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Yoshio Kodama (first row, second from right) at a meeting of the ultranationalist Black Ocean Society (Genyōsha) in 1929
Yoshio Kodama (first row, second from right) at a meeting of the ultranationalist Black Ocean Society (Genyōsha) in 1929
Kodama in January 1953 during a visit by conservative politicians Ichirō Hatoyama and Bukichi Miki to his Tokyo estate. Hatoyama became Prime Minister
Kodama in January 1953 during a visit by conservative politicians Ichirō Hatoyama and Bukichi Miki to his Tokyo estate. Hatoyama became Prime Minister of Japan a year later. The photo was published in 1953 in Mainichi Shimbun.
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Tōyama Mitsuru (center), Kodama Yoshio (first row, second from right) on a meeting of the Dark/Black Ocean Society (Gen'yosha), 1929
Tōyama Mitsuru (center), Kodama Yoshio (first row, second from right) on a meeting of the Dark/Black Ocean Society (Gen'yosha), 1929
A Gen'yōsha memorial
A Gen'yōsha memorial