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Brannon Letter May 21, 1948
Personal matters. The Netherland judge writing a dissenting opinion.
Brannon Letter June 21, 1947
The SCAP’s new regulations in occupied Tokyo.
Brannon Letter August 31, 1947
Discussion on learning the Japanese language.
Brannon Letter August 16, 1948
Illnesses in Japan.
Brannon Letter April 18, 1950
Politics at home.
Brannon Letter June 27, 1949
Justice Douglas hands down an opinion on the Tokyo case. Mentions George Yamaoka (LX28) and his connections with the Defense team and his work with the Supreme Court petition later.
Brannon Letter May 26, 1947
Life in Tokyo and Brannon’s acquaintances. Contemplations on the differences between Japanese language and English. Reflections on members of the Defense team.
Brannon Letter November 10, 1947
[memo written by Koreshige Inuzuka] No letter enclosed.
Brannon Letter May 28, 1948
All fired defense attorneys are reinstated. Comments on the Tribunal and trial. Forcing the Tribunal to see that there are two sides to the trial.
Brannon Letter November 14, 1947
The health toll the trial is taking on all of the participants.