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The military unpreparedness of the United States
Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources,inc., 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 15463)
|Statement||by Frederic Louis Huidekoper ; with an introduction by Major General Leonard Wood.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 15463.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 735 p.|
|Number of Pages||735|
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In the Army was ill prepared even to defend the nation against attack; the public and Congress were determined to avoid war and ignorant of military requirements.
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xx, ) On the title page of his book the author reminds us that he is the founder of the "Army League of the United States" and is a member of the "Military Service Institute." In the preface he states that.
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BIBLIOGRAPHY: From my collection of Books: The Military Unpreparedness of the United States- A History of American Land Forces from Colonial Times until June 1, By Frederic Louis Huidekoper; Publisher: The Macmillan Company-New York During the first four of the nine years he devoted to writing this book, from tothe writer was on active duty in the United States Army and completed a first draft of the manuscript.
In the following five years, as a civilian in Army reserve status, he devoted the time he could salvage from earning a living to several revisions and.
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― T.R. Fehrenbach, quote from This Kind of War: A Study in Unpreparedness “It was the Army that knew the worst frustration, from July to the end of the war. The mission of the Army is to meet the enemy in sustained ground combat, and capture or destroy him. Thesis statement: The political and military unpreparedness for the 9/11 type of attack on US soil proves that the United States needs to inculcate innovative ideas into intelligence, policies and military preparedness (special references to the 9/11 attack).
US Unpreparedness America certainly did not seem terribly determined or effective in the Korean conflict. If provoking the United States is such a big mistake why did Americans allow themselves to be humiliated by the Chinese and North Koreans only a few years after the conflict with Japan.
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Strategy may be defined as the general scheme of the conduct of a war, tactics as the planning of means to achieve strategic objectives. Click the link for more. For a provocative account of mobilization and military unpreparedness, see Michael Kendall, "An Inflexible Response: United States Army Manpower Mobilization Polices, " (Ph.D.
dissertation, Duke University, ). Combat readiness is defined as “[t]he ability of US military forces to fight and meet the demands of the national military strategy.” This.
Frederic Louis Huidekoper, in The Military Unpreparedness of the United States, A History of American Land Forces from Colonial Times until June I, (New York, ), summarizes and continues the work of Upton but he devotes only thirty pages to the Civil War exclusive of campaigns, and his work is chiefly propaganda.
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