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U.S. Army TJAGLCS: Selected Theses

The full text of selected theses presented to the Judge Advocate General’s School, especially those which are pertinent to recent world events and which particularly address some of the current research needs and interests of The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center & School Library, U.S. Army, Charlottesville, Virginia External Link, will be added regularly to this site.

Court-Martial Jurisdiction (June 10, 1986)
by Jan Horbaly
The Exercising of Military and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Over Civilians and War Crimes (March 1976)
by Eugene A. Steffen
A New Look at the Code of Conduct (April 1974)
by Holman J. Barnes, Jr.
Obedience to Orders as a Defense to a Criminal Act (March 1971)
by Luther N. Norene
Bombardment of and Targets—Military Necessity and Proportionality Interpellated (April 1968)
by Kenneth Alan Raby
War Crimes Trials: Procedural Due Process (April 1967)
by Charles J. Baldree
Belligerent Occupation (April 1965)
by Laurence J. Beltman
The Juridical Character of Nonstatutory Military Tribunals (April 1963)
by M. Douglas Hodges
Legality of Orders (April 1962)
by Robert E. Boyer
The Juridical Basis of the Distinction between Lawful Combatant and Unprivileged Belligerent (1959)
by Howard Vincent
Belligerent Occupation (May 1955)
by Joseph P. Ramsay
Geneva Convention of 1949 Relative to Projection of Civilian Persons in Time of War (1954)
by Dugald W. Hudson
Must the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States, 1951, be Applied in War Crimes Trials? (May 1954)
by Noel J. Cipriano
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