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Brannon Letter November 18, 1948
[enclosure: original habeas corpus petition to SCOTUS] No letter but a small note regarding the enclosure.
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 October 2, 1948
A case involving a newspaper being accused of violating the “Press Code.”
Brannon Letter Undated letter (possibly 1947)
Discussion of proximate cause and the atomic bomb. The success of the United Nations.
Brannon Manuscript Undated
Undated manuscript discussing John G. Brannoys experience appealing to the Supreme Court of the United States.
Brannon Letter April 18, 1950
Politics at home.
Brannon Letter January 22, 1947
The Prosecution is ending and the Defense is beginning their statements and motions. The Japanese concept of law. What are American Lawyers doing at the trial? The conflict between being a lawyer and an American.
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 December 2, 1946
Travel to Singapore for witnesses for Nagano’s defense.
Brannon Letter July 30, 1947
Sessions with the Tribunal President Sir William Web.