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    • Brannon Letter January 22, 1944 

      John G. Brannon (1944-01-22)
      [to Bernard C. Brannon from his mother]
    • Brannon Letter December 1, 1945 

      John G. Brannon (1945-12-01)
      A letter to Bernard from Hayashi (in Japanese) with a typed translation. Brannon mentions attending a party at the Akaska rikyu – detached Palace of the Emperor of Japan and he will be the first foreigner there since ...
    • Brannon Letter Undated letter (possibly 1946-1947) 

      John G. Brannon (1946)
      Questioning Admiral Richardson. Flattering comment from Keenan.
    • Brannon Letter February 17, 1946 

      John G. Brannon (1946-02-17)
      Brannon comments on the book “The Lost War.” The Japanese concept of government.
    • Brannon Letter November 27, 1946 

      John G. Brannon (1946-11-27)
      Conclusion of the Prosecution’s Pearl Harbor phase of the case. The Japanese people and life in Japan.
    • Brannon Letter December 2, 1946 

      John G. Brannon (1946-12-02)
      Travel to Singapore for witnesses for Nagano’s defense.
    • Brannon Letter December 7, 1946 

      John G. Brannon (1946-12-07)
      Brannon’s cross-examination of Admiral Richardson on November 25 and 26th, 1946. Financial problems of keeping the employees afloat during the trial.
    • Brannon Letter December 14, 1946 

      John G. Brannon (1946-12-14)
      Restrictions and regulations being placed on the defense counsel. Brannon wonders “Shall I take a sincere defense and protect the U.S. or shall I go all out?” Richardson cross-examination and the cross-examination in ...
    • Brannon Letter December 17, 1946 

      John G. Brannon (1946-12-17)
      The Richardson cross-examination. Reduction of the Defense staff, Warren the lawyer for Admiral Oka leaving and the lawyer for Admiral Shimada being sent home for infraction of rules.
    • Brannon Letter December 22, 1946 

      John G. Brannon (1946-12-22)
      A poorly typed transcription of the letter via computer accompanies the hand written letter. The defense’s preparations and almost ready to start their portion of the trial. The disparity between the Prosecution’s resources ...
    • Brannon Letter December 23, 1946 

      John G. Brannon (1946-12-23)
      Discussion of Tokyo and acquaintances at Christmas time. Mentions President of the Tribunal Sir William Webb as well as French Judge Bernard.
    • Brannon Letter December 25, 1946 

      John G. Brannon (1946-12-25)
      Christmas Eve at a Japanese Tsuchiya’s house for dinner. Mentions Watanake obtaining for him a sword of Yamamoto.
    • Brannon Letter December 29, 1946 

      John G. Brannon (1946-12-29)
      Reflections of the year.
    • Brannon Letter Undated letter (possibly 1947) 

      John G. Brannon (1947)
      Discussion of proximate cause and the atomic bomb. The success of the United Nations.
    • Second Film Footage of Post-WWII Japan 

      Brannon, John G. (1947)
      A second film created by John G. Brannon of Post-WWII Japan taken during his time there. The original was recorded on 16mm film.
    • Footage of Post-WWII Japan 

      Brannon, John G. (1947)
      Video footage of Post-WWII Japan taken by John G. Brannon. In several clips Mr. Brannon appears on camera. Originally recorded on 16mm film.
    • Brannon Letter January 1, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-01)
      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 January 5, 1947 enclosure: Japan Times Weekly article 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-05)
      The Japan Times Weekly article dated 7/23/1942, was not written by an American. The Bataan Death March. One year anniversary of Nagano’s death. (There is a discrepancy here, the letter states it is one year from Nagano’s ...
    • Brannon Letter January 5, 1947 enclosure: Japan Times Weekly article 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-05)
      The Japan Times Weekly article dated 7/23/1942, was not written by an American. The Bataan Death March. One year anniversary of Nagano’s death. (There is a discrepancy here, the letter states it is one year from Nagano’s ...
    • Brannon Letter January 10, 1947 

      John G. Brannon (1947-01-10)
      Meeting and having dinner with Prince Takamatsu.