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WW2 Army JAG misjustice
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G.I. JOE MAGAZINE was established shortly after the war by a shrewd, commerce-driven soul who fully recognized that the American veterans of W.W. II would have a good deal to say about their military hardships, and would need a venue in which to do it. The attached article was written by a veteran who preferred to remain anonymous; the righteous indignation can be keenly sensed in his prose as he explained the three-tiered justice system that he believed to have been built into the offices of the U.S. Army military court system. The first tier meted out soft justice for officers, the second dispensed a harsh justice to White enlisted men, and the bottom tier dished-out a far more vile variety to the American soldiers of African descent.

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The Biased Military Courts of the U.S. Army (G.I. Joe Magazine, 1945)

The Biased Military Courts of the U.S. Army (G.I. Joe Magazine, 1945)

The Biased Military Courts of the U.S. Army (G.I. Joe Magazine, 1945)

The Biased Military Courts of the U.S. Army (G.I. Joe Magazine, 1945)

The Biased Military Courts of the U.S. Army (G.I. Joe Magazine, 1945)

The Biased Military Courts of the U.S. Army (G.I. Joe Magazine, 1945)

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