The Power of Unified Strategy

Werner, Max
November 1942
New Republic;11/2/42, Vol. 107 Issue 18, p568
Focuses on the power of Unified strategy of the United Nations, with reference to the crisis brought about by the nature and requirements of effective coalition warfare. Causes of military crisis; Complexity of situation with regard to a coalition war on the part of the Allies; Interconnections between the Allied fronts; Need of clarity in determining the real requirements for strategic coordination in the war of coalition; Prerequisites for a Unified United Nations Command; Direction for the strategy of the United Nations.


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