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US Infantryman in World War II (3): European Theater of Operations 1944-45 Paperback – Sep 18 2002


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Great Book! Dec 25 2012
By Nathan G. - Published on Amazon.com
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Having already read part 1 of the infantryman in the pacific part of me wondered whether it and part 3 would partly be redundant but I was really surprised that it is not in any way, in fact each part is very unique in its aspect. Very insightful.
informative reading Oct. 5 2006
By Michael N. Ryan - Published on Amazon.com
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Book 3 of this series provides a nice basic view on the Conscripted American soldier of WWII. Provides insights into the first peace time draft, though I suspect the main reason for Roosevelt wanted it was the fiascoe of conscription of WWI when Woodrow Wilson found so few wanted to have anything to do with his war. My main peeve with this book is that it should have provided the basic designations for men besides 1-A physically and morally fit for service and available and 4-F Physically and Morally unfit and rejected for service. It also provides a nice view of the European theater.

Book 2 of this series, the Volunteer, is also a good read.

Otherwise a good book on the subject.


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