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161 INDEX “f ” refers to figure;“t” to table. AFP. SEE AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE (AFP) Agence France Presse (AFP), 54 Allied Operational and Occupation Headquarters Records, 72, 89, 153, 159–60 Allied Powers, 11–12, 15, 97 Anderson, Marvin, 65–66, 124 Anderson, R. Bruce, 133–34, 152 Anderton, Lieutenant Colonel John E., 79–80 Araki, Sadao (defendant), 40–41 Army’s War Crimes Branch, 28 The Art of War (Tzu), 61 Asahi Shimbun (Japanese newspaper) about, 152 Channel 1 for English; Channel 2 for Japanese; Channel 2 for Russian, 37 head sets and microphones, sensitivity of, 37 IBM interpreting equipment, 33 interpreters, advertisements for, 29 “Mizugiwadatsu shori buri,” 27 “Shitsugyosha, jissu wa gohyaku -man ka,” 32 Soviet interpreter with her head in a“glass box,” 34 Tojo’s affidavit into English, translation of, 44 Asahi Shimbun Tokyo saiban kisha-dan, 40, 152 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 10 Australia, 12–13, 24, 55 162 INTERPRETING THE TOKYO WAR CRIMES TRIAL BAKER, MONA, 133, 152, 158 Blewett, George (defense counsel), 44, 93, 113, 121 “Booth no naka no Itami Akira” [Interview] (Shimada), 31, 38–39, 59, 62, 72–74, 114, 121–23, 127, 130, 158 Brackman, Arnold C., 17, 23–24, 37, 153 Bradsher, Greg “The Exploitation of Captured and Seized Japanese Records Relating to War Crimes, 1942–1945,” 80, 153 Select Findings Aid to Records at the National Archives at College Park, Maryland, Relating to Japanese War Crimes, War Criminals and War Crimes Trials, 13, 49, 153 CANADA, 12, 55 Cassese, Antonio, 14, 48, 158 Central Liaison Office, 28–29, 31 Champlain, Samuel de, 140 Charter of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (Tokyo Charter). See also Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal Article 9 (b):“Fair Trial for Accused,” 17 documents submitted, English or Japanese translations of, 42 hierarchy and learning process, 72, 83 interpreting arrangements, 17, 22, 24–25, 42 languages other than English and Japanese, did not exclude, 22–23, 25–26 Nuremberg Charter, based on model of, 11 chief of Language Section. See Anderson, Marvin Ching, General, The-Chun of the Republic of China, 17–18 Civilian Personnel List, 28 codes of ethics for court interpreters, 1 Coleman, Captain (defense counsel), 86 consecutive interpreting. See also simultaneous interpreting about, 49–50, 133 advantage of, party taking, 133 of Chinese or English into Japanese, 18 of English and Japanese, 17, 38 by Japanese interpreters, 93 of Japanese into English or Chinese, 18 at Tokyo Trial, 137, 148 Cortés, Hernán, 139 court administrative officer, 43 arbiters, 46 authorization of French, 25 authorization of Russian, 25–26 discriminatory treatment by, 24 interpreters, 1, 30, 68, 70 interpreters, fifty, 30 163 interpreting and procedural issues of, 114 language specialists of the, 42 participants, 6, 48, 52 prejudice against Japan, 25 procedures, 30 proceedings, 1, 8, 13, 18, 40 questions about interpreting, 112 reporters, 19–20, 22, 25, 27, 36–37, 84, 113, 128 translation disputes in, 74 translators, fifty, 30 translators arriving at, 45f2.3 U.S. military, 72 in Yokohama, 62 courtroom bench and the dock in center of, 21 design of, 33–34, 36f2.2 discussions outside, 87 disturbance in, 71 inside and outside the, 17 interpreter’s space, 21 languages spoken in, 20 microphones in, 37 in Nuremberg, 22 prosecution’s side of, 3 Cronin, Michael, 7, 132, 134, 136, 139, 154 DEFENSE COUNSEL Blewett, George, 44, 93, 113, 121 Coleman, Captain, 86 Henry Pu-Yi, (former Emperor of Manchukuo), 64 Kiyose, Ichiro, 39, 44 objections by, Webb’s remarks in response to, 99–101 translators, concern about shortage of, 43 Defense Language Transformation Roadmap, 150 Densho Digital Archive, 81, 154 Diplomatic Record Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 4 Diriker, Ebru, 143, 154 doctrine of“command responsibility,” 69 Dostert, Colonel Léon, 31 Dower, John, 13–14, 49–51, 97, 154 dragomans, 134–36, 140, 156 EDWARDS, ROSALIND, 135, 154 Emperor of Manchukuo. See Henry Pu-Yi “The Exploitation of Captured and Seized Japanese Records Relating to War Crimes, 1942–1945” (Bradsher), 80, 153 FANG, W. F. S. (SECRETARY), 18 Far Eastern Commission, 12 4-C” Enemy Aliens, 75 France, 11–12, 14, 23–24, 119 164 INTERPRETING THE TOKYO WAR CRIMES TRIAL GAIBA, FRANCESCA, 7, 31, 37, 50, 137, 154 General Secretary of the Tribunal. See Walridge, Colonel Vern Gesse, Tanya, 8, 154 Gile, Daniel, 92, 127, 143, 154 “Going‘Social’?” (Pym), 5, 158 Grand Dragoman, 140 HAMAMOTO, MASAKATSU, 69–70, 71F4.1 Harries, Meirion...

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9780776619125
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9780776607290
MARC Record
OCLC
695537968
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192
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2012-01-01
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English
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