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" IT is doubtful if any nation rated as a first power ever entered upon a war of offence in a condition of less military preparation than was the United States in 1898. At that time there were not sufficient reserve supplies in the possession of the War... "
Organized Democracy - Page 156
by Albert Stickney - 1906 - 268 lehte
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The Spanish-American War

Russell Alexander Alger - 1901 - 465 lehte
...XXIV CONCLUSION IT is doubtful if any nation rated as a first power ever entered upon a war of offence in a condition of less military preparation than was...the possession of the War Department to fully equip 10,000 men in addition to the regular army as it then stood. In discussing the unpreparedness for war,...
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Essentials in American History (from the Discovery to the Present Day)

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1905 - 583 lehte
...prepared American ^ uan^^e> clothe, or feed so many men. Secretary of War, 455 War Alger said, " It is doubtful if any nation rated as a first-class...military preparation than was the United States in 1898." 0 100 SOO 300 ATLANTIC \" ' OC FA H THE SPANISH WAR AND ITS RESULTS pedo boats left Spain for Cuba....
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Essentials in American History (from the Discovery to the Present Day)

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1905 - 583 lehte
...prepared ^American to haniilej clothe, or feed so many men. Secretary of War, 455 War Alger said, " It is doubtful if any nation rated as a first-class...military preparation than was the United States in 1898." Meanwhile a second Spanish fleet of four THE SPANISH WAR AND ITS RESULTS pedo boats left Spain for...
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New American History

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1917 - 652 lehte
...War Department was not prepared to handle, clothe, or feed so many men. Secretary of War Alger said, "It is doubtful if any nation rated as a first-class...offense in a condition of less military preparation." Meanwhile a second small Spanish fleet left Spain for Cuba. Admiral Schley with a flying squadron was...
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Infantry School (U.S.) - 1953
...1951, ch.27; reproduced by permission.) A bad system; It Is doubtful if any nation rated as a first power ever entered upon a war of offense in a condition of less military preparation than wee the United States in 1898 To ^The/. . . causes, .. .which may be directly ascribed to the failure...
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