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Brannon Letter December 26, 1947
[enclosures: photographs] Togo on the witness stand. Writing Shimada’s summation argument.
Brannon Letter July 8, 1950
Translation of a letter to Brannon from Shimada. Comments on the war in Korea.
Brannon Letter April 17, 1948
The trial has ended and now Brannon experiences the “let down” feeling. Shimada thanks Brannon for his efforts. The fairness of the trial.
Brannon Letter March 21, 1948
Brannon Letter November 15, 1948
Personal matters. More discussion regarding the petition for habeas corpus. A visit to Shimada after his sentencing.
Brannon Letter January 12, 1947
Brannon decides to stay in Japan and continue to help out on the defense team. Brannon takes on the defenses of Admiral Shimada, Admiral Oka, General Hashimoto and General Sato. The possibility of helping with Prime ...
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 November 25, 1947
“Now I am fighting for a human life.” Admiral Shimada’s plea for help.
Brannon Letter November 19, 1947
Japanese trade. Brannon discusses that he is to defend Admiral Shimada.
Brannon Letter November 13, 1948
The individual sentences. Shimada does not hang.