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Brannon Letter February 11, 1948
First letter contains personal matters. Second letter –the Defense ended its case.
Brannon Letter February 17, 1946
Brannon comments on the book “The Lost War.” The Japanese concept of government.
Brannon Letter June 15, 1947
Attending Catholic Mass at the Sacred Heart Convent in Tokyo.
Brannon Letter February 19, 1947
A fire in Tokyo and the devastation of the fire.
Brannon Letter May 20, 1947
The Pacific phase of the Defense’s case.
Brannon Letter July 28, 1947
Politics in the States and life in Tokyo.
Brannon Letter May 12, 1948
Sending home the lawyers.
Brannon Letter November 2, 1947
Brannon’s Booker vs. Booker case goes to the Supreme Court. Brannon’s reaction to an American newspaper that writes the American Defense team in Japan is “fascist and pro-Japanese.”
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 April 14, 1947
[enclosure: manuscript discussing the reason for American attorneys working on Japanese defense] Letter discusses travels around Japan.