Yamashita's defense counsels, Oct 1945.  Seated: Lt. Col. Gordon Feldhaus, Col. Harry E. Clarke, Sr., Lt. Col. Walter Hendricks.  Standing: Capt. Frank Reel, Maj. George Guy, Capt. Milton Sandberg

Caption   Yamashita's defense counsels, Oct 1945. Seated: Lt. Col. Gordon Feldhaus, Col. Harry E. Clarke, Sr., Lt. Col. Walter Hendricks. Standing: Capt. Frank Reel, Maj. George Guy, Capt. Milton Sandberg ww2dbase
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Added Date 7 Dec 2006

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1. Don Walker says:
16 May 2017 06:17:09 AM

Thank you for keeping this fragment of history available to those interested in the immediate aftermath of WW2. (I had been reading about the late Hiro Onoda when I ran across your website.) The Yamashita trial remains a dark chapter of American jurisprudence.

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