Donald E. Wilkes Jr.

Professor of Law Emeritus

B.A., University of Florida, 1965 
J.D., University of Florida, 1969


Courses

Criminal Procedure I
English Legal History
Postconviction Relief
Habeas Corpus
Dreyfus Seminar


Biographical Information

For over 40 years, from September 1, 1971 to June 1, 2012, Donald E. Wilkes, Jr. was a law professor at the University of Georgia School of Law.  Since June 1, 2013, Prof. Wilkes has been a Professor of Law Emeritus at the University of Georgia School of Law.

Professor Wilkes is the author of more than 270 published scholarly works, including 5 books (which have gone through a total of 21 second or subsequent editions), 2 book chapters, 11 law review articles, 3 law review book reviews, 5 encyclopedia articles, 2 bar journal articles, a search and seizure law report article, 20 book supplements, and more than 170 scholarly articles in magazines, newspapers, and professional journals. One of Prof. Wilkes’ books is a 3-volume treatise over 4,800 pages long. Another is a 2-volume treatise nearly 1,600 pages long.

From 1969 to 1971 Professor Wilkes was a law clerk to the Hon. Ben Krentzman, United States District Judge in the Tampa Division of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. From 1975 to 1976, while on a leave of absence from the law school, Professor Wilkes was a Fellow in Law and the Humanities at Harvard University.

Professor Wilkes is a nationally recognized authority in the fields of criminal procedure, capital punishment, and postconviction remedies. Professor Wilkes is one of the leading authorities in the world on the writ of habeas corpus, and in London, England has engaged in extensive research on the history of the writ at such research facilities as the British Library, the Public Record Office (now the National Archives), the University of London, the House of Lords Record Office (now the Parliamentary Archives), the Institute of Historical Research, and the Royal Historical Society. Recently, the Supreme Court of Georgia cited Professor Wilkes' article, The Writ of Habeas Corpus in Georgia, 12 Ga. B.J. 20 (Feb. 2007), in its opinion in Nguyen v. State, 282 Ga. 483 (2007).  The Supreme Court of the United States twice cited one of Prof. Wilkes’ books, State Postconviction Remedies and Relief Handbook, in its opinion in Wahl v. Kholi, 131 S.Ct. 1278 (U.S. 2011).

Professor Wilkes also has spent time in Paris, France engaged in historical research on the renowned Dreyfus Affair, taught a seminar on the Dreyfus Affair, and has published 4 scholarly articles on the Affair.

Professor Wilkes is the author of the seminal law review articles, The New Federalism in Criminal Procedure: State Court Evasion of the Burger Court, 62 Ky. L.J. 421 (1974), and First Things Last: Amendomania and State Bills of Rights, 54 Miss. L.J. 223 (1984).

With Matthew Kramer, in 1997 Professor Wilkes created the leading Web site on the Glorious Revolution of 1688.

Professor Wilkes has been a member of the State Bar of Georgia and licensed to practice law in Georgia and in various federal courts since 1972.

Professor Wilkes was born in Daytona Beach, Florida on July 30, 1944.

More than 160 of Professor Wilkes’ publications may be accessed by clicking on the Digital Commons link on this page.

Representative Publications

 

Encyclopedia, Magazine, Newspaper, and Professional Journal Articles by Prof. Wilkes Online
Criminal Procedure Articles
Historical Articles
JFK Assassination Articles
Other Assassination Articles

 

 

Scholarly Work by Prof. Wilkes Online
Criminal Procedure Chrestomathy
Inimicus Libertatis
Glorious Revolution of 1688 Website www.thegloriousrevolution.org
Alfred Dreyfus Materials


Publications & Activities

PUBLISHED BOOKS
PUBLISHED ARTICLES
PUBLISHED BOOK REVIEWS IN LAW REVIEWS
PUBLISHED ENCYCLOPEDIA, MAGAZINE, NEWSPAPER, AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNAL ARTICLES ONLINE
UNPUBLISHED MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ONLINE

PUBLISHED BOOKS

STATE POSTCONVICTION REMEDIES AND RELIEF HANDBOOK (2006) [3 vols.]; (2d ed. 2007) [3 vols.]; (3d ed. 2007-2008) [3 vols.]; (4th ed. 2008-2009) [3 vols.]; (5th ed. 2009-2010) [4 vols.]; (6th ed. 2010-2011) [4 vols.] (Thomson/West).

FEDERAL POSTCONVICTION REMEDIES AND RELIEF HANDBOOK (2003); (2d ed. 2004); (3d ed. 2006); (4th ed. 2007); (5th ed. 2007-2008); (6th ed. 2008); (7th ed. 2009); (8th ed. 2010); (9th ed. 2011) (10th ed. 2012) (11th ed. 2013) (Thomson/West).

FEDERAL POSTCONVICTION REMEDIES AND RELIEF (1996 & Supps. 1997, 1998 & 1999).

STATE POSTCONVICTION REMEDIES AND RELIEF (1996 & Supps. 1997, 1998 & 1999); (2d ed. 2001 [2 vols.] & Supps. 2002 [2 vols.] & 2003 [2 vols.]).

FEDERAL AND STATE POSTCONVICTION REMEDIES AND RELIEF (1983 & Supps. 1983, 1984, 1985 & 1986); (2d ed. 1987 & Supps. 1988, 1989 & 1990); (3d ed. 1992 & Supps. 1993, 1994 & 1995).

PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Habeas Corpus Proceedings in the High Court of Parliament in the Reign of James I, 1603-1625, 54 Am. J. Legal Hist. 200 (2014).

From Oglethorpe to the Overthrow of the Confederacy: Habeas Corpus in Georgia, 1733-1865, 45 Ga. L. Rev. 1015 (2011).

History of the Western Judicial Circuit, 17 Ga. B.J. 26 (Oct. 2011).

The Writ of Habeas Corpus in Georgia, 12 Ga. B.J. 20 (Feb. 2007).

Writ of Habeas Corpus, in 2 LEGAL SYSTEMS OF THE WORLD: A POLITICAL, SOCIAL, AND CULTURAL ENCYCLOPEDIA 645 (Herbert M. Kritzer ed. 2002).

The Great Writ: No Longer as Dear to the Tories as to the Whigs--A Critique of Sen. Nunn’s Habeas Corpus Article, 7 Woodrow Wilson J.L. 25 (1985-1987).

The New Federalism in Criminal Procedure in 1984: Death of the Phoenix?, in DEVELOPMENTS IN STATE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 166 (Bradley D. McGraw ed. 1985).

First Things Last: Amendomania and State Bills of Rights, 54 Miss. L.J. 223 (1984), reprinted in THE BILL OF RIGHTS AND THE STATES 387 (Paul L. Murphy ed. 1990).

Postconviction Habeas Corpus Relief in Georgia: A Decade After the Habeas Corpus Act, 12 Ga. L. Rev. 249 (1978).

Federal Postconviction Relief, 4 Search & Seizure L. Rep. 1 (March 1977).

"A Most Deplorable Paradox": Admitting Illegally Obtained Evidence in Georgia--Past, Present, and Future, 11 Ga. L. Rev. 105 (1976).

The New Federalism in Criminal Procedure Revisited, 64 Ky. L. J. 729 (1976).

More on the New Federalism in Criminal Procedure, 63 Ky. L. J. 873 (1975).

A Critique of Two Arguments Against the Exclusionary Rule: The Historical Error and the Comparative Myth, 32 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 881 (1975).

The New Federalism in Criminal Procedure: State Court Evasion of the Burger Court, 62 Ky. L.J. 421 (1974).

A New Role for an Ancient Writ: Postconviction Habeas Corpus Relief in Georgia (pts. 1 & 2), 8 Ga. L. Rev. 313, 9 Ga. L. Rev. 13 (1974).

PUBLISHED BOOK REVIEWS IN LAW REVIEWS

1974 Wash. U. L. Q. 193.

8 Ga. L. Rev. 279 (1973).

7 Ga. L. Rev. 198 (1972).

PUBLISHED ENCYCLOPEDIA, MAGAZINE, NEWSPAPER, AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNAL ARTICLES ONLINE

The Unsolved Murder of JFK's Mistress, Flagpole Magazine, p. 26 (May 30, 2012)

The CIA Murdered JFK?, Flagpole Magazine, p. 34 (November 16, 2011).

Demythologizing the Lost Cause, Flagpole Magazine, p. 30 (November 9, 2011).

The Troy Davis Tragedy, Flagpole Magazine, p. 30 (October 19, 2011).

The Western Judicial Circuit -- Today and in Bygone Times, Part Two, Flagpole Magazine, p. 6 (June 8, 2011).

The Western Judicial Circuit -- Today and in Bygone Times, Part One, Flagpole Magazine, p. 7 (June 1, 2011).

Clemency for Troy Davis, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 14 (May 14 & 15, 2011).

Lee Harvey Oswald's Last Lover?, Flagpole Magazine, (December 8, 2010) (online edition).

Court of Appeals of Georgia, New Georgia Encyclopedia, (December 2, 2010).

The Professor with the Limp and the Cane and the Cop with the Gun and the Badge, Flagpole Magazine, (December 1, 2010) (online edition).

The Final Chapter of the Troy Davis Case, Flagpole Magazine, (October 27, 2010) (online edition).

Throttling Miranda, Flagpole Magazine, (July 21, 2010) (online edition).

The Stupidest Lawyering Ever, Flagpole Magazine, p.3 (June 30, 2010).

Indestructible Unalienable Rights, Athens Human Rights Festival, (May 1-2, 2010).

Woolfolk Murder Case, New Georgia Encyclopedia, (December 18, 2009).

RFK and the JFK Assassination, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (November 18, 2009).

The Writ of Habeas Corpus, New Georgia Encyclopedia (October 29, 2009).

Torture and the Tablets of Eternity, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (May 27, 2009).

Oliver H. Prince (1782-1837), New Georgia Encyclopedia, (May 15, 2009).

Death Penalty on Deathbed, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 12 (May 2-3, 2009).

There Should Be No Federal Prosecution of Brian Nichols, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, p. A12 (January 8, 2009).

Mafia Murder?, Flagpole Magazine, p. 11 (November 26, 2008).

Blunders and Wonders of Nov. 22, 1963, Flagpole Magazine, p. 9 (November 19, 2008).

Habeas Corpus Uncorpsed, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (July 9, 2008).

A Mammoth of Disinformation, Flagpole Magazine, (June 18, 2008 online edition).

A Rodent in Robes, Flagpole Magazine, p. 11 (May 8, 2008).

The Anti-Enlightenment and Human Rights, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 4 (May 3-4, 2008).

The Cop in the Stall is King, Flagpole Magazine, p. 7 (January 9, 2008).

Justice Gets a New Lease on Life, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, p. A13 (October 30, 2007).

Legislation Only Way to Get Eyewitness ID Reform, The Athens Banner-Herald, p. A8 (October 11, 2007).

History Professors Study Our Greatest Murder Mystery, Flagpole Magazine, p. 7 (June 27, 2007).

Thurbert Baker Behaving Badly, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, p. 3B (June 17, 2007).

Unforgivable Racism:  Black Men, Criminal Justice, Res Ipsa Magazine, p.1 (Spring Finals Edition 2007).

Kafka (and Grisham) in Oklahoma, Flagpole Magazine, p. 9 (February 7, 2007).

Pot Pope Imprisoned, Flagpole Magazine, p. 31 (December 20, 2006).

JFK Blown Away--Hooray!, Flagpole Magazine, p. 7 (November 22, 2006).

Habeas Corpse: The Great Writ Hit, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (November 15, 2006).

I Accuse You, Clarence Thomas!, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (October 18, 2006).

SWATstika Policing, Flagpole Magazine, p. 7 (September 6, 2006).

Still Striking Foul Blows, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (May 17, 2006).

Human Rights and Due Process of Law, Athens Human Rights Festival, p.14 (May 6 & May 7, 2006). Also published in Flagpole Magazine, p.10 (May 3, 2006).

Habeas Corpus and Baseball, Res Ipsa, p.1 (Spring Finals Edition 2006).

Deus Ex Mafia: The Solution to America's Greatest Murder Mystery?, Flagpole Magazine, p. 9 (January 25, 2006).

Destiny Betrayed: The CIA, Oswald and the JFK Assassination, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (December 7, 2005).

Lincoln Assassinated!, Part 2, Flagpole Magazine, p.12 (April 27, 2005).

Lincoln Assassinated!, Flagpole Magazine, p. 11 (April 20, 2005).

Making the Lawful Awful: Amending Bills of Rights to Abolish or Deny Rights, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 4 (April 23 & 24, 2005).

The Continuing Search for the Truth about the JFK Assassination, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (December 1, 2004).

Wrongly Accused, Falsely Convicted, Wantonly Murdered, Flagpole Magazine, p. 7 (May 5, 2004).

Bigotry Always Has Its Reasons, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 3 (May 1 & 2, 2004).

Exonerated by DNA After 16 Years in Prison, Flagpole Magazine, p. 13 (January 21, 2004).

Sen. Richard Russell and the Great American Murder Mystery, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (November 19, 2003).

Lawrence v. Texas:  An Historic Human Rights Victory, Flagpole Magazine, p. 9 (October 15, 2003).

The Death Flight of Larry McDonald, Flagpole Magazine, p. 7 (September 3, 2003).

Explosive Dynamic Entry, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (July 30, 2003), reprinted in POLICE BRUTALITY 70-80 (Sheila Fitzgerald ed. 2007).

A Little Bit of Shooty Face, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (July 2, 2003).

Embarrassing Justice, Flagpole Magazine, p. 5 (May 28, 2003).

Too Few Voices Heard in Choice of Thomas, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, p. A19 (May 15, 2003).

Strange Cruel Justice, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 3 (May 3 & 4, 2003).

Open Letter Concerning the Invitation to Justice Clarence Thomas to Speak at the UGA School of Law Graduation Ceremony, Flagpole Magazine, p. 7 (April 30, 2003).

Dead Docketing Criminal Cases in Georgia, The Georgia Defender, p. 4 (March 2003).

A President by Judicial Fiat, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (December 11, 2002).

The Rosetta Stone of the JFK Assassination?, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (November 20, 2002).

Sneak and Peek Search Warrants and the USA Patriot Act, The Georgia Defender, p. 1 (September 2002).

Sneak and Peek Search Warrants, Flagpole Magazine, p. 12 (September 11, 2002), reprinted in POLICE BRUTALITY 91-98 (Sheila Fitzgerald ed. 2007).

The Trial of the Century - And of All Time, Part Two, Flagpole Magazine, p. 6 (July 17, 2002).

The Trial of the Century - And of All Time, Part One, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (July 10, 2002).

Government Appeals in Criminal Cases in Georgia, The Georgia Defender, p. 1 (May 2002).

An Epic Tale of Heroism and Daring Flight, Georgia Advocate, p. 30 (Spring 2002).

Human Rights and Devolving Standards of Decency, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 3 (April 20-21, 2002).

Admissibility of Confessions under OCGA § 24-3-50, the "Hope of Benefit, Fear of Injury" Statute, The Georgia Defender, p. 3 (January 2002).

Lee Harvey Oswald at Age 62, Flagpole Magazine, p. 6, (November 21, 2001).

The Cadaver Synod: Strangest Trial in History, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (October 31, 2001).

The Decline of the Right to Grand Jury Indictment in Georgia, The Georgia Defender, p. 1 (September 2001).

The Attempted Murder of the Miranda Decision, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 9 (April 21-22, 2001).

Convicting and Unconvicting the Innocent, Flagpole Magazine, p. 9 (December 27, 2000).

Contract on Camelot: New Books Cast More Light on JFK Assassination, Flagpole Magazine, p. 10 (November 22, 2000).

The Eponymous Mr. Prince, Part Two, Flagpole Magazine, p. 10 (September 6, 2000).

The Eponymous Mr. Prince, Flagpole Magazine, p. 10 (August 30, 2000).

A Civil War Lynching in Athens, Flagpole Magazine, p. 10 (July 19, 2000).

Politics, Prejudice, and Perjury, Flagpole Magazine, p. 9 (March 1, 2000).

Georgia’s Most Notorious Murderess, Flagpole Magazine, p. 22 (December 22, 1999).

Mystery Lingers, Flagpole Magazine, p. 10 (December 1, 1999).

Roots of Racism, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (November 17, 1999).

Campus Gestapo?, Flagpole Magazine, p. 12 (August 26, 1998).

“Bloody Injuries: The Lynchings in Oconee County, 1905-1921, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (June 24,1998).

“Accuse ...! Emile Zola, Alfred Dreyfus, and the Greatest Newspaper Article in History, Flagpole Magazine, p. 12 (February 11, 1998).

More Dead Kennedy Files, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (January 7, 1998).

Georgia’s Most Ghastly Murder, Flagpole Magazine, p. 9 (November 26, 1997).

Cheerleading for the Police, Flagpole Magazine, p. 6 (October 29, 1997).

The Last Lynching in Athens, Flagpole Magazine, p. 8 (September 10, 1997).

Another Suspicious Police Killing, Flagpole Magazine, p. 5 (September 3, 1997).

Lessons of the Fred Tokars Murder Trial, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 5 (May 3-4, 1997).

Not Technicalities, Flagpole Magazine, p. 2 (March 12, 1997).

Remains of Mass Murder House Found, Flagpole Magazine, p. 6 (February 12, 1997).

JFK Assassination 33 Years Later, Flagpole Magazine, p. 6 (January 15, 1997).

No Knock Search Warrants in Georgia, The Georgia Defender, p. 1 (July 1996).

Whitewash in Athens, Part 2, Flagpole Magazine, p. 5 (June 5, 1996).

Lawless Law Enforcement, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 6 ( May 4-5, 1996).

Whitewash in Athens, Flagpole Magazine, p. 6 (February 14, 1996).

New Light on JFK Assassination, The Observer, p. 5 (December 14, 1995).

The Georgia Death Penalty Habeas Corpus Reform Act of 1995, The Georgia Defender, p. 1 (November 1995).

Blame Police, Not the Bill of Rights, For Verdict, The Red and Black, p. 4 (October 6, 1995).

The Assassination of Ashley Wilkes, The Athens Observer, p. 7A (June 8, 1995).

Jane Anderson: The Nazi Georgia Peach, Part 3, The Athens Observer, p. 4 (June 1, 1995).

Jane Anderson: The Nazi Georgia Peach, Part 2, The Athens Observer, p. 5 (May 25, 1995).

Jane Anderson: The Nazi Georgia Peach, Part 1, The Athens Observer, p. 5 (May 18, 1995).

Osborne Tried to Overturn Brown Decision, The Athens Observer, p. 6 (February 2, 1995).

Dreyfus: How He Was Redeemed, The Athens Observer, p. 6 (January 5, 1995).

Dreyfus: How He Was Framed, The Athens Observer, p. 6 (December 29, !994).

Dreyfus Case Began a Century Ago, Georgia Advocate, p. 29 (Fall 1994).

JFK Killer Not Alone, UGA Professor Says, The Athens Observer, p. 1 (December 8, 1994).

Death Penalty Corrections, The Athens Observer, p. 7 (July 21-27, 1994).

A Dying Penalty?, The Athens Observer, p. 1 (July 7-13, 1994).

Sentenced to Death, The Athens Observer, p. 1 (June 30-July 6, 1994).

May Futrelle Survived the Titanic, The Athens Observer, p. 6 (May 12-18, 1994).

On the Titanic: Jacques Futrelle, The Athens Observer, p. 6 (May 5-11, 1994).

On the Titanic: Archie Butt, The Athens Observer, p. 6 (April 28-May 4, 1994).

Georgians on the Titanic, The Athens Observer, p. 6 (April 21-27, 1994).

New JFK Book “Continued Coverup Claims University Law Professor, The Athens Observer, p. 16 (November 24-December 1, 1993).

A Note on the Term “Rehnquisition," The Georgia Defender, p. 2 (August 1993).

Remembering the Alamo and Athenian Who Died There, The Athens Observer, p. 10 (July 1-7, 1993).

Oddities of the JFK Assassination, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 8 (May 8-9, 1993).

Footsteps of the Ripper, The Athens Observer, p. 9 (February 11, 1993).

Tragic Tale Recounts First Murder on UGA Campus, The Athens Observer, p. 1 (May 7, 1992).

Crime Statistics We Would Like to See, Zeitgeist, p. 12 (Spring 1992).

Crime Statistics We’d Like to See, The Georgia Defender, p. 1 (March 1992).

The Very Latest Dirty Dozen: The 12 Worst Rehnquist Court Criminal Procedure Decisions During the 1990-1991 Term, The Georgia Defender, p. 4 (September 1991).

Police Are the Problem, The Campus Times, p. 6 (May 31, 1991).

Lawlessness In Law Enforcement, The Campus Times, p. 10 (May 30, 1991).

The Incredible Shrinking Bill of Rights, Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 2 (April 1991).

The Latest Dirty Dozen: The 12 Worst Rehnquist Court Criminal Procedure Decisions During the 1989-90 Term, The Georgia Defender, p. 2 (January 1991).

Bloody Woolfolk, The Athens Observer, p. 20 (November 21, 1990).

Liberty’s Enemy; Chief Justice Rehnquist’s Criminal Procedure Opinions, The Georgia Defender, p. 1 (April 1990).

Russell Disagreed with JFK Death Report, The Athens Observer, p. 1 (November 9, 1989).

Georgia’s New Law Office Search Statute, The Georgia Defender, p. 1 (Summer 1989).

Did the Mob Kill JFK?, The Athens Observer, p. 17 (December 15, 1988).

The Dirty Dozen: The 12 Worst Burger-Rehnquist Court Decisions in the Field of Criminal Procedure, The Georgia Defender, p. 1 (October 1988).

Oswald Not Alone in JFK Murder, The Athens Observer, p. 8 (November 26, 1987).

In 1945 Flight 19 Flew to Its Doom Through a Large Cloud of Mystery, The Athens Observer, p. 1 (November 19, 1987).

What are Facts of MLK Murder?, The Athens Observer, p. 7 (April 9, 1987).

Death of MLK Still a Mystery, The Athens Observer, p. 1 (April 2, 1987).

Additional Milteer Information, The Athens Observer, p. 9 (February 26, 1987).

Was Milteer in Dallas?, The Athens Observer, p. 2 (February 19, 1987).

Did He Know JFK to Die?, The Athens Observer, p. 2 (February 12, 1987).

Professor Researches a Possible Georgia Connection in JFK Death, The Athens Observer, p. 2 (February 5, 1987).

Who Killed the Kingfish?, The Athens Observer, p. 8 (September 12, 1985).

Vox Nazi, Vox Mortis: The Worst Thing in the World, Lumpkin Law Revue, p. 6 (August 1985).

Tyrannicide Not Terrorism: Two Interesting Assassinations, Lumpkin Law Revue, p. 5 (February 1985).

Freedom Versus Societal Cost: In Defense of the Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule, The Georgia Defender, p. 2 (April 1984).

Remembering Judge Townsend, The Georgia Defender, p. 1 (January 1984).

Questions on Kennedy Killing, The Athens Observer, p. 8 (November 23, 1983).

Kennedy Killing: Who Did It?, The Athens Observer, p. 8 (November 17, 1983).

Underwood v. State: Georgia’s High Water Mark in the Protection of the Basic Rights of Criminal Suspects, The Georgia Defender, p. 2 (July 1983).

UNPUBLISHED MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER ARTICLES ONLINE

Rothwax Justice (March 1, 1996).

The Forgotten Tricentennial (February 14, 1989).

Unparallel Lives: Judge Benjamin Hill in Atlanta, Adolf Hitler in Vienna, 1907-1913 (October 18, 1985).

Donald E. Wilkes Jr.

Contact Information

University of Georgia School of Law
210D Rusk Hall
Athens, GA 30602

Phone: (706) 542-5179
Fax: (706) 542-5556
Email: wilkes@uga.edu


Administrative Support

Cathy Dasher
Phone: (706) 542-2901
Email: catdash@uga.edu


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