Lieutenant, Your Cap's on Backwards

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Lulu.com, Nov 19, 2008 - 369 pages
This is an account of the experiences of an Army lawyer stationed in Germany during the period 1953-1955, when the Cold War was almost a hot war.
 

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Contents

A Notable New Years Eve
1
The Cold War
15
Preude to the Cold War
23
Inspecting the Mess
33
The Jag School
39
Orders to Europe
45
The Close Combat and Inltration Courses
49
On the Way to Germany
55
General Gavin
177
VII Corps
183
The Anatomy of a Court Martial Nürnberg Germany
187
Thanksgiving 1953
207
Christmas Away from Home
213
Liars Dice
223
Skiing with the Cowans in Kandersteg
233
I Need a Lawyer
239

Germany
71
Ready for the Defendant
79
Getting Settled
83
The Kasernes
91
Nürnberg
105
Straubing
109
What a Difference a Year Makes
111
J A Section VII Corps Headquarters
117
A Jag School Reunion
127
The Unsuccessful Defense of James Fritts
131
A Brand New Morris Minor Convertible
133
Echterdingen Aireld
143
The Berlin Riots of June 17 1953
147
Switzerland
151
The Memphis Blues
153
Dachau
161
A Wedding in France
165
Berlin
247
A Change in Command
261
Coming in on a Wing and a Prayer
269
United States V Samuel A Carver
279
Two Weeks Leave The Low Countries England and France
297
The Chain of Custody
305
Orders Home
313
A not so Merry Christmas
317
Stockholm Sweden
325
Heading Home on the Haan
329
Letters Crossing in the Mail
335
Memphis in June
341
Conclusion
345
Epilogue
349
Acknowledgements
357
About the Author
359
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