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Logistics and the Failure of the British Army in America, 1775-1783

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Hardcover, 290 pages
Published July 1st 1975 by Princeton University Press
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Jul 13, 2009 Laura Crockett rated it really liked it
If you want to know what plays an important role in winning or losing wars, this is an excellent read. Only 265 pages, it's crammed with knowledge and wisdom. This book gives one a new perspective on warring because it addresses the nuts and bolt issues of supplying an army far away from its home. No wonder Iraq costs so much! Soldiers have to eat, wear uniforms - that wear out quickly in battle conditions - and tanks take lots of fuel to keep them running. And nothing has changed in the 232 ...more
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