World War, TACTICS: Man Power

At the root of all questions of man power lies the size of the Army. The Navy and Air Force make gigantic demands upon us, but the great customer for man power is the Army.

So spoke last week a man who loves the Navy much, who carries a lump of sea salt in his mouth. For Winston Churchill such a statement was a kind of concession. But it was one which he had to make. By last week the Army—especially the one right at home—was very much on the British mind. Defense against...

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