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CSPAN
Jan 1, 2017 5:00pm EST
years, he was a planner in the war department commanding the 15th infantry regiment in china for three years. he taught at the army war college, he was commander at fort benning, where he organized command procedures. he commanded district one at the civilian conservation corps. and he commanded the fifth brigade of the third infantry division in washington state. it was in july 1938 he came back to the war plans division of the war department and became deputy chief of staff. although he never led troops in combat, he had a wide and comprehensive grounding of many aspects of military life before he got the top job, over the heads of many other generals who were not expecting it. marshall's first strategic decision after america entered the war was his greatest. indeed, perhaps the greatest act of world statesmanship in the 20th century, besides churchill's decision to fight on against the nazis in 1940. marshall and president roosevelt resisted the natural instinct of the american people and certainly the anglophobes in the war department, to punish japan for its infamy, instead
CSPAN
Nov 12, 2016 7:05pm EST
regiment in china for three years. he taught at the army war college, commander at fort benning. he commanded district one at the civilian conservation corps. he commanded the fifth grade of the third infantry division in washington state. 1938 he came back to the war plans division of the war department and became chief of staff. although he never led troops in combat, he had a wide in comprehensive grounding of many aspects of military life before he got the top job. generals were not expecting it. marshall's first strategic decision after america entered the war was his greatest. perhaps the greatest statesmanship besides churchill's decision to fight on in 1940. marshall and president roosevelt resisted the natural instinct of the american people and certainly those in the war department to punish japan for to put the instead, defeat of germany first. although attacked in the pacific by the japanese, the united states responded with a germany first policy which landed a quarter of a million allied troops in north africa within a year. the first american air raid started even ear
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4 (some duplicates have been removed)