Sustaining the Will to Fight: The American Army in World War I
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The raising, training and sustaining of armies tells us much about the ways in which armies have done, and do, fill 'the yawning gap between ends and means' in meeting and overcoming the challenges of the battlefield. These essays draw on examples ranging from the American Civil War to the United Nations intervention in East Timor in 1999 to illustrate how armies have met, or failed to meet, these challenges
Australian Military History Publications
World War I, American soliders, Military, Combat
History | Military History | Political History | United States History
Keene, Jennifer. "Sustaining the Will to Fight: The American Army in World War I." In Raise, Train and Sustain: Delivering Land Combat Power, edited by Peter Dennis and Jeffrey Grey, 53-73. Canberra, Australia: Australian Military History Publications, 2010.
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