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Learning to live: tactical training for the AEF, 1917-1918
America entered World War One almost totally unprepared. Her most urgent problem was the training of at least one million men. This thesis describes the content of tactical training in the United States Army, the development ...
Le problem des aristoacraties dans l'oeuvres en prose d'Alfred de Vigny
Vigny’s works in prose although little known present a remarkable interest for a deeper appreciation of Vigny as a poet and as a thinker. Cinq-Mars, Stello, Servitude et Grandeur Militaires and Daphne, were written between ...
The Red River War of 1874
My thesis is concerned with the Red River War of 1874. This campaign was the largest of the Indian Wars, but has been overlooked by many historians. The reasons for the war are found in the failure of the federal government ...
Problems involved in a strict interpretation of monotheism in Judaism through the early centuries of this era and in Jewish mysticism through Sabbatianism
The central tenet of contemporary Judaism is its monotheistic belief in one God, as exemplified in its central profession of faith, the Sh'ma. The status of the monotheistic concept as the sine qua non of Judaism is further ...
Hamilton Prioleau Bee
This thesis is a study of Hamilton P. Bee and his role in the American Civil War. Bee was first a Texas brigadier general, in charge of a state militia district, and then a Confederate brigadier general, in command of the ...