520-539

Isoda, S., Jap. Military Attache in Washington

III, 200

 

IV, 108

Isolationists

I, 1, (18), (375)

 

II, (736)

 

III, 81, (11)

 

IV, 368, 432

Isono, Jap Consul-General in Rangoon, Burma

IV, 561

Istanbul, Turkey

II, (203)

 

V, 13

Italo Radio, Italian Radio Co.

I, 30

Italy (see also Tripartite Pact)

I, 1, 9, 25, 26, 35, 42, (2), (31), (32)

 

II, 1, 4, 7, 15, 45, 94, 99, 138, 139, 1191, (704)

 

III, 495, 498, 500, 501, 503-508

 

IV, 7, 113, 266, 341, 519

 

V, 11, (52)

Ito, Jap. Lt. Col.

III, 334, (1312)

[103]

 

Ito, official of Jap Home Ministry

III, 193

Ito, Jap. Consul in Mexico

II, 113, (404), (410)

Ito, Keisuke, member of Jap Far Eastern Economic Research Bureau

II, 283, 323

Ito, Kenzo, Jap Consul in New Orleans

I, (265)

 

IV, 229

Ito, Nobubumi, Chief of Information Bureau in Tokyo

I, 141

 

III, 473

Ito, Col., Mil. Attache in Fr. In-Ch.

IV, 491

Ito, Taro, Jap Sec'y in Hanoi

IV, 456

Ito Chu Co. (Itochu Sheji Kaisha)

IV, 311

Itsukushima Maru, Jap. ship

III, 132

 

IV, 187, 189

Iwai, Jap Vice-Consul in Thailand

IV, 563

Iwai, Jap official in Hong Kong

II, 930

Iwai Shoten (Jap. Company)

II, 277

 

III, (1151)

Iwakuro, Hideo, Col., adviser to Nomura and aide to the Jap.

 

Military Attache in Washington

I, 8, 19, (3), (138)

 

II, 6-91 passim

 

III, 8, 31

 

V, 1-3, 6

Iwamatsu, of the Jap. 1st Army

IV, 506

Iwanaga, Hiraku, Jap. Consul

IV, (Russian Embassy in Tokyo

 

III, (921)

Iwasa, Col., in U.S. with Nomura

III, 127

Iwasaki, T., Jap agent with Silver Shirts

II, 104

Iwatate, Jap. sec'y in Singapore

II, 248

Izawa, M., Jap. Consul in Panama

II, 94, (226), (227), (229), (234-236), (242)

 

III, 239

 

IV. 263, 276, 286, (612)

Izvestia, Russian newspaper

III, 493

Izumi, Jap official in Sofia, Bulgaria

II, 171

Jakobsen

V, (44)

Jaluit I., Marshall Is.

II, 109

 

IV, 48, 67, 76

Jannelli, P., Italian Commercial Attache in Tokyo

II, (765)

Japan

 

Army

I, 8, 29, (15)

 

II, 10, 12, 27, 37, 49, 52, 102, 232

Axis relations—see Tripartite Pact, Germany, Italy. Chinese relations—see China.

 

Codes (see also Codes, Jap.)

I, 31, 36, 45, 46, 65, 67

 

II, 109, 122, 186, 191, 237, 279

German relations

I, 1-(41) passim

 

II, 87

 

III, 432-481

 

IV, 15, 17, 41, 62, 65, 68, 69, 71, 72, 90, 113, 393-413

 

V, 9, 10, 12, 14

Government

I, 1, 3, 6, 7, 11, 16, 62, (4)

 

II, 1, 10, 12, 35-61, 88, 218, 280, (103)

 

III, 24, 31, 37, 38, 53, 64, 72, 73, 457

 

IV, 10, 172, 177, 399, (1147)

International Cultural Advancement Society

II, 146

Intelligence and espionage

I, 30-68 passim

 

II, 31, 35, 93-97, 113, 114, 235, 236, 239, 275, (411-413)

 

III, 9, 85, 99, 133-157, 160, 226, 236, 242, 329, 337-340

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IV, 121-169, 239, 602

 

V, 6, 14, 15

Press (see also Domei, Asahi, Hochi, and Nichi-Nichi)

I, 2, 19, 28, 37, 38, 49, (1)

Public opinion concerning war

I, 1, 8, 11, 16, 40

 

II, 4, 5, 15, 17, 27, 41, 43, 49, 64, 76, 77, 84, 280

U.S. relations, negotiations and proposals

I, 1-29

 

II, 1-92

 

III, 1-132

 

IV, 1-120

 

V, 1-5

Japan Broadcasting System

I, (415)

Japan-Eastern Mining Co.

IV, 181

Japan Electric Co

II, 45, (113)

Japan Musical Instrument Co.

V, (16), (21)

Japan Newsweek, Jap. publication

III, (888)

Japanese-American negotiations—see Japan, U.S. relations.

 

Japanese Association

IV, 220

Japanese Aviation Co.

II, (806)

Japanese Continental Trading Co.

IV, 406

Japanese East Asia Bureau

II, 197

Japanese Fuel Bureau

II, 283

 

III, 289, 601, 609, 626

Japanese-Russian Neutrality Pact

 

See also Russia and Japan

V, 2, 7, 17

Japanese Times and Advertiser

IV, 17, 26, 32

Japanese Trade Bureau

III, 607

Japan Trade Monthly

III, 444

Japanese South Seas General Merchandise Guild

II, 276

Japanese Steel Production Control Association

IV, 404

Java Bank

III, 510

Java-Bo, Javanese newspaper

III, 663

Jeschonek, H., German General

V, (29)

Jesst, A., German agent in Mexico

III, (583)

Jews

I, 42, 43, (175), (311)

 

II, 104, 183, (219), (353), (689)

 

III, 67, 443

 

IV, 516

John's Dispensary, Jap espionage center in Bangkok

III, (1314)

 

IV, 563

Johnson, N.T., U.S. Amb. to China

I, (208)

Johol Rubber Plantation, Singapore

IV, 381

Johore, Malaya

III, 378

Johore Maru, Jap. ship

II, (1119)

 

III, 618

Jolo, Philippines

III, 148

Jones, British editorial writer for the Singapore Herald

III, 384

Jones, Jesse, U.S. Sec'y Commerce

II, 106

Jones, R. M., U.S. transport expert sent to the Burma Road

IV, 137

Jose Panganiban, Luzon I., P.I.

IV, 158

Jouan, Rene-Marie, Col., commanding French Indo-China forces

III, 544

Juan, in Fr. In-Ch. Governor-General's office

II, (819)

Juichi, Shimizu, Jap Consul in Thailand

III, 698

Julian, manager of the RKO

IV, (544)

Juneau, Alaska

III, 16, 30, 31

Junkers Company, Germany

III, 480

 

V, 10, (16), (32)

Jushukin, P., Russian Ambassador to Chungking

II, 246

Justo, A. P., Argentine General and leader of a pro-democratic party

III, (667)

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Jyu faction (in the Philippines)

III, 274

K Company, Netherlands East Indies

III, 610

Kabarundo, ship name

II, 148

Kagesa, Jap Admiral or Major General acting as adviser in Nanking affairs

I, (352)

 

III, 578

Kagi Maru, Jap. ship

II, (427)

Kahoolawe Island, Hawaii

IV, 139

Kaifeng, China

III, 162

Kaihara, Jap official in Mexico

III, 302

Kaiho Nippo, Jap newspaper

II, (912)

Kailan Coal Mines, China

II, 246

Kaiser Wilhelm

II, 51

Kaisoku Maru, Jap. ship

II. (262)

 

III, 267, 270

"Kaiui" Straits, N. of Hawaii

IV, 143

Kaiyo Maru, Jap ship

II, 168

Kajiwara, telegrapher in Jap Embassy in Washington

I, (78), (185)

 

IV, (385)

Kajiya, employed in the Japanese Consulate in Davao, P.I.

IV, (385)

Kakiage

III, 274

Kakitsubo, official of the European-American Office, Tokyo

IV, 303

Kakiuchi, Jap. Navy Captain

IV, 487

Kaku Maru, Jap ship

IV, 360

Kakutani, ass't prof. Osaka Univ.

III, 220

Kalama House, Oahu I., Hawaii (secret signal site)

IV, 144

Kalaradja, Java

III, 653

Kalgan, China

II, (692)

Kamakura Maru, Jap. ship

II, 115

Kamata, employed in Jap Consulate in Los Angeles

IV, (385)

Kamchatka Peninsula, Siberia

II, 190

 

III, 55, 172

Kameda, Lt. Cmdr., Jap Ass't Naval Attache in Chile

II, (453)

 

III, 243

Kamo Maru, Jap. ship

III, 376

Kamotau Son, Jap. moving picture concerning Thailand

III, 686

Kanakura, Jap representative in Rome

II, (552)

 

III, (935)

Kane, U.S. ship

IV, 121

Kanebo, Jap. textile Company

I, (190)

Kaneko, of Jap Petroleum Co. in Mexico

II, (448)

 

III, 326

Kaneko, official in Jap. Consulate in Seattle

I, (175)

 

IV, (385)

Kaneohe, Oahu I., Hawaii

IV, 139

Kanju Maru, Jap. ship

II, (837)

 

III, (1024)

 

IV, 465, 472

Kano, mgr. Specie Bank, London branch

III, 383

Kanto Army, Manchuria

IV, 419

Karachi, India

III, 387

Karafuto, Sakhalin I., Jap. half

I, (323), (353)

 

II, (640), (785)

Karasawa, Director of Toa Kenkyusho

III, (1019)

Karlwitz, German Firm

IV, 406

Kasahara, Jap. representative in Peru

II, (456)

Kasai, member of Jap. Diet

III, 37, 54, 64, 76, 478

 

IV, 9, 172

Kasai Maru, Jap. ship

I, 181

Kase, Shun-ichi, Counselor at the Jap Embassy in Berlin

I, (225)

 

II, (773), (986)

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III, 590

 

IV, 399, 411

Kase, T., Chief of 1st Section American Bureau, Jap. Foreign Ministry

IV, 11, 36, 45

Kashima, Jap Flagship of 4th Fleet

IV, (139)

Kashi Co., Jap Corp.

II, 277

Kasutoro, R.

III, 280

Kata, Chief Panama Canal Defense Div.

IV, 277

Kataoka, employed in the Jap Legation in Mexico

II, 111

Kato, member of the Jap Legation in Argentina

II, (392)

Kato, Jap. official in London

III, 380

Kato, Domei official, Washington

IV, 253

Kato, Jap agent in Mexico

III, 305

Kato, Jap official, Foreign and Domestic Commerce

IV, 348

Kato Firm

III, 311, 315

Kato, Sotomatsu, Jap. Ambass. to Vichy

II, 66, 101, 153, 154, 198, 215, 218-226, 228, 229, (283), (480), (571)

 

III, 511, 650

 

IV, 447-491 passim

Katoda, Jap. interpreter

II, (692)

Katsuno, Jap. Vice-Consul at Singora, Malay States

II, 323, (490)

Kaufmann, Director of Hamburg, Germany

III, (810)

 

IV, (787)

Kawabata, communications clerk, Jap. Consulate, Chicago

I, (79), (80)

 

IV, (385)

Kawahara, of Jap Petrol Co., Mexico

II, (448)

Kawai, Jap. Minister to Australia

I, (389)

Kawaminami, Jap. official in Manila

IV, 257

Kawamoto, official in Jap. Embassy in London

II, 122

Kawamura, Lt. Col., Jap Cryptanalyst

III, 465

Kawasaki Steamship Co.

II, (319)

 

III, 56

Kawasaki, Jap official in Vancouver

III, 414

 

IV, 369, 386

Kawasaki, Jap Consul in Santiago, Chile

I, (124)

 

II, 121, (457)

 

III, 363

Kawashima, Jap official

IV, (609)

Kayahara, Jap clerk in Bangkok

IV, 564

Kayohara, Jap secretary in Berlin

II, (762)

Kazama, Ryu, Jap interpreter

V, (55)

Kazavin, Iran

III, 403

Kazayama, Chief of Staff, Jap Army in North China

IV, 515

Keelung, Taiwan

II, (505)

Keijo, Korea—see Seoul

 

Keitel, Wilhelm, German Field Marshal

III, 448

 

V, 12

Keki, Mgr. of Yokohama Specie Bank

III, 610

Kemp, German (?) cryptanalyst

III, 465

Kennedy, J. C., U.S. Amb. to London

II, (219)

Kerr, Sir Archibald J. C, British Ambassador to Chungking

II, (500), (889), (919)

 

III, 397

Khabarovsk, Russia

IV, 416

Kharkov, Russia

III, 524

Kiangsu Province, China

II, 235

Kido, Marquis, adviser to Jap Emperor

III, 120

Kiev, Russia

II, (743), (757)

Kiev, Russian ship

III, 139

Kihara, Jap clerk in New York

IV, (694)

Kihara, Jap Attache in Mexico

II, (228)

Kihara, Jap sec'y in Consulate in Lima, Peru

III, 374

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Kihara, Jap Consul at Davao, P.I.

III, 146, 148, 249, 250, 257, 276

 

IV, 150

Kijima, employed in the Jap Consulate at Manila

IV, (385)

Kikaya, Jap. Finance Minister

IV, 53

Kikuo, Kurauchi, Jap researcher, Pasteur Institute, Bandoeng, Java

III, 656

Kimmel, H.E., Admiral and Cominch U.S. Pacific Fleet, 1941