THE RISE OF THE G.I. ARMY, 1940-1941
Tells the extraordinary story of the transformation of America's military from a disparate collection of bases with fewer than 200,000 soldiers into a well-trained and spirited army ten times its prior size in the two years before Pearl Harbor. An important addition to American history, this is essential to our full understanding of America's involvement in WWII. 16 pages of photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4753445
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