In This Review

The Persian Corridor and Aid to Russia and the Transportation Corps: Responsibilities, Organization, and Operations and the War Against Germany: Europe and Adjacent Areas and the War Against Germany and Italy: Mediterranean and Adjacent Areas
The Persian Corridor and Aid to Russia and the Transportation Corps: Responsibilities, Organization, and Operations and the War Against Germany: Europe and Adjacent Areas and the War Against Germany and Italy: Mediterranean and Adjacent Areas
By T. H. Vail Motter and Chester Wardlow
Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Military History and Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Military History and Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Military History and Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Mili, 1952, 2147483647 pp

These are four new volumes in the series "United States Army in World War II." The volume by Mr. Motter is the only one which is to appear in the subseries, "The Middle East Theater," and its scope is broader than the title would indicate. A section is devoted to United States military assistance and advice in Iran. Mr. Wardlow's study is the first of three to be devoted to the Transportation Corps and deals with function and organization primarily within the continental limits of the United States. The two volumes in the Pictorial Record subseries are made up of an extensive collection of photographs "selected to show important terrain features, types of equipment and weapons, living and weather conditions, military operations, and various matters of human interest."