U.S. Army in World War II
CMH Pub 10-4, Cloth
1958, 2002; 598 pages, tables, charts, illustrations, bibliographical note, glossary, index
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An account of how the traditional tasks of American military engineers changed in response to wartime tactical and logistical demands, and how the corps organized, equipped, and trained its troops to carry out these tasks.
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