Lighting by DesignUnknown - 2002
The building of the American Army in World War II from a tiny, outdated and ill-equipped force into one of the mightiest armies of the world was rightly described by Sir Winston Churchill as being a prodigy of organization. Its value to the Allied cause was immeasurable and it had a fine fighting record all over the world. The US Army was marvellously well-equipped, thanks to American inventiveness, know-how and technological prowess, and by 1945 it led the world in weaponry, strategic mobility and logistic capabilities.
Publisher: London : Pavilion Books, 2002
Branch Call Number: 747.92 Sto
Characteristics: 192 p. : col. ill. --