Civil Affairs: Soldiers Become Governors (Book Two)

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As a documentary history, this volume illustrates the evolution of civil affairs policy and practice in the Mediterranean and European Theaters of Operations during World War II. It deal s with U.S. Army and Anglo-American planning and operations in the sphere of relations with civilians in certain liberated and conquered countries in Europe during the war, prior to the invasion of Germany. Although the Army had not considered civil affairs preparation essential prior to World War II, during the war it created the Civil ...

Civil Affairs: Soldiers Become Governors (Book One) 2005, University Press of the Pacific

ISBN-13: 9781410222039

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Civil Affairs: Soldiers Become Governors (Book Two) 2005, University Press of the Pacific

ISBN-13: 9781410222046

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