Our Superiority

Marshall, George C.
October 1944
Vital Speeches of the Day;10/1/44, Vol. 10 Issue 24, p743
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Presents the text of a speech delivered by U.S. Army Chief of Staff General George C. Marshall on September 18, 1944 which deals with the military campaign in the midst of World War II.


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