The purpose of this paper is to show that our army school system is the chief factor in the technical education of the regular officer, and to point out what the writer believes to be two major weaknesses, and to outline the action recommended.
This paper explains warfare in South Africa, specifically Magersfontein operations during the Boer War. The study discusses defensive positions, preparedness, attacks, and gives insight into lessons learned from British armed forces and the Boers...
This study evaluates the question of why did the tanks fail to contribute materially to the success of the attack with conclusions that lack of planning and reconnaissance, poor condition of tanks, and poor positioning were the causes.
This study recounts the operations of the Australian and New Zealand Corps during their attack in the Gallipoli campaign. Analysis shows that correct planning, element of surprise, and aggressive leadership would have secured the operation.
This paper gives an account of the British supply operations during the Palestine campaign. Particular reference is given to operations following the capture of Gaza. Issues of supply include water, railways, and other transportation.
This study focuses on the principle of security and how the French Fourth Army incorporated it into their operations. Includes a translation : "Requette--"Etude Tactique" (Combat between the French 3d Colonial Division and the German VI Corps at...
This paper discusses the operations and turning movements of the Japanese forces during the Battle of the Yalu. The study describes and highlights the actions, movements, plans, etc., of the Japanese 12th Division.