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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 ...
Charles Peguy: perpetual infidel
Charles Peguy was a highly individualistic thinker. So personally tailor-made were many of his ideas that even his friends and supporters found him difficult to follow intellectually. However, Peguy's eccentricities were ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...