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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 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 April 27, 1947
Meetings and discussions with former Japanese Ambassador Nomura. Mrs. Nagano’s conversation with Nomura regarding the Pearl Harbor attack.
Brannon Letter March 24, 1947
The progression of the trial and the impending war with Russia. “Defending Japan is impossible without attacking America”. Brannon wrestles with the morality and ethics of defending Japanese War Criminals.
Brannon Letter February 22 & 25, 1947
The Defense to state its case. Life in Tokyo post war.
Brannon Letter November 26, 1947
Brannon’s thoughts on religion.
Brannon Letter May 30, 1947
Evidence for the Pacific phase of the trial.
Brannon Letter June 11, 1947
[Enclosures: news clippings and a note from Nakamura to J. Brannon] Letter regarding relations with Russia and Brannon’s business future.
Brannon Letter December 28, 1947
Adequate representation for the accused war criminals. The testimony of Tojo.
Brannon Letter March 13, 1947
Discussions of Truman, politics back in the States and relations with Russia.