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Rare and Used Books | Battlefields.ca

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Rod Paschall, US ARMY.
Algonquin Books, 1989. HC, DJ, VG, 247 pg. From Major Battles and Campaigns series. Fascinating analysis of the major battles of 1917 and 1918, including much on strategy and maneuver, and of course attrition. $15. [More Info]


Waco Treasury Report - First Half

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* B: Tactical Operations Expert Reports by Wade Y. Ishimoto, John A. Kolman, George Morrison, John J. Murphy, Rod Paschall, Robert A. Sobocienski
? Colonel Rod Paschall, a retired commander of the U.S. Army First Special Forces Group--Delta (Delta Force)


5 facts about the all-black 369th Army regiment that fought in WWI - Business Insider

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Musicians like Europe continued to play while serving abroad, touring thousands of miles to perform,according to Rod Paschall, director of the U.S. Army's Military History Institute.
This exposure to a deeply American style of music - jazz - had a profound and lasting impact in France. It also produced a corps of Latin and black musicians who found themselves in demand in New York after their service. "While concrete proof is impossible to produce in these sorts of social movements,"Paschall writes.


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By Rod Paschall


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By Rod Paschall
Rod Paschall, editor-at-large for MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History, was a Special Forces detachment commander in Vietnam in 1962-63, served in Laos in 1964 and returned to Vietnam in 1966 as a company commander and staff officer until 1968. He finished his Southeast Asian service in Cambodia in 1974-75.


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