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Military Review ~ Feb 1950

Military Review ~ Feb 1950

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VOLUME XXIX
FEBRUARY
1950
NUMBER
11
Editor
in
Chief 
COLONBL
H.
R.
EMERY 
North
American Edition 
Editor:
LT.
COL.
M.
N.
SQUIRES:
AssistantEditor:
CAPT.
K.
SHERMAN 
SpGni,h
..
AmericcmEdition 
JtJditor:
LT.
COL.
A.
F.
BRUNO;
Assistant
Editors:
MAJ
••
T.
A.
ANllINO. 
MAJ.
W.
MARTORANI.
LT.
L.
A.
MONSERRATE 
Bra.zilia.n
Edition 
Editor:
MAJ.
H.
A.
HERRERA.
Brazilian.
Army. 
Ass;siant Editors:
MAJ.
V.
P.
D.
COUTINHO.
Brazilinn
Army. 
CAPT.
E.
C.
SANCTOS,
Brazilia.n
Air
Force 
Administrativ8
Officer
Production
ManageJ'
LT.
M. M.
SUSINNA
CAPT.
R.
B.
WINNINGHAM
CONTENTS 
GE:'IiERAL
STJl.WELL'S
ATTEMPT
TO
SAVE
BURMA
_____
~
_____________
~
___________________
Hiley
Sunderland
TilE
IMPORTANCE
OF
RESEARCH
AND
DEVELOPMENT
TO
NATIONAL
SECURITY
____________
Dr.
B.
H.
Williams
10
EN[WETOK
ATOMIC
TESTS-OPERATION
'SANDSTONE'
_______________________________________________
16
A
CLOAK
FOR
'OVERLORD'
_________________________________
!.
__________________
Col.
H.
G.
Sheen.
Cav
20
WHAT
DOES
IT
MEAN?
________________________________________________________
Col.
W.
E.
House,
Ord
2H
DEFENSE
OF A
RIVER
LINE __________________________________________________
Lt.
Col. C.
A.
Dahlen.
In!
30 
THE
WESTERN
MARCH
OF
THE
MONGOLS'
____________________
.
_____________________________
HaroId
Lamb
42
U:)E OF
STUDENT REACTION QUESTIONNAIUES
AT
SERVICE
~CHOOLS
______
Maj
E.
L.
Adams,
Jr.,
Inf
(Res)
58
MILITARY
NOTES AROUND
THE
WORLD
____________________________________________________________
...,-
__
6a
r~tml-:IG~
MILITARY
DIGESTS ___
________________
__
_______
_
____
__
_______
________________________________73
Los8
of
the
Peace
________________________________________________________________________
73
The
Futu.re
of
Germanll
______________________________________
.:
_________________________
79
TheSpanish Aviation
Z,ndllstrll
__________________________________________________________
82
The
For
East-A
Pacific
Pact
______________________________________________________ :___
85
The
Influence
of
Air
Forces
on
Sea
Power
---
______________________________________
..
____
87
The
German
Officers'
Corp.<J
_____________________________________________________________
93
Antitank
WeaponR
__________________________________________ ____________________________
95
Coup
Operations
_________________
--
--_
-
----
--
_.
__________________________________________
100
Russian.
Armor
______________________________________ --_____
..
___________________________
103
The
British Joint
S(!Tvices
Staff
College
__________________________________________________
105
GeneTal
Staff
Work
in
Occupied
Enemy Territory
______________________
.-
_________________
108
~
ill',K:S FOR
THE
MILITARY
READER
_________________________________
. _______
_______________________
___
111
:'.:UTARY
REVIEW-Published
monthly
by
the
Command
and
General
Staff
College
at
Fort
Leavenworth.
an .' ,
il\
the
English,
Spanish,
and
Portuguese languages.
Entered
as
second-class
matter
August
31, 1934,
at
the
oM
'"·!nee
at
Fort
Leavenworth.
Kansas,
under
the
Act
of
March
3, 1879.
Subscription
rates:
$3.50
(U.S.
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Western
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yea,
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all
other
!Ur,·
i
.f'~.
Reprints
are
authorized.
provided
credit
is given
the "MILITARY
REVIEW,"
C&GSC.
Fort'Leaven
'Kansas.
 
OUR 
AUTHORS 
Riley
Sunderlandhas
been
with
the
Historical
Division,
Department
of
the
Army,
since 1946,
engaged
in
writing
a
history
of the
China-Burma.-India
Theater.
He
isa
graduate
of
theUniversity
of
Chicago,
where he
also
received his
reserve
commission.
During
World
War
II,
he
seTved
withthe
629th
TD Battalion
and
at
the
Field
Artillery
School
and
later
with
the
TheaterHistodcal
Section
in India.
Dr.
Benjamin
H.
Williams
has
been a
member
of
the
faculty,
Industrial
College
of the Armed
Forces,
since 1945.
He is
widelyknown
as
a
political
scientist,
holdsa
doctor's
degree
fromtheUniversity
ofCalifornia,
andhas
been
associated
with
the Universities of
Oregon,
Pennsylvania,California,
and Pittsburgh, and
Bryn
Mawr
College.
During
World
War
I,
heserved
with the
AEF
as
a
lieutenant
of
artillery.
In
1943,
he
served
in
the
Office
ofthe
Chief of
Staff,
USA,
and
later
in
the
State
Department.
He
isthe
author
ofseveral
books
and
articles.
Colonel
Henry
G.
Sheen
had
extensiveexperience
in
intelligence
activities inWorld
War
II,
including
'his assignn:tent
in
January
1944
as
Chief
of
Counterintelli
gence, G-2 Division,
SHAEF.
He has
been
an
instructor
in
the
Department of
Intel
ligence, C&GSC,
since
1946,
and
wrote
"The
Disintegr~~ion
of
the
German Intel
ligence
Services)
inthe
MILITARY REVIEW,
June
1949. .Colonel W.
E. House'was
Ordnance
Officer
of
the
task
force which
established
the
Iceland Base
Command
in
September
1941.
He
was President
of
the
Ordnance
Department
Board,
1943
to
1944,
and
then
servedwith
the
Detroit
Ordnance
District
in
the
settlement
of
terminated
war
con-
tracts.
He
has
been
assigned to
the
De-
partment
of
Logistics, C&GSC, since
1946.
Lieutenant
Colonel
Chester
A. Dahlen
was an instructor
at
the
C&GSC
from
1947
to, 1949
and
is
now
attending theAir
WarCollege.
Throughout World
War
II,
he
served
in
theCentral
and
SouthwestPacific
Areas with
the
24th
Infantry
Division.
From
1941
to
1944,
he
waswith
the
21st
Infantry,
most of
the
time
as
battaIior,
commander,
and
participated
in
the
Hol
landia
operation
in
New
Guinea. From1944 to 1945,
he
was
executive
and
then
commanding
officer
of
the
34th
Infantry
in
the
operations
on Leyte, Luzon,
and
Mindanao.
Harold
Lamb
is a
prominent
contempo
rary
author
and
historian. The
first part
of
his
article,
from
his
book
The
Ea1·thShake1's,
appeared
in
the
January
issue
of
the
MILITARY REVIEW.
The
Mongol method
of
war,
described
in
this
article,
was
similar
to
theearly
German
strategy
of
attack,
and
a
study
in
this
connection was
prepared
by
the
author for
the Army
\YarCollege
in
1939. Mr.
Lamb
performedconfidential service
overseas
for
the
War
De.partment
during
the
war.
Major
Edward
L.
Adams,
Jr.,
wlis
as-
signed
to
The
Infantry
School
from
1941
to
1944
and then
spent
2
years in the
Mediter
ranean
Theatel·.
For
the
past
two
summers,
he
has had
active
duty
at
the
C&GSC and
is
currently
completing
work
on
a doctor's
degree
at
the
University
of
Minnesota.

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