United States.Navy.Court-martial (Mackenzie : 1843); Somers (Brig : 1842-1846); Somers Mutiny, 1842; Courts-martial and courts of inquiry -- United States
CASE OF THE SOMERS' MUTINY
DEFENCE OF ALEXANDER SLIDELL MACKENZIE
COMMANDER OF THE U.S. BRIG SOMERS,
BEFORE THE COURT MARTIAL HELD AT THE NAVY YARD, BROOKLYN
TRlBUNE OFFICE, 160 NASSAU STREET,
CASE OF THE SOMERS'...
Michelson, Albert A. (Albert Abraham), 1852-1931; Newcomb, Simon, 1835-1909; Holden, Edward S. (Edward Singleton), 1846-1914; Hale, George Ellery, 1868-1938; Frost, Edwin Brant, 1866-1935; Sperry, Elmer Ambrose, 1860-1930; Pease, Francis Gladheim,...
X-300 Letter, Glenn M .. Hobbs, Supt., University
• 27 of Chicago Laboratory Supply Department,
February 21, 1903, to Professor Geo~ E.
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CRUISE OF THE SOMERS:
ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE
DESPOTISM OF THE QUARTERDECK
THE UNMANLY CONDUCT OF COMMANDER MACKENZIE
"Difficulty is a bugbear to children, a stimulus to men."
J. WINCHESTER, NEW WORLD PRESS, 30 ANN ST.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Propaganda; Propaganda, American -- Japan -- History -- 20th century; World War, 1939-1945 -- Pacific Area;
A) To Soldiers: This island can be reached from the homeland after a few hours' flight. Nevertheless, it is as isolated as if it were at the South Pole. You can hope for no help no matter how much you struggle against the overwhelming American...
World War, 1939-1945 -- Propaganda; Propaganda, American -- Japan -- History -- 20th century; World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Japan; Bombing, Aerial; Incendiary bombs;
The Gumbatsu boldly urge resistance from the safety of their fine air-raid shelters -- but your shelters are only the entrance halls for death!
Every day of added resistance will bring greater terror upon you. Bombs will blast great holes in your...
World War, 1939-1945 -- Propaganda; Propaganda, American -- Japan -- History -- 20th century; Prisoners of war -- Japan;
To tell the truth, you are our enemy; and just as you do not have any concern for us, so we do not care about you. What you do with your lives is no concern of ours.
However, we do treat Japanese who come over to us with kindness. the reason is...
World War, 1939-1945 -- Propaganda; Propaganda, American -- Japan -- History -- 20th century; Bombing, Aerial;
Since our new giant bombers began their frequent air raids against Japan proper in Juen and our Navy and Marines captured Saipan, Tinian, and Guam, your leaders at home have been fearful lest Japan itself be invaded and seized. In a radio...
New York Jany 3rd 1843
Although a personal stranger to you, I cannot
restrain the expression of my feelings to you, in this moment of
universal excitement—I am a very old soldier of the Revolution,
and was present at Head...