Global Logistics and Strategy, 1940-1943

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2. The Two Wars: The Flow of Army Troops Overseas, December 1941- April 1943717.
3. The Two Wars: The Flow of Army Cargo Overseas, December 1941- April 1943717.
4. The Two Wars: Build-up of Army Strength Overseas, 31 December 1941- 30 April 1943718.
5. The Two Wars: Build-up of Army Assigned Shipping, March 1942-March 1943718.
Maps
1. The World Map Inside back cover
2. Logistics of British Imperial Defense, 1940-4147.
3. Logistics of Hemisphere Defense,194151.
4. The Pacific Areas, 1 August 1942175.
5. American Transoceanic Supply, 1942-43349.
6. Lines of Communication in French North Africa418.
7. Lines of Communication in China-Burma-India Theater, December 1942529.
8. Persian Corridor Supply Routes572.
9. Logistics of Coalition War, 1942-43720.
Illustrations
1. Army and Navy Munitions Board, June 194131.
2. Army-Navy Amphibious Maneuvers, August194166.
3. Beachhead Supply Dump67.
4. Aboard H. M. S. Prince of Wales During the Atlantic Conference, August 194198.
5. Meeting of the Joint Board, November 1941120.
6. Army War Plans Division, November 1941130.
7. The Troop Transport SS Monterey148.
8. En Route to Northern Ireland, February 1942160.
9. Quonset Huts in Northern Ireland and Newly Arrived Troops161.
10. The Liner Normandie Burning204.
11. Rear Adm. Emory S. Land, Maritime Commission Chairman and War Shipping Administrator218.
12. Lewis W. Douglas, Deputy Administrator, War Shipping Administration219.
13. Key Figures of the Services of Supply, March 1942229.
14. Preparing To Board a Troopship234.
15. Loading Ships, New York Port, 1943235.
16. American and British Air Chiefs, Lt. Gen. Henry H. Arnold and Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles Portal275.

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