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Brannon Letter June 24, 1948
[enclosure: photograph of John G. Brannon] Explanation of why Brannon calls Bernard “Sonny”. Brannon’s visa to China is refused because he was a “defender of the Japanese."
Brannon Letter May 14, 1948 & May 17, 1948
Religious thoughts. Brannon’s inability to help a young man with tuberculosis. A Buddhist funeral ceremony. Second letter mentions the Emperor.
Brannon Letter September 16, 1948
[enclosure: typed copy of the hand-written letter] Brannon discusses Life and Death philosophy. He also discusses American jurisprudence and comparisons with the Nuremburg trial.
Brannon Letter October 29, 1948
The reading of the verdict and subsequent class A trials following. More discussion of the Supreme Court petition for habeas corpus.
Brannon Letter March 18, 1948
Preparing arguments for the individual defendants. U.S. relations with Russia.
Brannon Letter Undated letter
A translated letter to Bernard from a Tokyo waitress Mariko.
Brannon Letter April 20, 1948
Brannon Letter May 17, 1948 & May 20, 1948
[enclosure: photographic negative] First letter who the five attorneys are that were permitted to stay until the verdict. Second letter liquidating the Defense section.
Brannon Letter November 13, 1948
The individual sentences. Shimada does not hang.
Brannon Letter May 10, 1948