The Tactics of Invasion

June 1943
New Republic;6/28/43, Vol. 108 Issue 26, p847
Focuses on military decisions in the field of war strategy and war planning. Reference to Max Werner's book "Attack Can Win in '43," which discusses the brilliance and accuracy of prediction of the war; Report that the Anglo-American invasion and the Soviet Union front form part of an integrated war plan; Debate over the strategy to be pursued by the United Nations; Opinion of Werner that the basic factors in the strategy and planning of war are not very different from those of World War I; Emphasis on a decisive European victory that can create the means for a combined assault on Japanese power in the strategic zones.


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