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Index & Legislative History of the UCMJ (1950)

The Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) is a federal law enacted by the United States Congress and is the foundation for the United States military justice system. The UCMJ was first established in 1950, and underwent major revisions in 1968 and 1983. Several subsequent amendments to the UCMJ have been made by Congress. The UCMJ may be cited as United States Code, Title 10, Subtitle A, Part II, Chapter 47 External Link.
(Library of Congress Call Number KF7604.553.A15 1950; OCLC Number 276782273)

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Index and Legislative History, Uniform Code of Military Justice Title page and Index Hearings . . . on H. R. 2498 House Report (Brooks) [To accompany H. R. 4080] Hearings . . . on S. 857 and H. R. 4080 Senate Report (Kefauver) [To accompany H. R. 4080] Conference Report (Brooks) [To accompany H. R. 4080]

 

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