Fujita Shige

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Fujita Shige (藤田茂) (born 1889 in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan) was a Japanese military officer. In March 1945 he became the division commander of the 59th Division, 43rd Army. Fujita was captured in Hamhung, Korea in August 1945.

Confession of Crimes against Humanity[edit]

In August 1954, Fujita made a series of confessions of war crimes, where he admitted to ordering torture, beatings, and killings, including against civilians, in numerous cases.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fujita Shige. "Abstract of the Written Confessions in English". China National Archives. 

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