The Army and Economic Mobilization

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UNITED STATES ARMY IN WORLD WAR II
The multivolume series, UNITED STATES ARMY IN WORLD WAR II, consists of a number of subseries which are tentatively planned as follows: The War Department, The Army Air Forces, The Army Ground Forces, The Army Service Forces, Defense of the Western Hemisphere, The War in the Pacific, European Theater of Operations, Mediterranean Theater of Operations, The Middle East Theater, The China-Burma-India Theater, The Technical Services, Special Studies, and Pictorial Record.The following volumes have been published or are in press:*
The War Department
Chief of Staff: Prewar Plans and Preparation
Washington Command Post: The Operations Division
Strategic Planning for Coalition Warfare: 1941-1942
Strategic Planning for Coalition Warfare: 1943-1944
Global Logistics and Strategy: 1940-1943
The Army and Economic Mobilization
The Army and Industrial Manpower

The Army Ground Forces
The Organization of Ground Combat Troops
The Procurement and Training of Ground Combat Troops

The Army Service Forces
The Organization and Role of the Army Service Forces

Defense of the Western Hemisphere
The Framework of Hemisphere Defense

The War in the Pacific
Okinawa: The Last Battle
Guadalcanal: The First Offensive
The Approach to the Philippines
The Fall of the Philippines
Seizure of the Gilberts and Marshalls
Victory in Papua
CARTWHEEL: The Reduction of Rabaul

European Theater of Operations
xxdThe Lorraine Campaign
Cross-Channel Attack
Logistical Support of the Armies, Volume I
Logistical Support of the Armies, Volume II
The Supreme Command
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The volumes on the Army Air Forces, published by the University of Chicago Press, are not included in this list.

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