The Military Legal Resources collection is now available online. You might recall that this collection has been through a few significant changes over the years, but it has finally found a home as a Library collection, where it is linked through the catalog and the Law Library’s U.S. Law Digital Collections.
New finding and navigation aids will be added soon, but for now please take a look at the extensive metadata to browse through all that this collection offers. My blog post from two years ago describes more about
what this collection offers, including all editions of The Army Lawyer, the Military Law Review, and the International Review of the Red Cross; legislative histories; the personal library of Brigadier General Lieber; and hearings, inquiries, and war crimes trials from the U.S. Civil War through the Vietnam War.
Many thanks to our friends across the Library of Congress and in the Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School for making this possible!
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