CMH Pub 70-7, Cloth; CMH Pub 70-7-1, Paper
1960, 2006; 565 pages, maps, chronology, glossaries, index
GPO S/N: 008-029-00482-8
An analysis of 23 decisions reached by chiefs of state and their military subordinates during World War II. Concerned with important political, strategic, tactical, and logistical questions, they include the invasions of North Africa and Normandy, the use of the atomic bomb, the capture of Rome, the campaigns in the western Pacific, and the internment of Japanese-Americans.
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