AMERICA IN ARMS by John McAuley Palmer

AMERICA IN ARMS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Military history and theory and an impassioned defense of Washington's plan for a nationwide citizen army by means of compulsory military training. The record of years of opposition, of the periods at which it would have saved America time and money and men, of the achievement of today, which roots in the National Defense Act, which the author formulated. Written by an army officer who has played an important part in national military affairs. Rather limited appeal.

Publisher: Yale