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Brannon Letter February 27, 1947
Outcome of the tennis match with Prince Takamatsu. Problem of diction before the Tribunal.
Brannon Letter February 5, 1947
[enclosure: letter from Lois Brannon to John G. Brannon] Life in Japan and back home.
Brannon Letter April 12, 1947
[enclosure: manuscript discussing the Dai Iti Hotel] Regarding social life in Tokyo.
Brannon Letter June 17, 1948
The verdict to come in August. Travel in Japan and politics back in Kansas City.
Brannon Letter March 21, 1948
Brannon Letter February 18, 1947
Politics in Washington, DC.
Brannon Letter February 3, 1947
The defense’s motion to dismiss is denied. The defense is allowed to prepare for 3 weeks. Brannon writes that he does not want to take an active part in court, because he does not wish to speak against his country. The ...
Brannon Letter July 2, 1948
British occupation of Israel ends. The regulation that Japan cannot have an army or navy. The upcoming election between Truman and Dewey.
Brannon Letter February 26, 1947
The trial and the defense team. Brannon’s declaration that he is an American first and a lawyer second.
Brannon Letter February 23, 1947
Tennis with Prince Takamatsu.