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Profile of a citizen-soldier

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  • English
Todd & Honeywell , Great Neck, N.Y
Maginnis, John J., United States. Army -- Biography., Generals -- United States -- Biography., United States -- History, Military -- 20th cen


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StatementJohn J. Maginnis.
LC ClassificationsE745 .M3185 1981
The Physical Object
Pagination162 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3517273M
ISBN 100899620469
LC Control Number82100486

From Stephen E. Ambrose, bestselling author of Band of Brothers and D-Day, the inspiring story of the ordinary men of the U.S. army in northwest Europe from the day after D-Day until the end of the bitterest days of World War II.

In this riveting account, historian Stephen E.

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He picks up the epic drama by following, almost step by step, various individuals and outfits among the tens of thousands of young Allied soldiers who broke away from the deadly beaches of.

Boosting a revamped political profile of President Harry S. Truman, Donald suggests that this son of Missouri farmers, at the peak of his powers during post-WWII America, was one of the most effective.

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This book is a must have in any survivalist/patriot library. It covers a wide range of useful information including: starting a neighborhood watch -home defense -communication -the buildup of a resistence -tactics (in depth) of guerrilla warfare -And plenty more. The short-term recruit would supplement, rather than replace, the citizen-soldier concept presently inherent in the reserves, and would have some functional equivalents of the draftee of old.

In addition to military specialties requiring short training, the citizen-soldiers would perform a multitude of tasks now being performed by the reserves. Still, one of the essayists terms Maudlin “the quintessential citizen soldier.” In this book, the proof is in the pictures.

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The term citizen-soldier acts as a useful replacement for an oxymoron, the "civilian-soldier." Using the admittedly rough and ready criteria described above--motivation, representativeness, and identity--one can still conceive of a variety of military systems built around the citizen-soldier.

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