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Military Legal Research

The Library of Congress maintains a resource for military legal research. The site is part of the “Federal Research Division.” On this website, a researcher will find a variety of items including court martial manuals, Army regulations, Geneva Convention materials, war crime trial materials, and issues of both the “Army Lawyer” and “Military Law Review” periodicals.

Another place to visit for these types of materials is the Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center Library. Here the researcher will find links to various military libraries and to the MERLN (Military Education Research Library Network) website. MERLN has an extensive collection of resources including U.S. policy statements, white papers, and a digital collection of military papers, lectures, and reports.

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