Tokyo Rose (Iva Ikuko Toguri d'Aquino)
(World War II radio broadcaster, 1916-2006)
- Obituary (Discover Nikkei)
- Profile (Wikipedia) (Deutsch)
- Of several Wikipedia entries, the German is the most thorough; there are also shorter articles in English and עברית.
- "FBI History - Famous Cases: Tokyo Rose" (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
- Keith O'Brien, "They Call Her Tokyo Rose". WeeklyWire.com, January 20, 1998.
- J. Kingston Pierce, "They Called Her Traitor". American History, October 2002. (Reprinted at About.com, "American History" section)
- Iva Ikuko Toguri D'Aquino (About.com, "Women's History" section)
- Who was Tokyo Rose? (Ask Yahoo! February 21, 2002)
- "Orphan Ann" ("Tokyo Rose") (EarthStation1.com's Radio Propaganda Page)
- Includes audio files of her known and extant "Zero Hour" recordings.
- "Orphan Ann" Home Page (website of Dafydd Neal Dyar)
- A letter from Robert W. "Bob" White, 65th SQ, to Aerial Gunners Association Magazine
- Cecilia Rasmussen, "The Painful Ordeal of Tokyo Rose". Los Angeles Times, "L.A. Then and Now" column, May 24, 1998.
- "How did WWII propaganda broadcaster Tokyo Rose get info on Allied ship movements?". Chicago Reader, "The Straight Dope" column, November 16, 1999.
- 'Tokyo Rose' Receives Pardon (Super70's.com)
- Dr. Dennis F. Casey, "Was it Tokyo Rose or Not?". Spokesman Online, February 2003. (Air Intelligence Agency, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas)
- 「東京ローズ」"Tokyo Rose" (日本語)
- アイバ戸栗の住む家 (日本語)
- Gary C.W. Chun, "Man on a Mission". Honolulu Star-Bulletin, April 12, 2004.
- Describes efforts by actor George Takei to produce a theatrical feature film, "Tokyo Rose: American Patriot."
- Hans Sherrer, "Tokyo Rose was Innocent!" (Forejustice.org site, July 6, 2003)
- "La Rosa de Tokio" (Exordio.com, "Segunda Guerra Mundial")
- Bill O'Reilly, "See Hanoi Jane Run". Columbia Daily Tribune, April 16, 2005.
- Conservative pundit O'Reilly compares Iva Toguri's (supposed) actions as Tokyo Rose to Jane Fonda's trip to Hanoi during the Vietnam War.
- "Roar of the Tiger: The Legend of Tokyo Rose" is Glenn Conner Johnson's play about Iva Toguri d'Aquino and her experiences during and after World War II.