Sidi-bel-Abbes, May 1943: The 39th Infantry was not ready to suffer the shameful diseases…

On November 8th, 1942, the U.S. Army jumped into game along with the British and French in North Africa. Today, it is well known and not disrespectful to say that the U.S. Army at that time, was not ready to fight the strong German Army, and the American success in North Africa were partly gained thank to some incredible leadership characters more than the nearly nonexistent combat experience. But at the U.S. Army Staff Branch […]

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