Summer 22 W/planner Pb 20-22-3; Army History

Summer 22 W/planner Pb 20-22-3; Army History
Title:
Summer 22 Pb 20-22-3; Army History
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708-108-00056-1
Description

The Summer 2022 issue of Army History, offers two new articles, a quality selection of book reviews, a look at some unique Army art, and the unveiling of a new exhibit at the National Infantry Museum. The first article, by Gene Fax, evaluates the American World War I combat experience in the Meuse-Argonne with that of the British army during the Battle of the Somme. Fax argues that the mental image of “futile carnage” that dominated postwar depictions of the fighting came largely from British fiction, nonfiction, and theater.

The second article is a commentary from George Goethals. Goethals, a professor of leadership studies at the University of Richmond, provides of critique of Col. Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain and his actions at the Battle of Gettysburg as the commander of the 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry—actions that were ultimately crucial to Union victory.

Table of Contents

THE CHIEF’S CORNER   4

DIVERSITY—WARTS AND ALL

NEWS NOTES   5

MUSEUM FEATURE   18

NATIONAL INFANTRY MUSEUM’S GLOBAL PRESENCE GALLERY

U.S. ARMY ARTIFACT SPOTLIGHT   20

WORLD WAR II SCENES OF FRENCH LIFE BY LUDWIG BEMELMANS

BOOK REVIEWS   33

CHIEF HISTORIAN’S FOOTNOTE 43

PUBLISHING UPDATE

SUMMER 2022

Features

CONTENTS

06 THE MEUSE-ARGONNE WAS NOT THE SOMME The American Combat Experience in World War I

Articles

24 JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN and the Interpersonal Dynamics of Leadership

Audience

Members of the military, veterans, and anyone interested in Army history would enjoy this bulletin.

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$6.00
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Record Creation Date:
10/14/2022
Last Status Update:
10/20/2022
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