Guard wars : the 28th Infantry Division in World War II /
The transformation of citizen soldiers into an effective combat unit during World War II.
Bloomington, Ind. :
Indiana University Press,
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- Introduction : background and issues
- Relations with the army and state identity
- Readiness and training, 1939-1941
- Peacetime maneuvers, 1939-1941
- The Pennsylvania National Guard and American society
- Social class, recruiting, and ideology
- The October purge
- Stateside training, 1942-1943
- Training in Wales, 1943-1944
- From Normandy to the West Wall
- Battle of the Hürtgen Forest : a leadership failure
- Battle of the Bulge : stubbornness and flexibility
- Winter battles
- Appendix 1: The execution of Private Slovik
- Appendix 2: The reestablishment of the Pennsylvania National Guard.