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Strategic planning for coalition warfare, 1941-1942 -- 1943-1944

Author: Maurice Matloff; Edwin Marion Snell
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Office of the Chief of Military History, Dept. of the Army, 1953-59.
Series: United States Army in World War II, v. 4, pt. 3, nos. 1-2.; United States Army in World War II., War Department ;, v. 3, v. 6.
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A description of wartime national planning and military strategy as they affected the missions and dispositions of the U.S. Army in the defensive phase of coalition warfare. The midwar international conferences are covered in detail.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Matloff, Maurice, 1915-1993.
Strategic planning for coalition warfare, 1941-1942 [--1943-1944].
Washington, Office of the Chief of Military History, Dept. of the Army, 1953-59
(OCoLC)630139727
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Matloff; Edwin Marion Snell
OCLC Number: 400111
Notes: Volume 2 by Maurice Matloff.
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations, folded maps, portraits, facsimiles ; 26 cm.
Contents: v. [1]. 1941-1942 --
The war plans --
German victories and American plans: May 1940-January 1941 --
British-American plans: January-November 1941 --
The showdown with Japan: August-December 1941 --
The first full dress debate over strategic deployment: December 1941-January 1942 --
Army deployment and the War against Japan: December 1941-March 1942 --
Army deployment in the Pacific and Grand Strategy: January-March 1942 --
The principle of concentration in the British Isles --
Prior claims versus Bolero: April 1942 --
Decisions in favor of a "second front": May 1942 --
Future plans and current operations: June 1942 --
The elimination of the alternatives: July-August 1942 --
The interpretation of CCS 94: August 1942 --
Counting the costs of Torch: August-November 1942 --
British and American plans and Soviet expectations --
Strategic inventory: December 1942 --
After Torch --
World War, 1939-1945. v. [2]. 1943-1944 --
Introduction: The basis of strategy --
Casablanca: beginning of an era: January 1943 --
Advance in the Mediterranean: January-May 1943 --
The search for a formula --
Mounting pressure in the Pacific and Far East: January-May 1943 --
The new look in strategic planning --
The Trident Conference: new pattens, May 1943 --
From Husky to Avalanche, May-Mid-August, 1943 --
Crossraods in the European War --
Current plans and future operations in the War against Japan: June-August 1943 --
Quadrant: shaping the patterns: August 1943 --
"The Mediterranean Again": August-November 1943 --
Strategy and command in the War against Germany --
British-American plans and Soviet expectations: August-November 1943 --
Strategic strands in the War against Japan: August-November 1943 --
Final rehearsals en route to Cairo --
Cairo-Tehran: a goal is reached: November-December 1943 --
Strategic inventory 1943 --
Concentration for the big blow: January-May 1944 --
The second front and the secondary war; the CBI: January-May 1944 --
The second front and the secondary war: the Pacific: January-May 1944 --
The promise of military victory: D-Day to September 1944 --
Political shadows --
Octagon: end of an era --
Epilogue --
Appendixes.
Series Title: United States Army in World War II, v. 4, pt. 3, nos. 1-2.; United States Army in World War II., War Department ;, v. 3, v. 6.
Responsibility: by Maurice Matloff and Edwin M. Snell.

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A description of wartime national planning and military strategy as they affected the missions and dispositions of the U.S. Army in the defensive phase of coalition warfare. The midwar international conferences are covered in detail.

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