Series: Army Historical Series

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American military history by Maurice MatloffGeneral
American military history by Richard W. StewartGeneral 1
The Army Medical Department, 1775-1818 by Mary C. GillettMedical 1
Combat Actions in Korea by Russell A. GugelerKorea Combat
Eyes of artillery : the origins of modern U.S. Army aviation in World War II by Edgar F. RainesWW2 Artillery
Freedom by the Sword: The U.S. Colored Troops, 1862-1867 (CMH Publication 30-24-1) by William A. DobakCivil War
Getting the message through : a branch history of the U.S. Army Signal Corps by Rebecca Robbins RainesSignal Corps
The history of the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps by Richard V. N. GinnMedical
Military Advisors in Korea: KMAG in Peace and War by Robert K. SawyerKorea Advisors
Military Government in the Ryukyu Islands, 1945-1950 by Arnold G. Fisch, Jr.Post-WW2 Ryukyus
Mobility, shock, and firepower : the emergence of the U.S. Army's armor branch, 1917-1945 by Robert Stewart CameronArmor
The role of federal military forces in domestic disorders, 1789-1878 by Robert W. CoakleyDomestic Disorders 1
The sinews of war: Army logistics, 1775-1953 by James A. HustonLogistics
The U.S. Army in the occupation of Germany, 1944-1946 by Earl F. ZiemkePost-WW2 Germany
The U.S. Army's transition to the all-volunteer force, 1968-1974 by Robert K. Griffith
The Women's Army Corps, 1945-1978 by Bettie J. MordenPost-WW2 WAC
American Military History, Volume II: The United States Army in a Global Era, 1917-2003 by Mr. Richard Winship StewartGeneral 2
The Army Medical Department, 1818-1865 by Mary C. GillettMedical 2
Moscow to Stalingrad: Decision in the East (Army Historical Series) by Earl F. ZiemkeWW2 Germany-Soviet 2
The Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1877-1945 by David ClaytonDomestic Disorders 2
The Army Medical Department, 1865-1917 by Mary C. GillettMedical 3
The role of federal military forces in domestic disorders, 1945-1992 by Paul J. ScheipsDomestic Disorders 3
Stalingrad to Berlin: The German Defeat in the East (Army Historical Series) by Earl F. ZiemkeWW2 Germany-Soviet 3
The Army Medical Department, 1917-1941 by Mary C. GillettMedical 4

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  1. America's First Battles, 1776-1965 by Charles E. Heller (1986)
  2. History of military mobilization in the United States Army, 1775-1945 by Marvin A. Kreidberg (1955)
  3. The American Way of War: A History of United States Military Strategy and Policy by Russell F. Weigley (1973)
  4. Decisive battles of the U.S.A by J. F. C. Fuller (1942)
  5. Policy and direction: the first year by James F. Schnabel (1972)
  6. War On The Eastern Front 1941-1945 : The German Soldier in Russia by James Lucas (1979)
  7. The Road to Stalingrad: Stalin's War with Germany, Volume One by John Erickson (1975)
  8. Arms and Men: A Study in American Military History by Walter Millis (1956)
  9. The Regulars: The American Army, 1898-1941 by Edward M. Coffman (2004)
  10. World War II Order of Battle by Shelby L. Stanton (1984)
  11. The Old Army: A Portrait of the American Army in Peacetime, 1784-1898 by Edward M. Coffman (1986)
  12. Infantry Part 1: Regular Army by John K. Mahon (1972)
  13. Frontier Militiaman in the War of 1812: Southwestern Frontier by Ed Gilbert (2008)
  14. Supplying Washington's Army by Erna Risch (1981)
  15. Sick from Freedom: African-American Illness and Suffering during the Civil War and Reconstruction by Jim Downs (2012)

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