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A friend mentioned that he found my approach to reading history so unusual that I thought I might write about it, briefly.

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Sam Fellman

The University of Southern Mississippi offers an odd list of 40 books with which every graduate student in military history should be familiar. How many have you read? I was surprised at how few. Some of the books listed here aren’t even the best on their given subject. And then there are books that are responses to books that aren’t listed. But to each his or her own.

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DoD

This reading list is excerpted, with permission, from the smart website “Logistics in War”:

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Most military professionals agree that reading plays a critical role in professional development, however, the practice isn’t as widespread as it should be throughout the services. Unfortunately, self-development is about as popular as Pabst Blue Ribbon in the early 1990s.

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