Masters Of The Art Of Command
Da Capo Press, Aug 22, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 412 pages
A wide-ranging series of essays on military leaders, ancient and modern, whose actions and personalities provide insights into the interplay of time, circumstance, and individual character and ability that makes for success or failure.
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I THE YOUNG SOLDIER AT WORK
n SOME MASTERS OF THE ART
HI MASTERS OF MOBILE WARFARE
PATTON AND MONTGOMERY
TV COALITION WARFARE
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action American Armored Division army group artillery attack Axis battalion battle Baum Baum's became Bizerte British campaign Cavalry century Cherbourg Chief of Staff Chinese Clark Clive coalition colonel combat command post corps Darlan Daubin decision defeat defense Derrien Devers Eisenhower Eisenhower's enemy Europe field fight fire fought France Fredendall French front German ground Hammelburg Harmon headquarters Hitler Huebner Hwachon Hwachon Dam Iberville II Corps infantry invasion Kasserine Pass Kingston landing later leaders Liddell Hart lieutenant major mander Marshal miles military mission mobility Montgomery Morocco moved Napoleon North Africa officers operations Patton platoon political Pukhan River Rangers regiment reservoir responsibility rifle Rochambeau Samsu Saxe sent soldiers strategic subordinate success superior tactical tank task force Tebessa theater Thomas tion told took troops Tunis Tunisia U.S. Army U.S. First Army United wanted Ward warfare weapons Wolseley Woodfill World World War II wounded