Definition of Tojo hideki
1. Noun. Japanese army officer who initiated the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and who assumed dictatorial control of Japan during World War II; he was subsequently tried and executed as a war criminal (1884-1948).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tojo Hideki
Literary usage of Tojo hideki
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. U.S.-Japan Strategic Reciprocity: A Neo-Internationalist View by Edward A. Olsen (1985)
"(Many Japanese became particularly incensed when it became known in April 1979 that thirteen convicted war criminals, including tojo hideki, ..."
2. Japan Goes to War: A Chronology of Japanese Military Expansion from the ...by Dorothy Perkins by Dorothy Perkins (1997)
"... Japanese, Chinese, and Korean names are given in the traditional East Asian order, with surname first followed by given name (for example, tojo hideki). ..."
3. Apollo's Warriors: United States Air Force Special Operations During the by Michael E. Haas (1998)
"... Harry: 288 Tojo, Hideki: 82, 96 Tokyo: 18, 55 Tourison, Sedgwick: 297 Training Center One (TC-One): 114 Troop Carrier Command: 8 Truman administration: ..."