WWII JAG Case Files, Pacific - Army record example

WWII JAG Case Files, Pacific - Army

Records: 3,962 · Complete: 100%

JAG is the acronym for Judge Advocate General. These records comprise legal case files relating to crimes committed during World War II by Japanese soldiers and sailors, prosecuted under US military law. Not all of the accused were guilty. These records are sorted by case file titles. Some files are brief, while others may contain hundreds of pages of testimony, correspondence, and court documents.

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Example Records

Report of a young Japanese-American who was in Japan when the war broke out.
Report of a young Japanese-American who was in Japan when the war broke out.
Translation of a page of a Japanese soldier's diary
Translation of a page of a Japanese soldier's diary
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Source Information

"Army JAG Case Files of Pacific Area War Crimes Trials, 1944-1949 (Including Iwanami Case)" database with images Fold3 (https://www.fold3.com//title/491/wwii-jag-case-files-pacific-army: accessed February 28, 2021)

Publication Title
WWII JAG Case Files, Pacific - Army
Total Records
3,962 · Complete: 100%
Content Source
The National Archives logoThe National Archives
Publication Number
C73
Published on Fold3
05 Nov 2007
Last Updated
05 Nov 2007
Description
NARA C73. Trial documents relating to Japanese prisoners of war and crimes committed during World War II.