`It Shall Be Done' quite accurately sum up the National Guard's World War II

Kelly, C. Brian
February 2000
Military History;Feb2000, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p82
Probes that the World War II (WWII) contributions of the United States National Guard could be summed up by the official slogan `It Shall Be Done'. Views on Douglas Mac Arthur's famed WWII outfit; Regard for the movie `Saving Private Ryan.'


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