TITLE

Marching Armies

PUB. DATE
January 1923
SOURCE
America;1/20/1923, Vol. 28 Issue 14, p326
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The author reflects on armies, stating that marching armies look well in pictures, read well in books, and are part of the glory of war. The author states that deeds of bravery cannot be separated from the members of the army. According to the author, in actual life the facts are different as armies are created to kill, destroy and devastate, and war is a grim business. The author notes that American army failed its mission to end all war.
ACCESSION #
35303119

 

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