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By John C. Fredriksen
American army Leaders comprises over four hundred A-Z biographies of people similar to Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, who ended thousands of years of culture via permitting ladies to serve on army ships; and, Francis Marion, the Swamp Fox, whose ideas of clandestine battle are nonetheless via the U.S. distinct Forces.Coverage facilities at the extraordinary generals, sergeants, fighter aces, militiamen, theorists, medical professionals, and nurses who make up America's army background. This quantity provides their backgrounds, contributions, and value to America's fortunes in warfare. This identify additionally cites works for extra study, features a record of leaders prepared by way of their army titles, and a accomplished index.
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American Military Leaders: From Colonial Times to the Present (2 Volumes) by John C. Fredriksen