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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'...
Girault, A. N. (Arsène Napoléon), 1801-1874; Girault, Edward Lepelltier 1832-1910; French language -- composition and exercises; Education -- United States; Manuscripts; Correspondence; Legal documents;
Great Britain. Royal Navy -- Submarine forces; United States. Navy -- Submarine forces; Scorpion (Submarine (nuclear powered : SSN-589); Thresher (Submarine (nuclear powered) : SSN-593); Thetis (Submarine) Manuscripts; Articles; Clippings...
U.S. Brig Somers, New York Jan 11, 1843
My dear Sir,
In taking up my pen to reply to
your valuable and most welcome letter of the 3 instant I have
little hope of expressing to you a tithe of the gratification which
I have derived myself, and a...
United States Naval Academy. Dept. of Leadership, Ethics and Law; United States Naval Academy -- Students; United States Naval Academy -- Faculty; Naval education -- United States; United States Naval Academy -- History -- 20th century;
Executive Department. Seminar for First Class in Leadership. The leader is Lieutenant Colonel Lowell E. English, U.S. Marine Corps, who is in charge of all instruction in this course. "Leadership can be taught in the classroom by the seminar...
United States Naval Academy. Department of Ethics and English Studies; United States Naval Academy -- Curricula Manuscripts; Notebooks Ethics -- Study and teaching; Military ethics -- Study and teaching; English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and...
World War, 1939-1945 -- Propaganda; Propaganda, American -- Japan -- History -- 20th century; Prisoners of war -- Japan; Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905;
Many Japanese believe that it is a disgrace to cease hostilities at one's request after fighting to the best of one's ability.
Where did you get this idea? Who made you think this?
There was no such idea when the Tokugawa submitted to the Emperor...