TITLE

Yankee Army in the South

AUTHOR(S)
Smith, Frank
PUB. DATE
March 1943
SOURCE
New Republic;3/29/43, Vol. 108 Issue 13, p411
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on American Soldiers who settled their army camps in Texas and the deep South. Report that these areas provides the cheapest climate the army can find for its training establishment; Changes taken place in the social life of the towns that have become suburbs of the major camps; Information on clashes between personalities and folkways; Offers a look on behavior of Southerns towards Northerns; Information on ease in establishing cordial mutual relations after army invasion; Discussion of poverty in Northern regions; Reason of training program in South; Opinion of the author on improvement in interpersonal relations of Northern and Southerns.
ACCESSION #
14762338

 

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