JAG Personnel Training During World War II
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|Title:||JAG Personnel Training During World War II|
|Description:||History of schooling of commissioned officers, Judge Advocate General’s Department, 2 February 1942 – 30 June 1944: (3)+61p, Ann Arbor, Michigan, The Judge Advocate General‘s School, n.d. (1945?) (History of a greatly expanded JAG personnel training programs, first in the facilities of the National Univ. Law School in Washington, D.C., and then at the Univ. of Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor.) |
|Fiche Notes:||Available on 1 24X fiche|
|LLMC Title #:||97167|
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