September 1940

New Styles in Organization

Volume 24, Issue 3

PERHAPS one of the most fruitful ways of analyzing organizational requirements is to review briefly the lessons derived from recent wars and the various campaigns of the present war to date.

The Ethiopian war, which was filled with bloody and bitter fighting, was above all a triumph for motorization and engineering skill. Effective air support plus the splendid quality of American trucks enabled the Italian Army to bring a difficult campaign to an early and successful conclusion.

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