46 American Bar Association Journal 1085 (1960)
This is the concluding portion of Judge Robinson's discussion of the Convention Relative to the Opening of Hostilities, signed at The Hague in 1907 (the "Third Hague Convention"), and its impact upon the 1948 Tokyo war crimes trial. Judge Robinson was United States counsel and naval legal officer in charge of the Pearl Harbor phase and other parts of the Tokyo trial. The first portion of his article appeared in the September issue of the Journal, beginning at page 973.
Robinson, James J., "Surprise Attack: Crime at Pearl Harbor and Now (Part II)" (1960). Articles by Maurer Faculty. 2232.