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Recent Titles in Bibliographies and Indexes in Military Studies.
For Five World War II Veterans.
Aachen (Germany)—Siege, 1944.
Admiral Graf Spee (Battleship).
Air Bases—United States.
Air Bases, American.
Air Bases, American—Africa.
Air Bases, American—Alaska.
Air Bases, American—Burma.
Air Bases, American—China.
Air Bases, American—France.
Air Bases, American—Germany.
Air Bases, American—Guam.
Air Bases, American—Netherlands East Indies.
Air Bases, American—New Guinea.
Air Bases, American—Pacific.
Air Bases, American—Solomon Islands—Guadalcanal.
Air Bases, American—U.S..
Air Bases, American—U.S.—California.
Air Bases, American—Yugoslavia.
Air Bases, Chinese.
Air Drop—Gt. Brit..
Air Pilots, Military—Japan.
Air Pilots, Military—Japan—Training of.
Airborne Troops See also Subheading Airborne Troops Under Individual Armed Forces, Such as United States. Army—Airborne Troops.
Aircraft Carriers—Gt. Brit..
Airlift, Military See also Transport of Sick and Wounded.
Airmobility Operations (Military Science).
Airplanes, Military—Japan See also Fighter Planes—Japan.
Airplanes, Military—Soviet Union.
Airplanes, Military—U.S. See also Specific Types of Aircraft, Such as P-51 (Fighter Plane).
Airplanes, Military—U.S.—Design and Construction.
Akagi (Aircraft Carrier).
Amphibious Warfare See also Names of Military Operations Involving Amphibious Operations, Such as World War, 1939–1945—Campaigns—France—Normandy.
Anti-Aircraft Artillery—Soviet Union.
Anti-Aircraft Artillery—U.S.—Drill and Tactics.
Antitank Guns—U.S. See also Anti-Aircraft Artillery—U.S. and Anti-Aircraft Guns—U.S..
Antitank Weapons See also Antitank Guns.
Antitank Weapons—Soviet Union.
Antwerp (Belgium)—Strategic Aspects.
Anzio Beachhead, 1944.
Ardennes, Battle of the, 1944–1945.
Armed Forces Staff College (U.S.).
Army Industrial College (U.S.).
Army Naval Staff College (U.S.).
Arnhem, Netherlands, Battle of, 1944.
Artillery, Coast—Soviet Union.
Artillery, Coast—U.S.—Drill and Tactics.
Australia. Army. Papuan Infantry Battalion.
Austria. Army—Artillery—Drill and Tactics.
Automobiles, Military—U.S. See also Jeep Automobile.
Benjamin Franklin (Aircraft Carrier).
Bismark (German Battleship).
Bombers—U.S. See also Particular Models, Such As B-29 (Bomber).
Bombing, Aerial See also World War, 1939–1945—Aerial Operations and Names of Countries or Cities with the Subdivision Bombardment, Such As Berlin—Bombardment.
Boyington, Gregory "Pappy".
Britain, Battle of, 1940.
Browning Automatic Rifle.
Camouflage (Military Science).
Camp Lejeune (North Carolina).
Canada. Royal Canadian Naval College.
Cassino (Italy), Battle of, 1944.
C-82 (Cargo Aircraft).
Chandler, Theodore E..
China. Air Force. Chinese-American Composite Wing.
China. Army See also Sino-Japanese Conflict, 1937–1945, World War, 1939–1945—Campaigns—China, and World War, 1939–1945—Campaigns—Burma.
Citizens' Military Training Camps.
Coast Defenses—Gt. Brit..
Coast Defense—Soviet Russia.
Collins, J. Lawton.
Command and General Staff School (U.S.).
Command of Troops.
Communications, Military—Soviet Union.
Communications, Military—U.S. See also Radio, Military—U.S..
Crete, Battle of 1941.
Cunningham, Sir Andrew.
Damage Control (Warships).
Defensive (Military Science).
Devers, Jacob L..