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U.S. Army GHQ Maneuvers of 1941
Christopher R. Gabel. The great prewar maneuvers played an important role in shaping the U.S. Army in WW2. From 1939-1942, reservists & conscripts expanded the Army eightfold. Maneuvers were a central feature of this prewar mobilization period, to give small units experience in teamwork & combined arms & to provide field labs. for the air, armored, & antitank forces that had come of age since 1918. This vol. describes these maneuvers which served to test emerging assumptions about doctrine, org., & equip., & to allow the Armyís leaders to take the measure of the rising crop of field officers. Developed the combined-arms doctrine, with infantry-artillery teams supported by indep. tank battalions. Maps & photos.
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