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Posted November 28, 2000
This work is rapidly becoming a military classic and that is hard to argue with. Doubler, a serving officer in the Army, was one of the first authors who have called into dispute many historians' critical assessments of the U.S. Army's performance in the ETO. In this volume, Doubler contends through many convincing arguments that the G.I.s were quick learners and adapted to whatever conditions (with few exceptions) they faced. Seldom given credit for the improvisations they made on the battlefield, the G.I.s became by the war's end, a very formidable fighting force and more than a match for their German adversaries.
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