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|Description:||The Navy defendants were interested in Nomura's story of the delayed Japanese notification of the Pearl Harbor attack. Reading around the table from left to right, Okuyama (Counsel for Kagans), Takahaski (Counsel for Shimada, Navy Minister), McDermoth (Counsel for Shimada), Admiral Nomura (Japanese Ambassador to the United States), John Brannon, Elaine Fischel, Yamaska (New York attorney), Colonel Warren (Council for Admiral Oka, one of the accused).|
|Date:||September 12, 1946|
|Related Collection:||John G. Brannon Papers|
|ARC Keywords:||Lawyers; War crime trials; Diplomats|
|People Pictured:||Brannon, John G. (John Gregory), 1913-1987; Fischel, Elaine B., 1921-; Nomura, Kichisaburo, 1877-1964|
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