In This Review

Stilwell's Command Problems and Global Logistics and Strategy: 1940-1943 and the Transportation Corps: Movements, Training, and Supply and the Ordnance Department: Planning Munitions for War and the Medical Department: Hospitalization and Evacuation, Zone
Stilwell's Command Problems and Global Logistics and Strategy: 1940-1943 and the Transportation Corps: Movements, Training, and Supply and the Ordnance Department: Planning Munitions for War and the Medical Department: Hospitalization and Evacuation, Zone
By Charles F. Romanus and Riley Sunderland and Richard M. Leigh
Department of the Army and Office of Military History and Department of the Army and Office of Military History and Department of the Army and Office of Military History and Department of the Army and Office of Military History and Department of the Army , 1956, 2147483647 pp.

Further volumes in the official series, "United States Army in World War II." The volume by Romanus and Sunderland is the second to deal with the China-Burma-India Theatre and carries the story from October 1943 to Stilwell's recall in October 1944. The volume by Leighton and Coakley, the fourth to appear in the sub-series dealing with the War Department, deals with the major strategic-logistical problems and debates through the Casablanca Conference. The volume by Wardlow is the second to deal with the Transportation Corps, in the sub-series on the Technical Services. The volumes by Green, Thomson and Roots, and by Smith, are further contributions to the Technical Services sub-series.