Brannon Letter December 1, 1945
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John G. Brannon
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 before the war. The translation includes quotes from the Emperor’s Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal, Kido the quotation is centered around Nagano’s interview with the Emperor over whether the Navy could defeat the Americans dated July 31, 1941. Brannon’s cross examination of Admiral Richardson.
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