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Coronavirus Through the Lens of ‘America’s First Battles: 1776–1965’

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What the American way of war has to teach us

In the summer of 1939, America’s military was understaffed, under-trained, and didn’t understand the new realities of the mechanized battlefield.

Serious thinkers knew war was coming. Ferdinand Foch, Supreme Allied Commander in World War I…




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