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A meeting of the Department of the Army, Historical Advisory Committee in Washington.  Standing, from the left:  Colonel Roger H. Nye, US Military Academy; Professor Harry L. Coles, Command and General Staff College; Brigadier General Robert G. Yerks, US Army War College; Professor Peter Paret, Stanford University; Professor Edward M. Coffman, University of Wisconsin; and Professor Frank Freidel, Jr., Harvard University.  Seated, from the left:  Dr. Marice Matloff, Chief Historian, Center of Military History; Brigadier General James L. Collins, Jr., Chief of Military History; Dr. Otis A. Singletary, University of Kentucky and Chairman of the Department of the Army Historical Advisory Committee; Professor Russell F. Weigley, Temple University; and major General Burnside E. Huffman, Jr., US Army Training and Doctrine Command

A meeting of the Department of the Army, Historical Advisory Committee in Washington. Standing, from the left: Colonel Roger H. Nye, US Military Academy; Professor Harry L. Coles, Command and General Staff College; Brigadier General Robert G. Yerks, US Army War College; Professor Peter Paret, Stanford University; Professor Edward M. Coffman, University of Wisconsin; and Professor Frank Freidel, Jr., Harvard University. Seated, from the left: Dr. Marice Matloff, Chief Historian, Center of Military History; Brigadier General James L. Collins, Jr., Chief of Military History; Dr. Otis A. Singletary, University of Kentucky and Chairman of the Department of the Army Historical Advisory Committee; Professor Russell F. Weigley, Temple University; and major General Burnside E. Huffman, Jr., US Army Training and Doctrine Command

Date

  • [1970]

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  • University of Kentucky.

Language

  • English

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