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Undated - Takuma Dan (1858-1932) was a Japanese businessman who was Director-General of Mitsui, one of the leading Japanese zaibatsu. He was a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and succeed the buisiness of Mitsui Miike Coal Mine. But on March 5, 1932, He was assassinated by right-wing nationalist Goro Hishinuma as part of the League of Blood Incident. (Photo by Kingendai Photo Library/AFLO)

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Director-General of Mitsui, Takuma Dan (1858-1932)
Undated - Takuma Dan (1858-1932) was a Japanese businessman who was Director-General of Mitsui, one of the leading Japanese zaibatsu. He was a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and succeed the buisiness of Mitsui Miike Coal Mine. But on March 5, 1932, He was assassinated by right-wing nationalist Goro Hishinuma as part of the League of Blood Incident. (Photo by Kingendai Photo Library/AFLO)

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Date 10 Aug 2010
Location: Japan
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