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    • Brannon Letter January 12, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-12)
      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 13, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-13)
      Brannon details the death of Nagano and Nagano as a person. Morality of the trial and the lack of concern for the Japanese by Americans in occupation. Unfair treatment of the Japanese prisoners. (This letter was referenced ...
    • Brannon Letter January 17, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-17)
      Discussion of Kansas City politics. Brannon writes about a non-Tribunal client who is a German Jew living in Japan. His client was placed in a Japanese concentration camp for a while. His client works for another German ...
    • Brannon Letter January 19, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-19)
      Writes about the Tribunal, that the Japanese side of the story not being told.
    • Brannon Letter January 22, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-22)
      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 January 23, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-23)
      The state of Brannon’s practice at home.
    • Brannon Letter January 23, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-23)
      Brannon tells the story of the making of the Yamamoto daggers and how he came by one.
    • Brannon Letter January 29, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-29)
      [enclosures: letter from Thomas E. Walsh to John G. Brannon and newspaper clipping] State of Brannon’s office in Kansas City. Newspaper clipping regarding the Prosecution’s case.
    • Brannon Letter January 31, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-31)
      Matters back in Kansas City.
    • Brannon Letter February 3, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-03)
      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 February 5, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-05)
      [enclosure: letter from Lois Brannon to John G. Brannon] Life in Japan and back home.
    • Brannon Letter February 6, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-06)
      [enclosure: newspaper article] Japanese current affairs and communism in Japan.
    • Brannon Letter February 18, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-18)
      Politics in Washington, DC.
    • Brannon Letter February 19, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-19)
      A fire in Tokyo and the devastation of the fire.
    • Brannon Letter February 22 & 25, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-22)
      The Defense to state its case. Life in Tokyo post war.
    • Brannon Letter February 23, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-23)
      Tennis with Prince Takamatsu.
    • Brannon Letter February 24, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-24)
      Writing an argument for the Court.
    • Brannon Letter February 26, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-26)
      The trial and the defense team. Brannon’s declaration that he is an American first and a lawyer second.
    • Brannon Letter February 27, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-27)
      Part of a poem written by John Brannon.
    • Brannon Letter February 27, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-02-27)
      Outcome of the tennis match with Prince Takamatsu. Problem of diction before the Tribunal.