The Hannah Arendt Papers
This page links to the papers of author, educator, and political philosopher Hannah Arendt, which have become one of the principal sources for the study of modern intellectual life
Major Eugene A. Steffen - Steffen, Eugene A.
THE JURIDICAL CHlARACTER OF NONSTATUTORY MILITARY TRIBUNALS
THE JURIDICAL CHliFiACTER O NONSTiYITJTORY F M I L I M Y TRIBUNALS A Thesis Presented To The Judge Advocate General's School The opinions and conclusions expressed h e r e i n a r e those of t h e i n d i v i d u a l s t u a e n t author and do n o t ...
Major M. Douglas Hodges - Hodges, M. Douglas
THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL tS SCHOOL Charlottesville, ~ i r g h i a April M I L I T A R Y Lt, Col, Thomas C M. a , 1953 COMMISSIONS JAGC Major Joseph E Cooper, JAGC . 7 / ' e * - ' Captain W i l l i a m F, Goodman, JAGC Judge Advocates - TABLZ OF CONTENTS ---Page ...
Marmon, Thomas C.
War Crimes Trials: Procedural Due Process: A Thesis
WAR CRIMES TRIALS: PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS A Thesis Presented To The Judge Advocate General's School, U. S. Anny The opinions and conclusions expressed herein are those of the individual student author and do not necessarily represent the views of either The Judge Advocate General's School, U. S o Army, or any other governmental agency. Rsferences to this study should include the foregoing statement. bs ...
Major Charles J. Baldree - Baldree, Charles, J.
Obedience to Orders as a Defense to a Criminal Act
'. OBEDIENCE TO ORDEHS AS A: DEFENSE TO A CRIHlrIAL ACT A Thesis Presented to The Judge Advocate General's School; U. S. A;:,!'J.Y • The opinions and conclusions herein are those of the individual student author and do not necessarily represent the vie"Ts of either the Judge' Advocate General's School, U. S. Army, or any other governnental ?gency. References to this stUdy should include ...
Jags - Norene, Luther N.
Martial Law in Hawaii, December 7, 1941- April 4, 1943
1'1.-lffil'IP.L V\vT IN HAI'lAn DE~~ER 7, 1941--APRIL 4, 1943 Foreword During the Fall of 1941 diplomatic relations between the United States a~d Japan, which had been steadily deteriorating, took a sudden turn fOl' the worse. In Hovember of that year envoys from Jzpan had cone to \.-!asblngton ostensibly for the purpose of settling by peac~:;ful nenns existing intarrational differences. Long p:cevio·:J.sly to these conferences ...
Maj. Gen. Thomas H. Green, Usa (Ret.) - Green, Thomas H.