- Hi·de·ki [hee-de-kee] /ˈhi dɛˌki/, 1884–1948, Japanese general: executed for war crimes.
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Contemporary Examples of tojo
What was America supposed to do after Pearl Harbor, put the keys to the Golden Gate in an airmail envelope and send them to Tojo?Up To A Point: What We Really Need Is a Nobel War Prize
P. J. O’Rourke
October 11, 2014
It was clear enough to every American that Hitler and Tojo were bad news, and that was that.Is Obama Going to War Just to ‘Check the Box’?
August 31, 2013
Yet, as the documentarian Ken Burns has noted, he was responsible for the deaths of more Army soldiers than Hitler and Tojo.More South-Bashing!
May 28, 2013
And FDR did not wage war against all the enemies of freedom: He allied with Stalin to defeat Hitler and Tojo.Let's End American Dominance
June 5, 2010
Historical Examples of tojo
- Hideki (ˈhiːdɛˌkiː). 1885–1948, Japanese soldier and statesman; minister of war (1940–41) and premier (1941–44); hanged as a war criminal