Judge Pal: International Military Tribunal for the Far East and Indian nationalism

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Judge Pal: International Military Tribunal for the Far East and Indian nationalism is a biography of Radhabinod Pal (1886–1967) written by historian Nariaki(成章) Nakazato(中里).

Contents

Contents

Epilogue: The memory over Pal ― Japan and India (Template:Lang-ja) / 1

Over Pal's judgment (Template:Lang-ja) / 1

Japanese Prime Minister Abe's visit to India (Template:Lang-ja) / 3

The honouring monument at Yasukuni Shrine (Template:Lang-ja) / 4

The memory in fading India (Template:Lang-ja) / 5

The creation of the Pal myth (Template:Lang-ja) / 6

"How a real image is seen ?" (Template:Lang-ja) / 9

About an investigation method (Template:Lang-ja) / 12

Chapter 1: In the village of the bank of the Ganges (Template:Lang-ja) / 15

1886-1908; age 0-22

The breeding (Template:Lang-ja) / 16

The area called Bengal (Template:Lang-ja) / 17

The nature of the locality of Nadia (Template:Lang-ja) / 19

The Pal family (Template:Lang-ja) / f20

Our father who threw away our village (Template:Lang-ja) / 24

From the temple school of the village to the elementary school (Template:Lang-ja) / 25

The ideal called Sir Gurudasu Banerjee (Template:Lang-ja) / 27

What is the "gentry" of Bengal? (Template:Lang-ja) / 28

The life of Gurudasu and Pal (Template:Lang-ja) / 29

After returning to studies (Template:Lang-ja) / 30

Presidency College, Bangalore (Template:Lang-ja) / 33

The opposition movement against the Bengal division and Pal (Template:Lang-ja) / 34

The marriage and the family (Template:Lang-ja) / 36

The schoolmates of Presidency College, Bangalore (Template:Lang-ja) / 37

Subhas Chandra Bose (Template:Lang-ja) / 39

The Indian National Army (Template:Lang-ja) / 41

Chapter 2: The way to the judicial officer elite (Template:Lang-ja) / 47

1908-1946; age 22-60

The footprint of Pal (Template:Lang-ja) / 48

From the office worker to the teacher of the college (Template:Lang-ja) / 48

Until Pal took an entrance examination for the LL.M. examination (Template:Lang-ja) / 50

The decision to come out to Calcutta (Template:Lang-ja) / 51

As the lawyer of the Income Tax Law (Template:Lang-ja) / 53

As the professor of the University of Calcutta (Template:Lang-ja) / 56

The cottage in Kankiradoho (Template:Lang-ja) / 57

The research activities (Template:Lang-ja) / 58

The writing of Pal (Template:Lang-ja) / 60

Hindu philosophy of law (Template:Lang-ja) / 61

The history of primogeniture (Template:Lang-ja) / 63

The history of the Hindu method (Template:Lang-ja) / 63

Pal and international law (Template:Lang-ja) / 66

Pal's judgment (Template:Lang-ja) / 68

The crime in international relations (Template:Lang-ja) / 69

Pal became an acting judge of Calcutta High Court (Template:Lang-ja) / 71

The character of the Calcutta High Court (Template:Lang-ja) / 73

The political nature of Vice Chancellor (Template:Lang-ja) / 75

The politics in the study and Pal (Template:Lang-ja) / 76

The Indian National Army trials and Pal (Template:Lang-ja) / 78

The political position of Pal (Template:Lang-ja) / 81

The right wing and the left wing of the India nationalism (Template:Lang-ja) / 86

Chapter 3: To Tokyo ― Tokyo Trial and Pal's judgment (Template:Lang-ja) / 89

1946-1948; age 60-62

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2 The analysis of Pal's judgment (Template:Lang-ja) / 115

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3 The ripple of Pal's judgment (Template:Lang-ja) / 155

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Chapter 4: The later years of light and dark ― Between the global community and India (Template:Lang-ja) / 163

1948-1952; age 62-66

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Chapter 5: The formation of the Pal myth (Template:Lang-ja) / 185

1952-1967; age 66-80

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Prologue: Across mythification (Template:Lang-ja) / 231

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Afterword / 237

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