In Caesar's Shadow: The Life of General Robert Eichelberger

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NOTES
1.
General George S. Simonds to Robert L. Eichelberger, 12 September 1936, Eichelberger Papers; General William D. Connor to Robert L. Eichelberger, 17 September 1936, Eichelberger Papers.
2.
Eichelberger Dictations, "Notes for a Possible Historian", 27 January 1961, 6; Eichelberger Dictations, "Memories of Time and Men", 7 December 1954, 2.
3.
Eichelberger Dictations, "RLE and AG Dept.", 31 July 1961, 2; Eichelberger Dictations , "Memorandum", 15 October 1953, 5.
4.
Eichelberger Dictations, "Some Thoughts about General Marshall", 24 April 1961, 2; Eichelberger Dictations, "Notes for a Possible Historian", 27 January 1961, 7.
5.
Eichelberger Dictations, "With the 30th Infantry", 31 July 1961, 1.
7.
General George C. Marshall to Colonel Robert Eichelberger, 2 October 1940, box 66, George C. Marshall Papers, Lexington, Virginia; Eichelberger Dictations, "Some Memories of George Catlett Marshall", 25 November 1957, 4.
8.
Eicbelberger Dictations, "With the 30th Infantry", 31 July 1961, 1-2.
9.
Eichelberger Dictations, "AGD and Later Service", 1 August 1960, 2; Eichelberger Dictations, "Memorandum (For Dr. Luvaas or any other person who may work on my papers)", 15 October 1956, 2.
10.
Eichelberger Dictations, "Notes for a Possible Historian with Some Thoughts on my Career as it Developed", 27 January 1961, 8-9; C. S. Hodges to Robert Eichelberger, 16 August 1939, Eichelberger Papers; Walter E. Prosser to Robert Eichelberger, 21 August 1939, Eichelberger Papers.
11.
Eichelberger, Our Jungle Road to Tokyo, xviii; Eichelberger Dictations, "With the 30th Infantry", 31 July 1961, 2.
12.
Eichelberger Dictations, "How I Came To Be Selected Superintendent, USMA", 8 September 1961, 1; Eichelberger Dictations, "Notes for a Possible Historian", 27 January 1961, 9-10.
13.
Eichelberger Dictations, "Memories of Time and Men", 7 December 1954, 3; Eichelberger Dictations, "Some Memories of George Catlett Marshall", 25 November 1967, 6.
14.
Eichelberger Dictations, "Memories of Time and Men", 7 December 1954, 3; Eichelberger Dictations, "Some Memories of George Catlett Marshall", 25 November 1967, 6.
15.
Eichelberger, Our Jungle Road to Tokyo, xviii.
16.
Eichelberger Dictations, "Memories of Time and Men", 7 December 1954, 3- 5.
17.
Eichelberger Dictations, "Some Thoughts About General Marshall", 24 April 1961, 3; Eichelberger Dictations, "Some Memories of George Catlett Marshall", 25 November 1957, 6.
18.
Henry "Hap" Arnold to Robert Eichelberger, 24 October 1941, and Robert Eichelberger to H. H. Arnold, 7 November 1941, General H. H. Arnold Papers, container #12, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
19.
Eichelberger, Our Jungle Road to Tokyo, xx.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Note x
  • 1 - ORIGINS OF A MILITARY CAREER 1
  • Notes 5
  • 2 - FORMATION OF A PERSONALITY 7
  • Notes 13
  • 3 - SIBERIA -- A PERSONALITY EMERGES 15
  • Notes 25
  • 4 - PATHS TO PROMOTION 29
  • Notes 39
  • 5 - PREPARATION FOR WARTIME COMMAND 43
  • Notes 54
  • 6 - BUNA -- THE PYRRHIC VICTORY 57
  • Notes 75
  • 7 - STRUGGLES FROM THE SIDELINES 81
  • Notes 91
  • 8 - HOLLANDIA AND BIAK -- VICTORY AND CONFLICT 95
  • Notes 105
  • 9 - THE PHILIPPINES -- COMPETITION WITH KRUEGER 109
  • Notes 124
  • 10 - VICTORY AND DISAPPOINTMENT 131
  • Notes 142
  • 11 - MILITARY OCCUPATION OF JAPAN 149
  • Notes 162
  • 12 - RETIREMENT -- AND TURMOIL 173
  • Notes 190
  • Conclusion 205
  • Notes 208
  • SOURCES 209
  • Index 221
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