Logistics and Supply Problems of the Confederacy
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University Microfilms International, MI. This is a Duke University 1963 dissertation which presents an indepth study of the efforts of the Confederate government to equip its fighting men. The study emphasizes stresses supplying the armies and the logistical problems in all areas of supply, i.e. procurement, regulation, ordnance, quartermasters, subsistence, etc. This was done as a PHD Thesis for Dr Goff. He turned this thesis into the 1969 book ‘Confederate Supply’. Very good copy of the soft bound book. Pages look like they were photo copied from the dissertation. 547 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 43561
Title: Logistics and Supply Problems of the ...
Publication Date: 1986
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
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