Your Archives logo

Update: 30 September 2012
Your Archives is now read-only. We are no longer accepting new registrations, nor are we accepting new (or edited) content.
The content will be available in the UK Government Web Archive. Please read our announcement for further information.

Japanese War Criminals World War Two

From Your Archives

Jump to: navigation, search
This article was originally one of a set of memoranda available only on paper in The National Archives' reading rooms. It acted as a signpost to records of interest on a particular historical subject. It may have been compiled many years ago and could be out of date. Please feel free to edit this page to improve the information

Catalogue Reference Records
WO 235Judge Advocate General's Office: war of 1939-45: war crimes papers 1940-1967.
FO 371Foreign Office general political correspondence, 1906-1961.
CO 980Colonial Office Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees Department, 1941-1953.
WO 203War of 1939-1945: Military Headquarters papers: Far East Forces.
WO 203/4517A
WO 203/4926A
WO 203/4927A
WO 203/6086
WO 203/6087
WO 206/5Army Pathology Advisory Committee, minutes of meetings, numbers 390-423, October 1945 - November 1950.
WO 222War of 1939-1945: Medical Historian papers, 1914-1945.
WO 224War of 1939-1945: Enemy Prisoner of War Camps: reports of International Red Cross and Protecting Powers, 1941-1947.
CAB 122British Joint Staff Mission: Washington Office files.
WO 163/582 - WO 163/592Minutes of the Imperial Prisoners of War Committee, 1941 - 1945.
WO 311War of 1939-1945: Military Deputy, Judge Advocate General: war crime files, 1940-1953.
WO 325War of 1939-1945: war crimes, South East Asia: files, 1941-1949.
WO 356War of 1939-1945: Military Deputy Judge Advocate General: War Crimes South East Asia: card indexes, 1940-1957.
LCO 2Lord Chancellors office registered files 1850-1984.
FO 262Embassy and Consular Archives, Japan correspondence 1858-1941.
WO 32War Office Registered files: general series 1845-1985.
WO 357War of 1939-1945 Japanese registers of Allied prisoners of war and internees held in camps at Singapore 1945-1948.
WO 361War of 1939-1945 Enquiries into Missing Personnel, Casualties (L) Branch, War Office
WO 367War of 1939-1945: Japanese registers of Allied Prisoners of War and internees held in camps in Singapore.
TS 26Treasury Solicitor and HM Procurator General: War Crimes papers 1919-1946.
TS 27Treasury Solicitor and HM Procurator General: Treasury and Miscellaneous: registered files (T and M series)

See also R John Pritchard, 'The Historical Experience of British War Crimes Courts in the Far East, 1946-1948' in International Relations.

R John Pritchard 'Lessons from British Proceedings against Japanese War Criminals' in the Human rights Review, Oxford University Press, III: 2 (Summer 1978) pages 104-121.

R John Pritchard 'The Nature and Significance of British Post-war trials of Japanese War Criminals' in Proceedings of the British Association for Japanese Studies 11: 1, History and International Relations, University of Sheffield Centre of Japanese Studies, 1977, pages 189-219.

The Tokyo War Crimes Trial: The Complete Transcripts of the proceedings of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East by R John Pritchard and Sonia Magbanua Zaide, Garland Publishing Inc. New York, 1981.

The Tokyo War Crimes Trial: Index and Guide by R John Pritchard and Sonia Magbanua Zaide, Garland Publishing Inc, New York 1981-1986.