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Brannon Letter January 1, 1947
Recounts his New Year celebration. Sneaking a camera into the courtroom. Getting a copy of his examination of Richardson from Japanese Radio Tokyo. The American ambush of Admiral Yamamoto.
Brannon Letter December 17, 1946
The Richardson cross-examination. Reduction of the Defense staff, Warren the lawyer for Admiral Oka leaving and the lawyer for Admiral Shimada being sent home for infraction of rules.
Brannon Letter December 1, 1945
A letter to Bernard from Hayashi (in Japanese) with a typed translation. Brannon mentions attending a party at the Akaska rikyu – detached Palace of the Emperor of Japan and he will be the first foreigner there since ...
Brannon Letter December 7, 1946
Brannon’s cross-examination of Admiral Richardson on November 25 and 26th, 1946. Financial problems of keeping the employees afloat during the trial.
Brannon Letter Undated letter (possibly 1946-1947)
Questioning Admiral Richardson. Flattering comment from Keenan.
Brannon Letter December 14, 1946
Restrictions and regulations being placed on the defense counsel. Brannon wonders “Shall I take a sincere defense and protect the U.S. or shall I go all out?” Richardson cross-examination and the cross-examination in ...