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Friday, June 15, 2007

Seeking information about Hsiang Che-chun

I'm looking for information about Hsiang Che-chun (pinyin Xiang Zhejun 向哲浚), who was the Chinese prosecutor in the Tokyo Trials. If you know anything about him, or know of people or resources that might be helpful, please send me an e-mail (dclarke at law dot gwu dot edu) to let me know. Thanks.

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After coming back from Japan, Hsiang Che-chun (1892-1987) refused to join the Nationalist government to lead the Supreme Prosecutorate of China and chose to teach at Shanhai Finance and Economics University. He died in Shanhai in 1987.

Posted by: Lee | Jun 16, 2007 12:12:21 PM

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