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The Resource Through mobility we conquer : the mechanization of U.S. Cavalry, George F. Hofmann

Through mobility we conquer : the mechanization of U.S. Cavalry, George F. Hofmann

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Through mobility we conquer : the mechanization of U.S. Cavalry
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Through mobility we conquer
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the mechanization of U.S. Cavalry
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George F. Hofmann
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Language
eng
Summary
The U.S. Cavalry, which began in the nineteenth century as little more than a mounted reconnaissance and harrying force, underwent intense growing pains with the rapid technological developments of the twentieth century. From its tentative beginnings during World War I, the eventual conversion of the traditional horse cavalry to a mechanized branch is arguably one of the greatest military transformations in history. Through Mobility We Conquer recounts the evolution and development of the U.S. Army's modern mechanized cavalry and the doctrine necessary to use it effectively, and explores the d
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Through mobility we conquer : the mechanization of U.S. Cavalry, George F. Hofmann
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Through mobility we conquer : the mechanization of U.S. Cavalry, George F. Hofmann
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt2jcf5g
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 531-549) and index
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Contents
Frank Parker: early mechanized cavalry theorist -- A reason to be! -- The struggle for an innovative doctrine and a combat car -- Cavalrymen looking for new mounts and a tactical doctrine -- The "great cavalry debate" over new opportunities -- So he lost it all? -- Sneak and peek, or fight? -- Mechanized cavalry from Normandy to the end of the war -- The terrible turmoil of postwar Germany and the U.S. Constabulary -- Conclusion
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1 online resource (xv, 578 pages)
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9780813171425
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illustrations
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