Commanding an American Army: Recollections of the World War
Boston and New York, 1925. 8vo, red cloth, 208 pp. A bright, well preserved copy of the first edition. Private bookplate to front pastedown else near fine with minimal normal shelfwear and fine contents. Maps present in fine condition. "Begun on the Northern Plains fighting Indians, Liggett's career reflected the evolution of the American military officer corps as it emerged from the ragged force scattered across the western frontier, gained discipline and character from the educational curricula of its newly established service schools, and ultimately fought effectively in World War I. While president, he shaped the academic programs at the Army War College thus influencing the future course of military education in the United States." - ANB. Bookseller Inventory # 14962
Title: Commanding an American Army: Recollections ...
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company
Publication Date: 1925
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
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