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- Treaty of Portsmouth : 1905 peace treaty that ended the Russo-Japanese War after negotiations led by U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt.
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- Giichi Tanaka : Japanese military officer, statesman, and Prime Minister in 1929; cabinet resigned to protest increasing militarization and the assassination of Chang Tso-Lin
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- Strike-North Faction : One of two competing Japanese strategies for expansion beyond China and Mongolia, striking into the Soviet Union in search of resources; supporters included the Imperial Way Faction, but Emperor Hirohito and the bulk of the high command chose Strike-South into Southeast Asia
- Kuniaki Koiso : (1880-1950) Imperial Japanese Army general, Prime Minister of Japan between July 1944 and April 1945, and a Major War Criminal sentenced to life imprisonment by the International Military Tribunal for the Far East.
- Taro Katsura : Imperial Japanese Army officer and government official with posts including Prime Minister of Japan; served as Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal as a genro (elder statesman), he became prime minister again but resigned because of the movement to protect constitutional government.
- Makoto Saito : Prime Minister of Japan and Admiral in the Imperial Japanese Navy who, while serving as Lord Privy Seal, was assassinated in the February 26, 1936 Incident
- Kichisaburo Nomura : Retired Imperial Japanese Navy admiral, who was the Japanese Ambassador to the U.S. in 1941, generally accepted to be desirous of peace
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- South Manchurian Railway Company : At first a Japanese-owned railroad with a terminus in the Kwangtung Leasehold, eventually a diversified industrial company in Manchuria and China, with influence on Japanese economic policy and providing cover for intelligence and covert operations
- Gentaro Kodama : Imperial Japanese Army general and government official; chief of staff to the commander in the Russo-Japanese-War; Chief of Staff (Imperial Japanese Army), (11 Apr 1906 - 30 Jul 1906)--died suddenly in office
- Yoshimichi Hara : (1867-1944) President of the Privy Council (Japan), 24 June 1940 – 7 August 1944, Strike-North Faction advocate who saw avoiding Pearl Harbor as giving up the gains of the Russo-Japanese-War, Manchurian Incident, and First Sino-Japanese War
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