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Camp Hood - Court Martial of 2nd Lt. Robinson

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When Jack Robinson was a cavalry officer with the 761st Tank Batallion, during World War II, he was put through a court-martial at Camp Hood.

This photograph depicts the appearance of Camp Hood - today known as Fort Hood - at about the time Robinson was stationed there.

The trial took place on August 2, 1944.


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Image of Camp Hood, Texas, online courtesy U.S. National Archives.

 

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