ARMY & NAVY: The Great Illusion


Of all the words sputtered last week on the subject of U. S. Defense, the most revealing did not come from Franklin Roosevelt (see p. 11). Nor did they come from editors or plain citizens, demanding effective Defense at any cost (see p. 12). Nor from the U. S. Senate, unanimously voting $3,297,000,000 for the Army & Navy. Nor from Chief of Staff George Catlett Marshall, saying that the Army with all its new money cannot be ready for a war before December 1941. Nor from Chief of Naval Operations Harold...

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