Although written by professional historians, much of the material is from combat interviews and makes frequent use of the first person our, we, etc.
I assume the other books in the series are similar. Among other things, it mentions the use of native canoes for an amphibious operation with a good illustration and the use of the Sioux tribal language. I find it to have a good balance between strategy, logistics and operations. The maps are excellent!
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The Admiralties - Operations of the 1st Cavalry Division 29 February - 18 May 1944 (Paperback)
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Maps, Photos. Spine worn. Good copy.
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Series description '"American Forces in Action Series" presents detailed accounts of particular combat operations of United States forces. To the American public, this record of high achievement by men who served their nation well is presented as a preface to the full military history of World War II.
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To the soldiers who took part in the operations concerned, these narratives will give the opportunity to see more clearly the results of orders which they obeyed and of sacrifices which they and their comrades made, in performance of missions that find their meaning in the outcome of a larger plan of battle. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Chief of Staff' From the Foreword to the original edition.