WO235/1105

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WO235/1105

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First Charge (All): Committing a War Crime
“in that they at DAICHOKU near TAIHOKU, Formosa, between November 1942 and September 1945, the accused, Major UETE Taichi as Commandant of P.O.W. Camps, Formosa, and the remainder of the accused, as members of No. 6 Branch Group being responsible for the well being of all Allied P.O.Ws, were, in Violation of the Laws and Usages of War, concerned in the ill-treatment of Allied Prisoners of War, resulting in deaths to some and in physical suffering to others of the said Prisoners of War.”

Second Charge (D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, D7): Committing a War Crime
“in that they at YOBUKU, Formosa, during June 1945, July 1945 and Auguest 1945, the accused Major UETE Taichi as Commandant of P.O.W. Camps, Formosa, and the remainder of the accused as members of his staff, were, in Violation of the Laws and Usages of War, concerned in the ill-treatment of Allied Prisoners of War, resulting in many deaths to some and physical suffering to others of the said Prisoners of War.”

Third Charge (D1, D2, D6) Committing a War Crime
“in that they at MATSUYAMA, Formosa, during July 1945 and August 1945, the accused Major UETE TAICHI as Commandant of P.O.W. Camps, Formosa, and the remainder of the accused as members of his staff, were, in Violation of the laws and Usages of War, concerned in the ill-treatment of Allied Prisnoers of War, resulting in physical suffering to them.”

FourthCharge (D1, D2, D3, D4, D8) Committing a War Crime
“in that they at DAICHOKU, near TAIHOKU, FORMOSA, between November 1944 and March 1945, as members of No. 6 Branch Group being responsible for the well being of all Allied P.O.W.s, were in Violation of the Laws and Usages of War, concerned in the ill-treatment of Allied Prisoners of War, resulting in deaths to some and physical suffering to others of the said Prisoners of War.”

Fifth Charge (D1) Committing a War Crime
“in that he at FORMOSA between March 1945 and September 1945 the accused Major UETE TAICHI as Commandant of P.O.W. Camps, Formosa, was in Violation of the Laws and Usages of War, concerned in the ill-treatment of Allied Prisoners of War at No. 1 Branch Camp – Kinkaseki (later transferred to Kokutsu) resulting in deaths to some and physical suffering to others of the said Prisoners of War.”

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“WO235/1105,” Hong Kong's War Crimes Trials Collection, accessed November 21, 2018, http://hkwctc.lib.hku.hk/items/show/46.

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