United States Army in World War II. European Theater of Operations. The Lorraine Campaign

Cole, Hugh M.

Edité par Department of the Army, 1950
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Titre : United States Army in World War II. European...

Éditeur : Department of the Army

Date d'édition : 1950

Reliure : Hardcover

Etat du livre : Very Good

Etat de la jaquette : No Dust Jacket

Edition : Reprint

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Xxii, 657 pages, well illustrated (some folding) , 41 folding maps, 1 large folding map in rear pocket, cloth, very good. 1968 reprint of the 1950 original edition. From the Preface: "The Lorraine Campaign is the first volume to be published in the projected series embracing the history of the American armies in the European Theater of Operations. This volume deals with the campaign waged by the Third Army in Lorraine during the period 1 September–18 December 1944. Since it has been impossible to organize the writing of individual volumes so that they may be published in the chronological sequence followed by military operations, the reader interested in the history of the Third Army before or after the events here set forth must wait until the appropriate volumes are completed. The present volume is concerned with the tactical operations of the Third Army and its subordinate units. The story of command and decision in higher headquarters is told only when it has a direct bearing on the campaign in Lorraine. The logistics of this campaign likewise have been subordinated to the tactical narrative. The basic unit in the present narrative is the infantry or armored division. The story of the division has been told in terms of its regiments and battalions, but swerves on occasion to the company or the platoon, just as the operations themselves turned on the exploits of these smaller units." NR; 657 pages. N° de réf. du libraire 35704

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