Brannon Letter January 13, 1947
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John G. Brannon
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 in the dissertation of Galen Irvin Johnson Defending the Japanese Warlords: American attorneys at the Tokyo War Crimes Trial 1946-1948, 4/30/1998.)
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