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The Services Of Supply; A Memoir Of The Great War
General Johnson Hagood
October 15, 2006
by Scholar"s Bookshelf
Written in English
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Major General Johnson Hagood (–) was one of South Carolina's most distinguished army officers of the twentieth century. An artillerist and a scholar of military science, Hagood became a noted expert in logistics and served as the chief of staff of the Services of Supply in World War I : Johnson Hagood.
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