The Great War Seen from the Air: In Flanders Fields,

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Within the War Department, and among some elements of the SOS, such as the Quartermaster Corps and the Medical Department, functions, responsibilities, authority, control, and matters of activation, training, and supply became critical subjects for constant review among AGF and SOS staff, leading to disputes about general planning for Hospitalization and Evacuation! He was a member of the American Legion Post No. 49 and the Veterans of Foreign Wars 8675, both of Troy. Later he had a US Naval ship named after him, the USS Nimitz.

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Publisher: Mercatorfonds (March 4, 2014)

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