Supplying the Troops: General Somervell and American Logistics in WW II
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Northern Illinois University Press, IL. Biography of the General Brehon Somervell, the man responsible for the logistics of the US Army during WWII. A West Point graduate who served in both the Pancho Villa expedition and WWI. After WWI he led the Works Progress Administration in New York City during the depression, as such he was responsible for such projects as LaGuardia Airport. Before taking over the Army logistics he oversaw the contruction of the Pentagon. Fine copy of the first edition in a fine dust jacket. 331 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 35773
Title: Supplying the Troops: General Somervell and ...
Publication Date: 1994
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
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