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Legal Work of the War Department

A History of the Judge Advocate General’s Department

1 July 1940 - 31 December 1945

Army Service Forces, Office of the Judge Advocate General, Washington, D.C. At the time of writing, the Judge Advocate General’s Office—referred to as the “nerve center of all the legal activities of the War Department”—was housed on three floors of the Munitions Building on Constitution Avenue in Washington. Beginning with a brief overview of the duties and responsibilities of the Judge Advocate General and the Judge Advocate General’s Department, this 382-page history describes the developments in the department from July 1940 through 1945.

 

War Department Munitions Building on Constitution Ave., Washington, D.C.
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