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From the dark side of the moon: raiding by ground forces in the southwest Pacific during the second World War
A long and deep interest in the military history of the Second World War, especially the actions which liberated hundreds of prisoners of war and internees in the Philippines led me to the subject of. raiding in the Southwest ...
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 ...
Houston, Texas, goes to war, 1861-1865
Confederate Houston offers a fascinating case study for students of Trans-Mississippi Texas. Despite its unique position as commercial center and military headquarters, the city shared many experiences with the rest of the ...
Coalition for total war: Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig and Entente military cooperation, 1916-1918
Of the military and historical lessons presented by the Great War, the necessity for military cooperation between sovereign allies is paramount. Because of the universal distaste for this war and the suffering which it ...
The United States Army General Staff Corps, 1910-1917: its relationship to the field forces
In the period prior to the passage of the General Staff Act in 1903, congressional debate focused primarily upon the relationship the General Staff would have to the other bureaus of the War Department. An issue of equal ...