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This is probably well known to many of you, but I stumbled across a great selection of primary source documents in the US Army Military History Institute's Digital Library.

It includes AARs, a series of War Department pamphlets called Combat Lessons, lectures, interviews with Generals, handbooks, and a whole mess of other goodies.

The documents are in .pdf format, a bit slow to load, and can be hard to read (blurry typescript doesn't scan too well), but are well worth the trouble.

There are also documents from all of the US Army's other conflicts, from the Revolution to the Gulf. Really fascinating reading.


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