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The Tokeitai (Naval Secret Police) was the Imperial Japanese Navy's police equivalent to the Imperial Japanese Army's Kempeitai military police service. Jump to: navigation, search Ensign of the Imperial Japanese Navy. ... Jump to: navigation, search The Imperial Japanese Army (大日本帝國陸軍 Dai-Nippon Teikoku Rikugun) was the official armed force of Japan from 1867 to 1945. ... Kempeitai (憲兵隊, Law Soldier Regiment) was the military police of the Imperial Japanese Army. ...


The original Tokeitai was known as the General Affairs Section and concerned itself with police and personnel work within the Navy: personnel, discipline and records. It took a more active role, partly to keep the Kempeitai and Army from meddling in Navy affairs. Smaller and more low-key than its rival, it was no less brutal. It was especially active in the areas of the South Pacific, the Naval Control Area, as well as maintaining a presence as pervasive as the Kempeitai had. It had the same 'commissar' roles, in relation to exterior enemies or suspicious persons, and watching inside units for possible defectors or traitors, under the security doctrine of "Kikosaku". Human Resources has at least two meanings depending on context. ... South Pacific is a musical play with music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II that opened on Broadway on April 7, 1949, and ran for more than five years. ... Commissar (комисса́р) was an official title used in post-revolutionary Russia and the Soviet Union. ...


Attached to Navy units, they served as Colonial police in some occupied Pacific areas. Later accusations of war crimes were made against them in that role. For other meanings of Pacific, see Pacific (disambiguation). ... A war crime is a punishable offense, under international law, for violations of the law of war by any person or persons, military or civilian. ...


They also provided local security in near naval bases. In the final weeks of the Pacific War, they were amongst the security units prepared for combat against invasion of Japan. Modern Naval Tactics It is tempting to regard modern naval combat as the purest expression of tactics. ... US landings in the Pacific, 1942–1945 The Pacific War, which is known in Japan as the Greater East Asia War, occurred in the Pacific Ocean, its islands, and in Asia. ...


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Tokeitai - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (230 words)
The Tokeitai (Naval Secret Police) was the Imperial Japanese Navy's police equivalent to the Imperial Japanese Army's Kempeitai military police service.
The original Tokeitai was known as the General Affairs Section and concerned itself with police and personnel work within the Navy: personnel, discipline and records.
It took a more active role, partly to keep the Kempeitai and Army from meddling in Navy affairs.
Imperial Japanese Navy Land Forces - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (233 words)
The Naval Communications Units or Tsushintai of 600-1,000 men to provide basic naval communications and also handled encryption and decryption.
The Tokeitai Navy Military Police units,are the naval intelligence armed branch,with military police regular functions in naval instalations and occupied territoires;also theirs working with Kempeitai Army military police and Keishicho civil police and Tokko secret units in security and intelligence services too.
Although both the kebitai and bobitai received amphibious assault and beach defence training, their performance was poor or average when they were used as assault troops.
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