Ikuo Oyama and his wife being led through a crowd under guard

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Nippu Jiji Photograph Archive, "Japanese" Collection

Caption on reverse [translation]: "Ikuo Oyama and wife departed from Tokyo Station by train on the 17th at 12:30 p.m. because they could not receive [?] to Manchuria, going to America instead. Guards were very strict during this time, and when he got out from their taxi nobody was allowed near him because security guards, policemen and military police guarded him. Surrounded by them, Mr. Oyama held his favorite bat, and that made him [?]. On the platform, labor publishers, a mass of people, Kanto Labor, agricultural workers, and others gathered before him and began singing the Labor song, holding a red union flag. Immediately, the captain ordered them to stop. With this he was sent off by Hasegawa, [?], Shimanaka, Yuzo, Yamazaki, Tsunekichi, and Fusae Ichikawa."

c. 1920s


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