Monthly Archives: June 2011

Reminiscences of a Senescent Former JAG Officer


When I went away to college in 1959, I joined the Army ROTC because I was concerned about the probability of being drafted and preferred to serve eventually as an officer rather than as an enlisted man. I had no … Continue reading

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The Korean Situation is Highly Complex and Difficult


In 1910 Korea, long under Japanese military occupation, was formally annexed by Japan. North and South Korea have been divided more or less along the 38th parallel since 1948. This flowed from the 1945 surrender of Japan and the decision … Continue reading

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