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Washington, DC: Wilson International Center, 1999. 144, wraps, illus. Contains articles on raising the American child from 1899 (the Spanish-American War era, although the war is not specifically mentioned) to 1999, an interview with Isaiah Berlin on Edmund Wilson, populism in Brazil, Eudora Welty, and Seymour Martin Lipset on anti-Stalinist intellectuals.
Fort Benning, Georgia: U.S. Army Infantry School, 1983. quarto, 52, wraps, illus., figures, slight waviness to entire magazine, covers somewhat worn Contains an article (pp. 14-19) on "Walter Krueger, an Infantry Great" by Lieutenant General A. S. Collins, Jr. General Krueger began his career as a noncommissioned officer in Cuba in 1898 with the 2d U.S. Volunteer Infantry; he then shifted to the 12th U.S. Infantry and soldiered in the Philippines, rising to second lieutenant in the 30th Infantry. Also contains an article on "Ansauville: A Failure in Training" about chemical and gas warfare during World War I.