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  1. Gonos
    Masahiko Amakasu (甘粕 正彦, Amakasu Masahiko, January 26, – August 20, ) was an officer in the Imperial Japanese Army imprisoned for his involvement in the Amakasu Incident, the extrajudicial execution of anarchists after the Great Kantō earthquake, who later became head of the Manchukuo Film AssociationBorn: January 26, , Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.
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  2. Zutaxe
    Amaka Character Analysis of Meaning Here is the characteristics of Amaka in details. This name makes you very idealistic, emotional, and temperamental, liking to do things on the spur-of-the-moment and disliking being repressed or held down to monotonous detail.
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  3. Motaxe
    IJN Cargo 1, Tons: Ship History Built by Kawaminami Kogyo Zosensho K. K at Koyagi Jima. During , laid down as a 1, ton Peacetime Standard (D) Type cargo ship for Amakasu Sangyo K. K. Launched on August 16, and named Amakasu Maru No. 1.
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  4. Dubar
    Oct 14,  · Amakasu Masahiko, best antagonist of all time. Herushii Tarou, best seiyuu of all time. BANZAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. BANZAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
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  5. Malasho
    Amakasu & Associates is one of the leading independent Furniture Fixtures & Equipment (FF&E) Purchasing Companies servicing the hospitality industry, based in Tokyo, Japan. As an experienced provider of FF&E and OES procurement services to hotels and resorts worldwide, ranging from business hotels, luxury boutique properties, to 5-star.
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  6. Grolmaran
    Incident. Following Japan's Great Kantō earthquake in early September , a police squadron led by Lieutenant Amakasu Masahiko sought out two noted anarchist-socialist leaders, the feminist Noe Itō and her partner, the anarchist Sakae Ōbladeterrorzanntegal.infoinfoer they were beaten and killed by the police along with Ōsugi's six-year-old nephew, and their bodies disposed in a well.
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  7. Kajilabar
    Amakasu Kagetsugu (甘糟 景継, - June 22, ) was a samurai officer who served the Uesugi clan. Under the orders of Uesugi Kenshin, Kagetsugu became the head of the Amakasu clan. Kagetsugu was known as a valiant warrior, and was skilled in wielding swords as well as spears.
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