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Military Review ~ Aug 1945

Military Review ~ Aug 1945

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1
MILITARY
REVIEW
I
ENGLISH
EDITION
Startin!! with the
AprIl
1 j45
issue.
the
CommandandGeneral
Staff
School
broadened
Its
scope by
publl'hing
the
M I
LIT
A RY
RE
VIEW
111
thrt'c lan
g'U3g'llS,
lHlInr·ly
Eng-
li~h.
Span"h.
and Por
tuguese.
Thl'
artieks that
appeal'
In
the Spanish
A
111<"
lean
and
In
the
Brazilian editions
will
be
foun,1
that
samemonth
in
the Engltsh
edition.
This
nntlPe is
to
ac
quaint
our
readers
with
the
fact and
to
insure
OUt"
Spanl..:;t--Amel'ican
and
Brazilian
n<'igh-
bors
that
It will be
our
mo"t sincere endeavorto
tran~late
the
English
text
faithfully, and
to
produce.
to
the best
of
our
ability,
a
magazine
that
is
authodtative,
infol'111utive,
interest-
ing
and instructive,
The
b'dito/'s
EDICIONH1SPANOAMERICANA
,on
el
numero
delmes de
abril
de
1945,
laEsruela
de
Comando
y
Estado
Mayor
ampli"
sus actividades
con
la
puhlicaci(lll
de
la
MILI-
TARY
REVIEW
en
tres
idiomas:
e:.-.panol,
portugucs
e Ingles.Los
articulos
que
se
pubhran
en
las
erlicio-neg
hlspanoamerirana
y
brasilena
apareceh,n
en
.Ia
edicion
norteameri
cana
del
mlsmo
mes,
POl'
medio
de
estas
lim~as,
de.seamos
hacer-
selo
saber
a
nuestros
lectol es y.
aseg-urades
a
nuestros
vecinos
de
Hispanoamerica
y
del
Brasil.
que
dedicaremos
!
Iluestro
mas
slncero
CR-
fuerzo
a
traduclr
con
exaetitud
la
version
inglesa
y
a
presentar,
de
acucrdo
con los
medios
a
nuestroalcance,
una
revista
autontativa,
in-
fOI
mativa. interesante
e
instructiva,
La
Rcdacci6n
EDICSAO
BRASILEIRA
Com
0
numero
do
mes
de
Abril
de
I94ii. a
Escola
de
Comando
e
Estado
Maior
estendeu
seus horizontes
com apublica<,;ao
da
MILI
TARY
REVIEW
em
tres
idiomas.
0
portu
gues,
0
espanhol
e
0
in-gles,Os
artigos
publicados
nas
edi<,;ues
brasileira
e
hispano-americana apa
r<'rerao
tambem
na
edi-
<;ao
emingles
do
mesmo
meso
Este
aviso tem
em
vista
dar
conhecimento
deste
fato
aos nossos
Ie
itores
e
assegurar
aos
no~so~
vizinhos bl'asi
leiros
e
hispano-ameri
canos que
serao
envida
dos
sinceros
esfor<,;os
na
tradu<;iio do
ingles.
para
apresentar-Ihes
com
os
meiosaonosso
aJcance,
uma revista
fidedigna,
informativa,
"interes
sante
e
instrutiva.
A Redu,iio
J
 
I"""""""
.. 
AUGUST1945NUMBER
5
Editor
-
in
-Gh
ief
Colonel
Frederick
M.
Barrows
Ed
it
or.
Spanish
-
Am
e
rican
Ed
i
tion Editor
.
Bra
zilian
Editi
on
Colon
el
Andres
L
opez
Major
Se
verino
Sombra.Brazilian
Army
Assistant
Editors
Lt
Col C.
Montilla
,
Maj
D.
E.
Gribble.
MajT.
D.
Pri
ce.
Maj
J.
McAdams
.
Capt
C.
B.
Realey
, 
Capt
D.
K.
Maissurow.
Lt
A.
D.
Bettencour
t,
LtL.
Galvan.
Lt
A.
Galvan 
Pr
od
ucti
on
Manag
e
r:
Maj
G.
M.
Smi
th.
Jr.
-
Business Manager:
CWO
C.
Williams
CONTENTS
Page
AIR
PoWER........... ·················. ..........
..
··....................................................................................................
Brig. Gen.
R.
C.
Candee
3 
STR
ATEGICAL
AsPEC
TS
OF
THE
FINAL
CAMPAIGNS AGAINST
GER
MANY'
..................................................
CoLCo
nrad
H.Lanza
9 REP
EAT
YOUR
IN
TELLIGENCE
TRAINING
........................................................................................
Lt.
Col.
James
F.
Miller
.
GSC
15
K
UZUMEl
MAKES
T
HE
TEAM
...._.........................................................................................................Col.
Jack
W.
Rudolph
,
GSC
17
STR
ATEGIC
OBJECT
IVES..
.....................................................................................................................
Lt
.Col.
David
A.
Hornby.
AC
24 
TilE
7TH
DIVISION
IN
LEY'TE
......................................................................................................................
Maj.
Gen
.A.
V.
Arnold
30 
SELL YOUR
FIELD
ARTILLERY
WITH
SPARE PARTS
AND
F
REE
SERVICING
..............................
Lt.
Col.
E.
L.
Hoopes
,
Jr
••
FA
33 
A
CURE
FOR
SHIPS
IDE
CONFUSION
..............................................................................................Lt.Col.
Edmond
E.
Russell.
TC
38 
TilE PILLBOX-A
TRAP
............ _...........................................................................................................
Lt
.Col.
John
E.
Kelly.
Inf
40 
PRIN
CIPLES
OF
FRENC
H
MILITARY
LE
GISLATION
.........................
..
.....................................................................I
rving
M.
Gibson
48 THEF
ALL
OF
ORMO
C ON
LEYTE
.......................................... _ ............................................................................
From
official
reports
51 THEP
ERSONNEL
PROBLEM
OF
THE HOSPITAL
SHIP
COMPLEMEN
T................................................
Maj
.
Sidney
Robbin.
MC.
andCapt.Thomas
G.
Scott.
TC
57 
T
HE
UNIT
ENGINEE
R............................................................................................................................
Maj
.
Maurice
W.
Johns.
CE
60 
ARTILLERY
AS
AN
IN
TELLIGEN
CE
AGENCy
.............................
'
........................................................L
t.
Col.
Samuel
S.
Edson.
FA
65 
WHY
COMMAND
INSPECT
IO
N
S? ..
.........................................................................................................
Lt.
Col.
LeonC.
Jackson.Inf
70 THE
PREVENTION
OF
TRE
NC
H
FOOT
................................................
From
The Bulletin
of
theU.
S.
Army
Medical Department
74 
AUXlLIARY PROPELLANT
S.................................................................... _ ...................................................
Capt.
Roy G. Tulane.
Inf
76 
ATTACK
THROOGH WOO
DS................................................................ _ ............... _..............................................................................78 
MI
LITARY
NOTES
AROUN
D
THE
WORLD
................................................................................................................................................79  F
OREIGN
MILITARY
DIGESTS.............................................................................................................................................................
..
...
85
JapaneseMorale.................................................................
...............................................................................................................
85
Military Doctrine of theR
ed
Army
..........................................................
.......................................................................................
89 
The
Air
War
in
South
eas
t Asia........................................................
..............................................................................................
93 
TheValue
of
Permanent Fortifications............................................................
................................................................................
97 
Attack
on
aFortified Zone
in
Ea
st
Prus
sia..............................._ .................................
................................................................
100 
The Renaissance
of
theFrench
Air
Force
.................................................................
.......................................................................
103 
Modern Trends
in
t
he
D
eve
lo
pm
ent
of Armed
Forc
es..............................................................
.....................................................
105 
RAF
Photographic Recon
nai
ssance
UniL
.................................
..
....................................
...............................................................
109 
Victory
in
the Pacific.........................................................................
...........................
..
................................................................
113 
Smoke
Scrl!ens
in
Tank
Operations
.....
........................................
..
..............
..
..........
.........................................................................
115 
Tt,rning the SiegfriedLine ......................................................................
.........................................................................................
117 
Jungle Fighting
in
Bu
r
ma
.....................................................................
...........................................................................................
120 
Artillery Support
of
I
nf
antry
Atta
ck..........................................................................
.....................................................................
121 
Airships.....................................................................
....................................................................................
..
...................................
124 
~ [ o n t g o m e r y
·
s
Tactic8...............................................................................
..................................................._ ..........................
..
.......
127 

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