The Army of the Future

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The Army of the Future

By General Charles De Gaulle
Lippincott, 1941
179 pp. $2.00

The first English translation of a now famous book, originally published in France in 1934, in which de Gaulle, then only a captain, laid down the pattern for mechanized warfare -- a pattern ignored by his own countrymen but applied by the Germans.

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