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West Point ’41
The Class That Went to War and Shaped America
Anne Kazel-Wilcox, PJ Wilcox; Lt. Gen. Edward L. Rowny, (Ret.), contrib.; Brigadier General (ret.) U.S. Army Michael J. Meese, fwd.

University Press of New England



Contents

• Foreword, by Michael J. Meese Brigadier General (ret.) U.S. Army
• Preface
• Contributors
• Hell on the Hudson
• Upon the Fields of Friendly Strife •At the Post
• Pass the Ammunition
• Humble Honor
• Baptism into War
• Jump Time in Sicily
• Dawn and Dusk
• Gothic Fronts
• The Nose of the Bulge
• Contact at Houffalize
• The Empire Is Unseated
• Bittersweet Freedom
• Victory Europe
• Bombs Away
• Bataan a Yard at a Time
• Shifting Gears
• Going Up, Under, and Over There
• The Chill of the Cold War
• Gazing into the Future
• Little Gold Corvette
• Anticipating New Fronts
• Trials and Trauma of the Vietnam Era
• Permission to Withdraw
• Epilogue
• Acknowledgments
• Appendix: United States Military Academy Class of 1941
• Notes
• Bibliography
• Index of Formations and Units
• Index of Names and Subjects

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