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Pershing: General of the Armies,
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Besieged: The World War II Ordeal of Malta, 1940-1942,
by Charles A.
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Operational “Citadel” – Kursk and Orel: The Greatest Tank Battle of the
Second World War,
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The British Army and the Theory of Armored Warfare, 1918-1940,
Robert H, Larson, UCLA Historical Journal 8 (1987): 124-128.
Fighting Soldier – The AEF in 1918,
by Joseph D. Lawrence, Stand To!
The Journal of the Western Front Association (England) 22 (Spring 1988): 35.
The War the Infantry Knew, 1914-1919: A Chronicle of Service in France
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An Improvised War,
by Michael Glover, Journal of Military History
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Liddell Hart and the Weight of History,
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Assembly, West Point Association of Graduates 48 (October 1989): 44-45.
The Forgotten Victor: General Sir Richard O’Connor, KT, GCB, DSO,
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Lawrence of Arabia: The Authorized Biography of T.E. Lawrence,
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Guardians of the Gulf: A History of America’s Expanding Role in the
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Churchill, The Great Game and Total War,
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The Arab Bureau: British Policy in the Middle East, 1916-1920,
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Hell’s Foundations: A Social History of the Town of Bury in the Aftermath
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Bounden Duty: The Memoirs of a German Officer, 1932-45,
Alexander Stahlberg, Infantry 85 (January-February 1995): 49-50.
Who Will Lead? Senior Leadership in the United States Army,
C. Meyer, R. Manning Ancell, and Jane Mahaffey, Infantry 85 (September-
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Citizen Soldiers: The U.S. Army from the Normandy Beaches to the Bulge
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June 7, 1944, to May 7, 1945,
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