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U.S. Army: a Complete History.

U.S. Army: A Complete History

Col. Raymond K. Bluhm, Jr. Editor-in-Chief

Army Historical

c/o Hugh Lauter Levin Associates

9 Burr Road, Westport, CT 06880

088363113X $75.00 www.HLLA.com

Any seeking a definitive history of the U.S. army from the 1600s to modern times must have this weighty, exhaustive reference: it truly is a complete history, surveying the Army's changes and purposes during war and peace. Gorgeous color photos and drawings pack timelines of events, some as specific as for months of a given year, while army status, general participation and resignations, division commands and processes, traditions, and medals, congressional moves and more all receive notes. Any seeking a weighty history that offers at-a-glance facts and dates simply have to have U.S. ARMY: A COMPLETE HISTORY.
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