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Eitaro Noro Wikipedia
Eitaro Noro (野呂 榮太郎, Noro Eitaro, 1900-1934) was a Japanese economic historian. Noro was born in Hokkaido in 1900. He studied at Keio Gijuku University, where he first became involved in radical politics. He worked for a labor research institute following graduation. In 1930 he joined the Japanese Communist Party. He was instrumental in laying the foundations for the Koza school, a branch of Japanese Marxist thought.
Noro was arrested in November 1933. He died on February 19, 1934, in Shinagawa Police Station. His death was the result of police torture.