Manual for the Use of Troops in Aid of the Civil Authority
New York: George H. Doran Company, 1918. 101, some soiling inside boards and flyleaves, DJ worn, scratched, and stained: small edge tears/chips. Brigadier General Babcock was for many years the Judge Advocate General on the 4th Brigade Staff of the New York National Guard. This manual deals with troops called to quell civil disturbance. Topics covered include provisions of the penal law and code of criminal procedure, the law of the State relating to the employment of the Guard in this duty, preparation for the duty, tactical considerations, and pay and pensions. Condition: good, fair.
Keywords: Civil Disturbance, National Guard, Riot Duty, Penal Law, Criminal Procedure, Tactics, Pay and Pensions, Civil Authorities, Mobs