Political repression in Imperial Japan
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Political repression in Imperial Japan lasted from the Meiji period to the fall of the Empire of Japan after the end of World War II. Throughout this period, dissidence was curtailed by laws, and police, and dissidents became political prisoners.
- Tipton, Elise K. (1990). The Japanese Police State: The Tokkô in Interwar Japan. University of Hawaii Press.
- Mitchell, Richard H. (1992). Janus-Faced Justice: Political Criminals in Imperial Japan. University of Hawaii Press.
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- "Fetters Taken From the Japs by MacArthur". The Milwaukee Journal. Oct 4, 1945.
- "THINKING AS A CRIME TOKIO PROFESSOR ARRESTED". Tweed Daily (Murwillumbah, NSW : 1914 - 1949). Apr 29, 1939. p. 9.