HOW TO CONDUCT ARMY CORRESPONDENCE by

HOW TO CONDUCT ARMY CORRESPONDENCE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Just what the title says -- epistolary etiquette for the Officer who dictates and the enlisted man who transcribes -- procedure based on official army regulations. Concise, accurate, prompt and neat, these are the basic principles; correct form for both military and non-military letters, salutations, indorsements, telegrams, cables, etc. Details of abbreviations; procedure in filing by Dewey decimal system, these too are covered. The market is obvious.

Pub Date: July 29th, 1943
Publisher: Harper