“Giroshin Sha” – An anarchist-illegalist cell, formed in Japan in the early 20th century
Photo from the trial of “Giroshin Sha” cell
“Giroshin Sha” (Guillotine Society) was an anarchist – illegalist cell, formed in Japan in 1922. This cell expropriated banks, in order to finance its activities.
“Giroshin Sha” attempted to execute the general Masataro Fukuda twice, who was in the group which was responsible for the assassination of the most prominent anarchist writer of his time in Japan, Osugi Sakae.
At the first attempt, one of Osugi’s former comrades, Kyutaro Wada, shot Fukuda but he only managed to injure him and at the second attempt, a bomb was placed at his house by Genjirop Muraki and Futura, but unfortunately he was not there.
In 1924, the member of “Giroshin Sha” Tetsu Nakahama (among others) attacked the chairman of Kanedo Co. company and was arrested.
In 1925, Nakahama, along with his comrade and also member of “Giroshin Sha” Daijiro Futura, were executed for “anti – governmental actions”, including a bank robbery in 1923 and planning the execution of Prince Hirohito. Kyutaro Wada was sentenced to life imprisonment and he committed suicide in his cell.
The article’s research was conducted by the imprisoned members of C.C.F.
Translated by Inter Arma
Tags: Attentat, Bank Robbery, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire : Imprisoned Members Cell, Daijiro Futura, General Masataro Fukuda, Genjirop Muraki, Japan, Kyutaro Wada, Osugi Sakae, Tetsu Nakahama, “Giroshin Sha” (Guillotine Society)
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