US Army Center of Military History

Historical Resources Branch


HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

Office of the Chief of Military History (OCMH) Manuscripts

and Center of Military History Manuscripts (CMH)


The following is a list of unpublished Office of the Chief of Military History (OCMH) and Center of Military History Studies held by the Historical Resources Branch, U.S. Army Center of Military History:


OCMH-1 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Use of Troops in Civil Disturbances Since World War II, Supplement I (September 1965-October 1966. Paul J. Scheips. No date given.

40 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). CMH Study 75. 3 copies.

Covers eleven civil disturbances that required the use of troops in the period from September 1965 to October 1966: Shade Gap, Pennsylvania (17-18 May 1966); Jackson, Mississippi (26 June 1966); Omaha, Nebraska (4-6 July 1966); Kansas City, Missouri (12 July 1966); Chicago, Illinois (12-24 July 1966); Cleveland, Ohio (31 July 1966); Wauwatosa and Milwaukee, Wisconsin (28-30 August 1966); Benton Harbor, Michigan (31 August-5 September 1966); Dayton, Ohio (1-7 September 1966); Cicero, Illinois (4 September 1966); and San Francisco, California (27 September-2 October 1966). Also see OCMH-46, OCMH-54, OCMH-83, and OCMH-107.

OCMH-2 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Societies and Armies. Joint Authors. No date given.

Approx. 112 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Prepared at the request of the Director of Personnel and Research, DCSPER. Contains a comparison of armies and the societies from which they came. Topics covered are: Roman Imperial Army of the First and Second Centuries, A.D.; The American Army of the Revolution, 1775-1778; British Army, 1914-1920; United States Army, 1861-1865; Russian Army of World War I; and the Australian Army, 1940-1950.

OCMH-3 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Evolution of the Enlisted Grade Structure of the U.S. Army 1775-1959. Robert W. Coakley, Benjamin F. Cooling, Detmar Finke, and Daniel P. Griffin. No date given.

65 pp., text, 19 tables, 21 plates, 7-page bibliography. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 3 copies.

Describes the enlisted grade structure of the United States Army by dividing it into three periods: 1775 to 1900; 1900 to 1920; and 1920 to 1959. Focus of attention is on the last of these three periods.

OCMH-4 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Airborne Operations. Benjamin F. Cooling, Ernest Fisher, Walter Hermes, Charles B. MacDonald, Billy C. Mossman, H. S. Wolfe, Martin Blumenson, and Charles V. P. von Luttichau. No date given.

Approx. 75 pp., text. Typescript. (SECRET). Second copy redacted to UNCLASSIFIED.

Describes evolution of U.S. airborne operations from the period prior to World War II up to the Vietnam War. Discusses: U.S. Airborne Doctrinal Concepts; Airborne Troops in Ground Operations--World War II; Airborne Operations in Korea; The Lebanon Operation; The Congolese Rescue Operation; Airlift in the Dominican Crisis; and U.S. Airmobile Operations in Vietnam.

OCMH-5 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Review of the Situation in South Vietnam, 1945-1961, and Its Relevancy to the Current Situation in Thailand. Charles V. P. von Luttichau and Vincent Demma. No date given.

35 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). Copy not located.

Describes similarities and dissimilarities between South Vietnam and Thailand.

OCMH-6 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Review of the Situation in South Vietnam 1956-1961, and its Relevancy to the Current Situation in Thailand. Charles V. P. Luttichau and Vincent Demma. c. 1966.

38 pp., text. Typescript. (SECRET). 3 copies.

Contains discussion of guerrilla operations and movements in Vietnam and Thailand. Chapters: General Background; Policies; The Viet Cong, 1954-1960; The Army of Vietnam (ARVN); Paramilitary Forces in South Vietnam; Counterinsurgency Plans for South Vietnam; and Comparison of the Incipient Communist Insurgency in Thailand with Vietnam.

OCMH-7 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Army Reserve Requirements of Pre-1951 and Pre-1955 Periods Universal Training and Service Act of 1951. Robert W. Coakley and Karl E. Cocke. 1967.

7 pp., text. Typescript. (SECRET). 2 copies.

Contains discussion of universal military training and selective service in the 1950s.

OCMH-8 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Inflation in the Republic of Korea During the Korean War. Billy C. Mossman. No date given.

7 pp., text. Typescript. (Regraded UNCLASSIFIED from original SECRET).

Contains a brief discussion of inflation during the Korean War and identifies as causes: increase in money supply; and inability to expand production or even revive industrial and mineral production to levels achieved prior to World War II.

OCMH-9 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Tactical Airlift Command and Control, WWII and Korea. Charles B. MacDonald, Earl F. Ziemke, Richard Weinert, and Martin Blumenson. No date given.

33 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Contains examples of tactical airlift command and control relationships: U.S. and United Kingdom experience in the Mediterranean and European Theaters, World War II; air transport in the Pacific during World War II; German and Soviet experience in World War II; employment of tactical airlift units in support of land forces in the Korean War; and doctrinal development.

OCMH-10 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Three Studies on the Historical Development of the Army Logistical Organization. Robert W. Coakley, Martin Blumenson, and James E. Hewes, Jr. No date given.

Approx. 200 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes three case studies: establishment of the Army Service Forces and its demise; Army logistics before Project 80; and a review of logistics organization created by Project 80 and Project 100 and subsequent changes.

OCMH-11 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Organization for Logistical Planning in World War II and the Korean War and Lessons Learned from the Planning Experience. Robert W. Coakley and Billy C. Mossman. No date given.

1 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Describes short and long range logistical planning in World War II and the Korean War. Emphasis is placed on lessons learned from the planning process.

OCMH-12 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Republic of the Congo, 1960-1966: A Chronology. Walter G. Hermes. 5 December 1966.

87 pp., text. Typescript. (Regraded SECRET from original TOP SECRET).

Contains a chronological historical background of political-military events that outline the extent of involvement by U.N., Belgian, U.S., and other forces.

OCMH-13 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Strategic Warning--Seven Case Studies. Robert W. Coakley, Charles B. MacDonald, Billy C. Mossman, Martin Blumenson, and Richard Kugler. No date given.

86 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains seven case studies: German attack on the Low Countries and France (May 1940); Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor (December 1941); Allied invasion of Normandy (June 1944); German attack in the Ardennes (December 1944); North Korean invasion of South Korea (June 1950); Communist Chinese intervention in the Korean War (October-November 1950); and the Cuban Missile Crisis (1962).

OCMH-14 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. U.S. Army's Role in the Cuban Crisis, 1962. Richard Kugler. March 1967.

422 pp., text, maps, charts. Typescript. (Regraded UNCLASSIFIED from original TOP SECRET). CMH Monograph 78M.

Contains discussions of: strategy and policy (Chapters I-III); the command structure, both Army and Joint (Chapter IV); and Army operations (Chapters V-VIII).

OCMH-15 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Historical Background of Joint Army/Air Force Participation in Continental Air Defense. Vincent Demma. May 1967.

20 pp., text. Typescript. (SECRET). Copy not located.

Contains historical treatment of Joint Army/Air Force participation in the air defense of the Continental United States from the end of World War II to 1965.

OCMH-16 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Unpreparedness at the Outset of War. Robert W. Coakley. No date given.

4 pp., text. Typescript. (Regraded UNCLASSIFIED from original SECRET).

Condensed reviews of fast deployment logistics in World War II, the Korean War, the Lebanon Crisis, the Cuban Crisis, and the Dominican Crisis.

OCMH-17 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Use of Light Antiaircraft Weapons in a Ground Support Role in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Billy C. Mossman and John Albright. 1968.

36 pp., text. Typescript. (Regraded UNCLASSIFIED from original SECRET).

Contains general information on the employment of light antiaircraft weapons in ground support. Provides specific examples of that employment, and references or footnotes describing the sources of information.

OCMH-18 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Summary of Historical Resume Concerning Intra-Theater Airlift Since World War II. Ernest F. Fisher, Jr. 1968.

27 pp., text. Typescript. (SECRET).

Covers operations during the Korean War (June 1950 to July 1953); the Lebanon Crisis (July 1958); the Republic of the Congo Crisis (July 1969); the Cuban Missile Crisis (October 1962); the Dominican Crisis (April 1965); and the Pacific Theater build-up for Vietnam (July 1965).

OCMH-19 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Organization, Missions, and Areas of the United States Southern Command and its Predecessors. Paul J. Scheips and Daniel P. Griffin. No date given.

99 pp., text. Reproduced. (Originally TOP SECRET; 2 copies regraded SECRET; Copy 3 redacted to UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains three chapters covering: the historical background, 1899-1942 (Chapter I); the Caribbean Command (Chapter II); and the Southern Command 1963-1967 (Chapter III).

OCMH-20 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Background and Philosophy Regarding the Position of the General Staff. Detmar Finke. No date given.

5 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 3 copies.

Contains a brief survey of the background and philosophy of the Secretary of the General Staff beginning with the establishment of the Provisional General Staff.

OCMH-21 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The U.S. Army in the Dominican Crisis. Walter G. Hermes. No date given.

37 pp., text. Reproduced. (SECRET).

Text delivered as an OCMH Seminar. Describes working methods and problems encountered in the Dominican Crisis and a review of the U.S. Army's role in that crisis.

OCMH-22 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Use of Indigenous Labor in the Pacific in World War II and in the Korean War. Robert W. Coakley, Karl E. Cocke, and Daniel P. Griffin. No date given.

49 pp., text, tables. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains a brief section on Type B organization used in the Philippines during World War II; a section on the Korean Service Corps; and a section on native labor in the Southwest Pacific, China, India, the Philippines, and Korea.

OCMH-23 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. A Chronology of Significant Events in the Initial Year of Deployment of the Army Anti-Ballistic Missile Sentinel System. Benjamin F. Cooling. November 1968.

205 pp., text. Typescript. (SECRET). 2 copies.

Contains a chronology of the Sentinel missile system covering the period 18 September 1967 to 30 June 1968.

OCMH-24 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Growth of the U.S. Army Advisory Effort in the Republic of Vietnam (RVN), 1956-1965. Charles V. P. von Luttichau. July 1967.

14 pp., text. Typescript. (SECRET).

A historical review of the growth of the U.S. advisory effort in South Vietnam. Discusses the reasons for the effort and for its growth. Outlines the changes in the mission. Contains a historical discussion of: the growth of the U.S. advisory effort in South Vietnam; the reasons for this effort and its growth; and the changes to the mission.

OCMH-25 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Non-Military Contributions of the U.S. Army to American Society. Walter G. Hermes. September 1967.

4 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Summary statement of the Army's contributions since 1775 in the growth of the nation outside the realm of military action. Also see OCMH-112, OCMH-116, and OCMH-122.

OCMH-26 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Examples of Total War. Stetson Conn. 17 October 1968.

5 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Discusses examples of total war (defined as war in which the objective is the extermination of the enemy or rendering the enemy incapable of self-defense, i.e., "winning by knockout rather than winning on points"). Examples of war of extermination discussed are: Third Punic War; Mongol Invasion; Albigensian Crusade; Haitian War of Independence; Taiping Rebellion in China; and Paraguayan War. Knockout wars discussed are: English Civil War; American Civil War; Spanish Civil War; Nigerian Civil War; Mexican War; Franco-Prussian War; Seven Years' War; World War I; and World War II.

OCMH-27 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Background and Philosophy Regarding the Position of the White House Liaison Officer, 1941-1968. Detmar Finke and Ruth Markwood. No date given.

10 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains a report on the origin of the position of the White House Liaison Officer (WHLO) and a history of that position. Includes a list of all White House Liaison Officers from December 1941 to September 1967.

OCMH-28 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Vietnam-Philippine Insurrection Parallel. LTC Johnson. February 1963.

69 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Contains a comparison of the Philippine Insurrection with the early phase of the Vietnam War, with an emphasis on the Philippine Insurrection. Stresses the similarities.

OCMH-29 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Demobilization Following the Korean War. Robert W. Coakley, Karl E. Cocke, and Daniel P. Griffin. 1968.

228 pp., text, tables, figures. Typescript. (SECRET). 2 copies. Also 7 copies redacted to UNCLASSIFIED.

Contains an account of the gradual phasing down of the military forces in Korea during the period from 1953 to 1957.

OCMH-30 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Survey of Planning for the Mobilization and Deployment of Army Divisions. Walter G. Hermes. No date given.

Approx. 70 pp., text, tables. Typescript. (TOP SECRET). Copy not located.

Contains a summary and a survey of the following topics: Demobilization and Decline (1945-1950); the Korean War; Massive Retaliation (1954-1961); Reemergence of Limited War (1961-1965); the Vietnam War (1965 to date).

OCMH-31 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Effects of Changing Administrations and Events on Army Postures and Programs, 1929-1968. Robert W. Coakley. No date given.

26 pp., summary text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Contains a discussion of the Army experience with the changing of presidential administrations during the Hoover, Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy-Johnson, and Johnson administrations.

OCMH-32 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Negotiations Concerning the Release of U.S. Army Pilots from North Korea, 1963-1964. No author. No date given.

47 pp., Memorandum, correspondence, and extracts from records. Typescript and reproduced. (SECRET).

Contains primary and secondary source materials.

OCMH-33 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Review and Analysis of the Command and Control Structure in Vietnam. Donald F. Harrison. 1968.

Approx. 200 pp., text. Reproduced. (SECRET). 2 copies.

A feeder report to a study prepared by the Management Review Team, Office of the Comptroller. Contains information on: the command structure in the European Theater of Operations during World War II; the Far East Command during the Korean War (1950-1953); the evolution of U.S. Military Assistance Command Vietnam (MACV)-Army command arrangements in South Vietnam (1961-1966); and the role of the military advisor in the Korean War and Vietnam War. Also see OCMH-34.

OCMH-34 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Review of Army Command and Control Structure in Vietnam, Tentative Study Report. Donald F. Harrison. April 1968.

Approx. 500 pp., text. List of persons interviewed. References. Reproduced. (SECRET).

Expanded version of OCMH-33. Chapters: Abstract; Introduction; Analysis; Doctrine for an Army Component Command; Analysis of Functions; Analysis by Headquarters; Development of Alternative Organizational Patterns; and Other Recommendations. Most chapters include appendices and annexes. Includes specific informaiton on: Command and control structures in the European Theater of Operations (ETO) in World War II; organization of the Far East Command (FEC) during the Korean War; the Military Assistance and Advisory Group (MAAG) during the Korean War; the 1961-1966 evolution of the United States Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV); the United States Army, Vietnam (USARV); the 1st Logistical Command; the United States Army, Pacific (USARPAC); the United States Army, Japan (USARJ); USARYIS; and USARSUPTHAI.

OCMH-35 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Blockade. No author given. 20 February 1968.

12 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

A study prepared for the Department of Defense (DOD) Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee, and inserted into the Subcommittee Record. Consists of two parts: Note on Blockade (a description of the purpose and history of blockades); and Examples of Blockade (listing examples drawn from the period from 1562 to 1962).

OCMH-36 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Department of the Army, General Staff Responsibility for Emergency Military Support to Civil Authorities in Civil Disturbances. Detmar Finke and William J. Tobin. No date given.

9 pp., text and working papers. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Overall report of the Civil Disturbances Branch of the Civil Defense Division and of its functions and history.

OCMH-37 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Department of the Army, General Staff Responsibility for Emergency Military Support to Civil Authorities in Natural Disasters, 1963-1968. Detmar Finke and William J. Tobin. No date given.

2 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 3 copies.

Describes the development of the CONUS Defense Branch and its functions.

OCMH-38 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Turnover in South Vietnam After the Indochina War--1954-1960. No author given. No date given.

27 pp., text. Reproduced. (TOP SECRET).

NO SUMMARY AVAILABLE. Copy not located.

OCMH-39 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Resume of Army Roll-Up Following World War II. Robert W. Coakley, Ernest F. Fisher, Jr., Karl E. Cocke, and Daniel P. Griffin. No date given.

145 pp., text, tables, charts. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 5 copies.

Contains information concerning: the War Department policies; Zone of Interior operations and personnel; effects of personnel demobilization on operations; logistics. Discusses the Roll-up in: European Theater; Pacific Theater; China-Burma-India Theater. Provides conclusions.

OCMH-40 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Agony of Restraint: Korea 1951-1953, A Study of Limited War and Civil-Military Policy Processes. Edwin Augustus Deagle, Jr.. No date given.

196 pp., text, bibliography. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 4 copies.

Covers four major topics: Korea, limited war, and Santayana; bombing the Suiho Hydroelectric Power Plant; military pressure--the substitute for victory; and thoughts on strategy and process.

OCMH-41 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Last Salute: Studies of State, Official, and Special Military Funerals. Billy C. Mossman and M. Warner Stark. No date given.

Approx. 800 pp., text, charts. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Contains twenty-four studies of the funerals of individuals, and identifies their places of burial. Included in the selection are the funerals for the Unknown Soldier of World War I; the Unknown Soldier of World War II; President William Howard Taft; President John F. Kennedy; President Herbert C. Hoover; General of the Armies John J. Pershing; and General of the Army Douglas MacArthur. Draft of The Last Salute (CMH Pub 90-1).

OCMH-42 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Report on the Current Status and Future Role of the U.S. Army Military History Research Collection. Robert W. Coakley (OCMH), COL Willis B. Scudder (DCSPER), and Cyrus H. Fraker (TAG). No date given.

89 pp., text and 8 appendices. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains information concerning the origin, development, and present status of the US Army Military History Research Collection; current and future missions of MHRC; organizational alignment; current and future personnel and funding requirements; and current and future space requirements. NOTE: MHRC subsequently redesignated as the US Army Military History Institute.

OCMH-43 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Army Staff Organization for Military Assistance. Billy C. Mossman. No date given.

31 pp., text, 13 charts. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 3 copies.

Contains information about the period from 1947 to 1969. Discusses: the Greek-Turkish Aid Act (22 May 1947); the Foreign Assistance Act of 1948 (3 April 1949); the Mutual Security Act of 1951 (10 October 1951); the Mutual Security Act of 1954 (26 August 1954); and the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (4 September 1961).

OCMH-44 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Use of Indigenous Forces by the United States Army. Billy C. Mossman. No date given.

15 pp., text. Typescript. (Regraded UNCLASSIFIED from original SECRET).

Describes the Army's experience with the use of indigenous forces. Emphasis is on the period from 1941 to the date when the study was done.

OCMH-45 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Evolution of the Missions of the Army Ground Forces Command, 1942-1969. Paul J. Scheips. No date given.

16 pp., text. Reproduced. (SECRET). Second copy redacted to UNCLASSIFIED.

A supplement to manuscript "A Brief History of the Evolution of the Missions of Army Ground Forces Command from 1942 through the Present Continental Army Command (1966)." See also HMC 2-3.7 AC.X.

OCMH-46 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Use of Troops in Civil Disturbances, 1963-1968. Paul J. Scheips and John Albright. No date given.

156 pp., text, tables, 1 appendix. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Document is Annex 6 of the Administrative History Project (Johnson History). Covers the following chapters: Preparations for Civil Disturbances; the Selma-Montgomery March (1965); the Detroit Riot (1967); the Washington Anti-Vietnam War Demonstration (1967); the Washington, D.C., Riot (1968); the Chicago Riot (1968); and the Baltimore Riot (1968). The appendix shows the uses of the National Guard in civil disturbances from 1963 to 1968. Regraded unclassified on Orders of Secretary of the Army by The Adjutant General (TAG PER 730045). Also see OCMH-1, OCMH-54, OCMH-83, and OCMH-107.

OCMH-47 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Foreword to the USMC Report on Khe Sanh for CofSA. Charles V. P. von Luttichau. 1969.

5 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains a summary statement of the reasoning behind the battle of Khe Sanh in Vietnam. Prepared for the Chief of Staff of the Army.

OCMH-48 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Presidential Actions Because of Public Pressure. Stetson Conn. 1969.

4 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes examples of actions taken by Presidents in international situations against their own better judgement because of public pressure. Also see OCMH-71.

OCMH-49 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Instances of Instability or of Undemocratic or Repressive Measures in the History of the United States. Stetson Conn. 15 November 1967.

5 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Discusses the issue of crises and undemocratic responses in American history including: the crisis preceding the Constitutional Convention (Shays' Rebellion); the Whiskey Rebellion (1794); the Alien and Sedition Act Crisis (1798); the Hartford Convention (1814); the Indian removals of the 1830s; the Civil War (1861-1865); the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II; and the declaration of martial law in Hawaii during World War II.

OCMH-50 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Army Support of Civil Defense, 1945-1966: Plans and Policy. Benjamin F. Cooling. 1968 (as revised 1969 by author and other OCMH personnel).

400 pp., text, 15 charts, bibliography. Reproduced. (SECRET). 3 copies. OCMH Monograph 108M.

Deals with the organization for civil defense support and the evolution and implementation of policies of interest to the Army in the development of civil defense since 1945. Emphasis is on events in the 1950s and early 1960s. World War II is covered in the introduction. Chapters: Preface; Early Experiences with Civil Defense 1917-1945; Civil Defense in a Postwar World 1946-1948; International Crisis abnd Civil Defense 1949-1951; Civil Defense and the 'New Look' 1951-1955; The New Look Mellows, 1955-1958; Completion of a Cycle--1958-1961; Civil Defense Returns to the Pentagon 1961-1964; and The Department of the Army Assumes Responsibility for Civil Defense--Years of Implementation 1964-1966.

OCMH-51 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Anti-War and Anti-Military Activities in the United States, 1846-1954. Robert W. Coakley, Paul J. Scheips, and Emma J. Portuondo. No date given.

150 pp., text, bibliography. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 4 copies.

Contains information on the various wars from 1846 to 1953 and the population's reactions to them: Mexican War (1846-1848); Civil War (1861-1865); Spanish-American War (1898) and Philippine Insurrection (1899-1902); World War I (1914-1918); and the Korean War (1950-1953). Also has chapters dealing with the pacifism, isolationism and antimilitarism of the Interwar Period (1919-1939); and World War II and its aftermath (1939-1950).

OCMH-52 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Factors Operating to Influence Recruitment, Retention, Dedication, and Professionalism of the Army: A Historical Perspective. Robert W. Coakley, Billy C. Mossman, Karl E. Cocke, John E. Eshelman, James E. Hewes, Jr., and Paul J. Scheips. 20 October 1969.

99 pp., text, tables, appendix. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 5 copies.

Prepared at the request of the Director for Civil Disturbance Planning and Operations. Contains discussions of the influence on the United States Army of the following factors: recruitment; retention; dedication of service members; professionalism of service members; and support of the Reserve Components. The appendix (31 of the pages) contains a summary of the United States Army Reserve since 1792.

OCMH-53 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. US Army Forces in the Caribbean Area, 1898-1968. Paul J. Scheips. No date given.

6 pp., text. Typescript. (SECRET). 2 copies. 3 copies redacted to UNCLASSIFIED.

Brief narrative focusing on command and control arrangements from a joint perspective.

OCMH-54 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Use of Troops in Civil Disturbances Since World War II, Supplement II, 1967. Paul J. Scheips and M. Warner Stark. April 1969.

Approx. 205 pp., text, tables. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Contains a list of all of the times when troops were used in civil disturbances from World War II until 1967. Includes dates, places, and strengths. Also see OCMH-1, OCMH-46, OCMH-83, and OCMH-107.

OCMH-55 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Army Organization, 1903-1963, The Mechanism of Change. Coakley and James E. Hewes, Jr. 2 February 1970.

76 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Discusses the Army in the Nineteenth Century; the Root reforms (1900-1904); the World War I, post-World War I, World War II, 1946, and 1947-1948 reorganizations; the Army Organization Act of 1950; changes in the Army between 1953 and 1958; and the 1961-1962 reorganization.

OCMH-56 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Army Divisions--Distribution. No author given. No date given.

1 p. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Statistical data.

OCMH-57 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Military-Connected Contributions of American Indians to the Cultural Heritage of the Nation. William Gardner Bell. 1969.

17 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Contents: the Indian Statesman, Chief Washakie; the Indian Patriot, Chief Crazy Horse; the Indian Heroines, Princess Winema and Sarah Winnemucca; the Indian Scouts, Indigenous Units; the Indian Policeman, Sam Sixkiller; the Indian Soldier, Lieutenant Childers; the Indian Citizen-Soldier, Lieutenant Colonel McLish; and the Indian Code Talkers.

OCMH-58 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. My Lai Incident: Preparation of a White Paper. Billy C. Mossman. No date given.

10 pp., text. Typescript. (FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY).

Contains a description of the My Lai incident, and cites other similar incidents as background information for a decision on handling the My Lai case.

OCMH-59 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Mexican War Atrocities. Emma J. Portuondo. No date given.

17 pp., text, bibliography. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes atrocities committed during the Mexican War and provides an overview of that conflict.

OCMH-60 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Study on "Dissertation Year Fellowships". Maurice Matloff. September 1969.

24 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

INTERNAL DOCUMENT NOT TO BE RELEASED WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION FROM CHIEF HISTORIAN.

OCMH-60A Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Study on Rotating Professorships in Military History. Maurice Matloff. November 1969.

48 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

INTERNAL DOCUMENT NOT TO BE RELEASED WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION FROM CHIEF HISTORIAN.

OCMH-61 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. A Talking Paper: The Price of Preparedness. Billy C. Mossman. No date given.

3 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Discusses the price of being prepared as it relates to the Army's experience in the Korean War.

OCMH-62 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. A Selected Bibliography on Civil Disturbance in the United States. Paul J. Scheips. No date given.

11 pp. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Subject bibliography.

OCMH-63 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Evolution of the Army Staff and Secretariat, 1775-1970. Robert W. Coakley and James E. Hewes, Jr. 1970.

65 pp., text, charts, appendix. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 6 copies.

Describes the origins and history of the Army staff and its climb to its current status.

OCMH-64 Copy not located.

OCMH-65 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Some Aspects of Diplomacy. Fred C. Beck. 1970.

21 pp., text, bibliography. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains discussion of the art of diplomacy.

OCMH-66 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The All-Volunteer Army of 1947-1948. Joint authors. 1968.

71 pp., text, appendix, charts, bibliography. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains discussion of the all-volunteer Army immediately following World War II. Possibly prepared in response to a suggestion that the Army turn to an all-volunteer force following the Vietnam War.

OCMH-67 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Effect of Post-War Attitudes on Army Posture and Programs, A Historical Summary. No author given. No date given.

29 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Discusses the Army and attitudes towards it by developing several categories: the American tradition; the post-World War II reaction; limited mobilization and demobilization 1950-1955; the search for a place in the sun (1955-1961); revival in the 1960s; and withdrawal and contraction ("A New Outlook").

OCMH-68 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Hairstyles in the United States Army, 1801-1970. Detmar Finke. 12 November 1970.

40 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Briefly describes hair styles used in the Army between 1801 and 1970. Includes extracts from: Writings of George Washington; Army Regulations; Army Circulars; Army Field Manuals; the American State Papers; and an article entitled "The Ins and Outs of Military Hair," published by Frederick P. Todd in Infantry Journal.

OCMH-69 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Roosevelt and Lend-Lease. Robert W. Coakley. 1970.

37 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes the Lend-Lease program started by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in World War II. Discusses the background of the program; the President's role in securing the Lend-Lease Act; the President's role as the administrator of the program; the decision to expand the program to include the Soviet Union; changes that took place after Pearl Harbor; and the final act.

OCMH-70 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Psychological Impact of a Shift on Emphasis of the Army National Guard Mission, From Combat Readiness to Civil Disturbance, 1792-1970. Robert W. Coakley and Billy C. Mossman. 1968 [?].

Approx. 40 pp., text. Reproduced. (FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY). 2 copies.

Discusses the missions of the Army National Guard, Active Army, Army Reserve, and civil authorities in terms of civil disturbances. Discusses both the U.S. and world populations.

OCMH-71 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Response to Telephonic Request for Historic Examples, April 1969. No author given. 1969.

3 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes actions by Presidents in international situations in which they made decisions against their better judgement because of public pressure. Also see OCMH-48.

OCMH-72 Copy not located.

OCMH-73 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Army Operational and Intelligence Activities in Civil Disturbances Since 1957. Paul J. Scheips and Karl E. Cocke. April 1971.

128 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 3 copies.

Contains discussion of the following incidents in which the Army was used in civil disturbances: Little Rock, Arkansas (1957-1958); Oxford, Mississippi (1962-1963); Alabama (1963-1964); Selma and Montgomery, Alabama (1965); Detroit, Michigan (1967); the Pentagon (1967); Washington, D.C., Chicago, Illinois, and Baltimore, Maryland (1968); and the period since the April 1968 riots.

OCMH-74 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Historical Perspective on Dissent and Dissatisfaction in the Military. No authors given. February 1971.

51 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains a discussion of dissent and dissatisfaction in the following wars: War of 1812; Mexican War; Civil War; Spanish-American War and Philippine Insurrection; World War I; World War II; and the Korean War. Also contains discussion of the situation during the interwar period between the two world wars, and of the Reserve mobilization during the Berlin Crisis. Includes a set of conclusions placing current dissent in a historical context.

OCMH-75 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. An Army Chronology of the American Revolution. Stetson Conn. May 1971.

73 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Early draft of the chronology subsequently published in The War of the American Revolution (CMH Pub 70-6). Also see OCMH-111.

OCMH-76 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. American Military Government in Korea, War Policy and the First Year of Occupation, 1941-1946. C. Leonard Hoag. 1970.

527 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Discussed the following topics: policies and plans, 1941-1945 (Chapters I and II); the military occupation of Korea (Chapters III-VI); and the military government (Chapters VII-XII). Also see OCMH-121.

OCMH-77 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The U.S. Army Historical Effort in Vietnam, 1954-1968. James H. Ferguson. 1968.

Approx. 200 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains the following chapters: Interest Increases in Southeast Asia; Field Historical Coverage for Vietnam; Military History Detachments Prepare and Deploy; Preparing for the Future; The Emphasis Changes in the History Program; and The Artist at War.

OCMH-78 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Army Headquarters Organization and Administration, 1900-1963. James E. Hewes, Jr.. No date given.

557 pp., text, charts, appendix, bibliographic note. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Discusses the creation of the War Department; the Marshall Reorganization; the Eisenhower Reorganization; Between Peace and War; the Post-Korean Army; The Defense Environment of the 1950s; and the McNamara Revolution. Draft of From Root to McNamara: Army Organization and Administration, 1900-1963 (CMH Pub 40-1). Also see OCMH-108.

OCMH-79 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Army Organizational Changes, 1900-1962. Robert W. Coakley. 1970.

15 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Summary paper. Also see OCMH-88.

OCMH-80 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The White Plan. Stanley Falk. March 1970.

24 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 3 copies.

Discusses the origins and purpose of Plan WHITE during the interwar period.

OCMH-81 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Promotion of Corps and Army Commanders. Billy C. Mossman. 1969.

10 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

List of commanders who were promoted and when their promotions took place.

OCMH-82 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Key Warning Indicators--Mobilization. Detmar Finke. 1971.

Approx. 50 pp., text. Reproduced. (SECRET).

Information paper prepared in response to request from Office of the Secretary of Defense. Furnishes 2 page narrative summary with information on the mobilizations of France and the United Kingdom in World War II; and the United States' partial mobiizations during the Berlin and Cuban Crises, including the reaction of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to those partial mobilizations. Majority of pages are reproduced pages extracted primarily from British official histories of World War II.

OCMH-83 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Use of Troops in Civil Disturbances Since World War II, 1945-1965 (Revised Edition, 1971). Robert W. Coakley, Paul J. Scheips, and Vincent Demma. 1971.

126 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 3 copies.

Contains accounts of precautionary and operational uses of troops, arranged chronologically. Includes summary of the uses of troops in civil disturbances. Also see OCMH-1, OCMH-46, OCMH-54, and OCMH-107.

OCMH-84 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Surrender of Group Elster. Robert Ross Smith. No date given.

2 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains a summary discussion of the surrender and the events leading to it in southwestern France in 1944.

OCMH-85 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Thank God for the Soldiers. J. Riley Sever. October 1971.

30 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains a discussion of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, and the Army's role in relief operations.

OCMH-86 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Historical Analysis of Problems Facing the Army after Recent Major Conflicts. Walter G. Hermes and Billy C. Mossman. November 1971.

27 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains an analysis of the postwar problems faced by the Army after World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. Highlights the points of difference between those cases and the Vietnam War.

OCMH-87 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Between the Wars, 1914-1941. Karl E. Cocke. September 1971.

26 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes the formulation of a postwar military policy and the reorganization of the Army after World War I.

OCMH-88 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Army Organization, 1903-1963: The Mechanism of Change. Robert W. Coakley. 1969.

76 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains chapters covering: The Army in the Nineteenth Century; The Root Reforms, 1900-1904; Army Reorganization for World War I; Post-World War I Reorganization--1920-1921; Army Reorganization for World War II; Army Reorganization of 1946; Reorganization, 1947-48--War Department Becomes the Department of the Army; Army Organization Act of 1950; Department of the Army Changes, 1953-58; and The McNamara Reorganization--1961-63. Also see OCMH-79.

OCMH-89 Copy not located.

OCMH-90 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Iron Commandante: Major General Henry Turman Allen, 1859-1930. Heath Twichell, Jr.. 1971.

443 pp., text, illustrations, map, bibliography. Reproduced. Bound in three parts. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes General Allen's military career and accomplishments. Begins with his entry into the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1878 and ends forty-five years later with his retirement and the recall of the last American troops from Europe after World War I.

OCMH-91 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Tradition of Abstention of the Military from Partisan Political Activity. Paul J. Scheips, Romana M. Danysh, John B. Corr, and James C. Lynn. January 1973.

56 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 4 copies.

Describes the tradition of abstention, federal legislation and Army regulations affecting military participation in politics, and soldier voting.

OCMH-92 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. A Brief History of the Use of Enlisted Aides. Walter G. Hermes, Billy W. Mossman, John B. Corr, and Romana M. Danysh. March 1973.

11 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains a brief survey of the customs and practices, laws and regulations, complaints, and investigations surrounding the use of enlisted aides as servants in the military service.

OCMH-93 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The United States Army and Indo-China, 1942-1945. Ronald H. Spector. No date given.

118 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains a study of the Army's involvement in Indo-China 1942-1945.

OCMH-94 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Status of Members of Philippine Military Forces During World War II. Robert Ross Smith. 20 June 1973.

58 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains an analysis of the status of various Filipino elements operating in the Philippine Islands during World War II, primarily while under Japanese occupation. Includes folder with supporting documents.

OCMH-95 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Development of the Medium Tank of World War II. Robert Ross Smith. 13 November 1972.

30 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains background information, the development of the M-1921 tank into the M-2 of 1939, and the development of the various medium tanks of World War II.

OCMH-96 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Signal Corps Nonmilitary Contributions to Society. Paul J. Scheips. No date given.

6 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). Copy not located.

Describes U.S. Army Signal Corps contributions in four major categories: meteorology; polar exploration; telegraph, telephone, and radio service; and electronics.

OCMH-97 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. United States Army Forces Command. William J. Webb. 13 March 1973.

14 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains an explanation of the U.S. Army Forces Command and how it is to be reorganized (Operation STEADFAST).

OCMH-98 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command. Hannah Zeidlik. 13 March 1973.

10 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains an explanation of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command and how it was developed. Includes information on Operation STEADFAST.

OCMH-99 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. U.S. Army Health Services Command. James Lynn. 13 March 1973.

11 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes the history and development of the U.S. Army Health Services Command.

OCMH-100 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Population Growth and World Peace. John B. Corr. February 1973.

9 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Discusses the reasons why population growth affects world peace.

OCMH-101 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. President Grant and His Military Secretaries. Joint Authors. June 1973.

3 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes the Military Secretaries who served President Ulysses S. Grant and when they served.

OCMH-102 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Understrength Battalions in the Attack, Korean War. Walter G. Hermes and Billy C. Mossman. July 1973.

2 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes the battalions and their relative strength in attacks.

OCMH-103 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. U.S. Army Reserves and Army National Guard Callups Since World War II. Joint Authors. May 1973.

71 pp., charts. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Charts of when the Army Reserve and Army National Guard were mobilized 1945-1972.

OCMH-104 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. DoD Management Organization & Philosophy. Joint Authors. December 1973.

36 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Nine point papers prepared concerning the relationship between the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and the Services. Papers were prepared from a functional point of view covering those areas in which there have been significant management changes since 1940.

OCMH-105 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Objectives of War. Robert Ross Smith. 31 August 1970.

122 pp., text, bibliography. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Five case studies. Number 1: Danish War 1864. Number 2: Seven Weeks' War 1866. Number 3: Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871. Number 4: Chaco War 1932-1935. Number 5: Japanese Objectives in World War II.

OCMH-106 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Heliograph. Paul J. Scheips. July 1967.

4 pp., text, maps. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes the heliograph and provides information about its use as a signal device by the Army.

OCMH-107 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Use of Troops in Civil Disturbances Since World War II, Supplement I (1966). Revised Edition. Paul J. Scheips. July 1973.

138 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Supplement covers 29 accounts of civil disturbances that required the use of troops in the period from 15 March 1966 until 12 November 1966. Also see OCMH-1, OCMH-46, OCMH-54, and OCMH-83.

OCMH-108 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. From Root to McNamara: Army Departmental Organization and Administration, 1900-1963. James E. Hewes, Jr. January 1974.

639 pp., text, forward, preface, appendices, 34 charts, tables, 24 illustrations. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Discusses the history of the War Department and its many reorganizations between 1900 and 1963. Draft of From Root to McNamara: Army Organization and Administration, 1900-1963 (CMH Pub 40-1). Also see OCMH-78.

OCMH-109 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Unified Command System, 1903-1968. Walter G. Hermes. 12 February 1974.

47 pp., text, charts, maps, tables. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains historical information on unified commands in the Pacific from the beginning of World War II through the Vietnam War.

OCMH-110 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. History of Army Aviation. Donald F. Harrison. No date given.

260 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Unfinished manuscript which discusses the evolution of Army aviation. Chapters: Evolution of the Light Aircraft Concept; Forging the Weapon; Testing under Fire--The Overseas Experience; The Emergence of Army Aviation; The Korean War; Expansion and Consolidation; The Stormy Years; Years of Solid Progress; and Airmobility. Also see OCMH-131.

OCMH-111 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. An Army Chronology of the American Revolution (Revised). Stetson Conn and Robert W. Coakley. February 1974.

87 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Prepared for the Bicentennial of the American Revolution. Contains a brief chronology of key events 1763-1784. Subsequently published in The War of the American Revolution (CMH Pub 70-6). Also see OCMH-75.

OCMH-112 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Two Centuries of Service. Joint Authors. 1 March 1974.

198 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Prepared for the Bicentennial of the American Revolution. Contains reference material on the Army's contributions to the growth of the nation. Also see OCMH-25, OCMH-116 and OCMH-122.

OCMH-113 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Some Observations of Guerrilla Warfare in Russia During World War II. Charles V. P. von Luttichau. 13 December 1960.

33 pp., text, charts, maps, notes. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Contains observations on Russian guerrilla operations on the Eastern Front during World War II. Author was an officer in the German armed forces prior to working at the Office of the Chief of Military History.

OCMH-114 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. A Short History of EUCOM, 1947-1974. Walter G. Hermes. 23 May 1974.

11 pp., text, charts. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains a brief account of the European Command (EUCOM), its organization, and the reasons for the movement of its headquarters. Also see OCMH-128.

OCMH-115 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. U.S. Inability to Read, Interpret, or React to Political Warning & Human Cost of Unpreparedness. Walter G. Hermes. 30 May 1974.

14 pp. Information papers. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Five papers cover the U.S. ability, or lack thereof, to read, interpret, and react to political warning indicators preceding or during World War II, the Korean War, the Cuban Crisis, and the Dominican Crisis. Remaining two papers deal with the human unpreparedness at the outset of World War II and the Korean War.

OCMH-116 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Two Centuries of Service: The Army's Civil Contributions to American Society. Joint authors. No date given.

235 pp., text, bibliography. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Describes how the Army has provided contributions to American society other than through military actions. Also see OCMH-25, OCMH-112 and OCMH-122.

OCMH-117 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. A Lawyer Among Army Doctors. Tracy S. Voorhees. No date given.

238 pp., text. Typescript and reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes Voorhees' experiences with Army doctors.

OCMH-118 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Examples of Soviet Breakthrough Battles During the Russo-German War, 1941-1945. Charles V. P. von Luttichau. No date given.

7 pp., text, charts. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 3 copies.

Contains examples of Soviet offensive operations from the Eastern Front during World War II. Author was an officer in the German armed forces prior to working at the Office of the Chief of Military History.

OCMH-119 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. A History of the Military History Program in the War Department and Department of the Army, 1862-1950. Stetson Conn. 1976.

Approx. 200 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 4 copies.

In five chapters describes the evolution of Army historical activities culminating in the Office of the Chief of Military History. Dr. Conn, former Chief Historian, turned these chapters over to the US Army Center of Military History in August 1976. At that time he requested that Mr. Detmar Finke be consulted concerning access to the chapters.

OCMH-120 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Guide to the Study of Military History. No author given. No date given.

Approx. 1,000 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Draft of US Army Center of Military History publication Guide to the Study and Use of Military History (CMH Pub 70-3).

OCMH-121 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. American Military Government in Korea: War Policy and First Year of Occupation, 1941-1946. C. Leonard Hoag. 1970.

Approx. 500 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains information concerning: Korean Planning in the Early War Years; Korea in 1945; Final Plans for the Military Occupation of Korea; Contact with the Japanese and Koreans; Execution of Occupation; Initial Problems of the Occupation; The Organization of a Government for Korea; Military Government and Korean Politics; Trusteeship and the Conference of Foreign Ministers; Two Conferences on the Moscow Decision; Pos-Conference Developments; and Observations and Conclusions. Also see OCMH-76.

OCMH-122 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Two Centuries of Service. John B. Corr and others. 1974.

198 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes non-military activities of the U.S. Army. Also see OCMH-25, OCMH-112 and OCMH-116.

OCMH-123 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Tactical Innovations in Land Warfare, prepared by the Staff Support Branch. No author given. No date given.

30 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes tactical innovations in land warfare. Also see OCMH-125.

OCMH-124 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. American Operations in the Grenoble Area, August 1944. Robert Ross Smith. No date given.

5 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes operations in the Grenoble, France, area during August 1944 as part of the invasion of Southern France (Operation DRAGOON).

OCMH-125 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Tactical Innovations in Land Warfare. No author given. No date given.

24 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains a brief summary of tactical innovations in land warfare. Also see OCMH-123.

OCMH-126 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Historical Analysis of Problems Facing the Army after Recent Major Conflicts. Walter G. Hermes and Billy C. Mossman. No date given.

27 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Analyzes the problems facing the Army after World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. Also includes a discussion of parallels and points of difference relative to the ending of the Vietnam War.

OCMH-127 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. American Military Government and Civil Administration, Ryukyu Islands, 1945-1972. Edward O'Flaherty. Comments by Robert Ross Smith. No date given.

Approx. 360 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Incomplete draft with comments. Describes military role in administration of Okinawa and the Ryukyu Islands after World War II. Explores the entire framework of Military Government and Civil Administration in the Ruykyu Islands and includes reversion planning and negotiations. It focuses principally on the development and implementation of policies and techniques during the period of Civil Administration against the backdrop of the Military Government phase of the U.S. occupation in the Ryukyus. Also see publication Military Government in the Ryukyu Islands, 1945-1950 (CMH Pub 30-11).

OCMH-128 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Short History of EUCOM, 1947-1974. No author given. No date given.

17 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains an account of the command structure and headquarters movements of the European Command (EUCOM) between 1947 and 1974. Also see OCMH-114.

OCMH-129 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. History of Military Assistance Programs. No author given. No date given.

pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Partial manuscript, consisting only of Chapters 1-4, 6 and 9, plus Annexes 1 and 3.

OCMH-130 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The Reserve Components. Karl E. Cocke. 1977.

387 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Deals with the reserve program, 1792-1969. Discusses both the Army Reserve and National Guard programs.

OCMH-131 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. A History of Army Aviation. Donald F. Harrison. 1966.

339 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Draft history covering Army aviation 1940-1960. Contains a brief historical introduction. World War II section deals with the use of light planes as spotters for artillery. Contains information on the development of helicopters and discusses the rivalry between the Army and Air Force during the late 1940s and early 1950s. Also see OCMH-110.

OCMH-132 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The U.S. Army and Military Assistance in Korea Since 1951. Richard P. Weinert. Circa 1965.

Approx. 400 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Draft monograph deals with administration of the U.S. Army Advisory Group in Korea 1951-1965. Also see OCMH-133.

OCMH-133 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. American Military Assistance to the Republic of Korea Army, 1951-1965. David C. Skaggs and Richard P. Weinert. No date given.

Approx. 45 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Revision and update of OCMH-132. Deals with administration of the U.S. Army Advisory Group in Korea 1951-1965.

OCMH-134 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. Women in Combat and as Military Leaders: A Survey. No authors given. 1978.

154 pp., text. Typescript-Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 4 copies.

A survey of the role of women in combat situations as utilized by nine nations and the United States. Prepared at the request of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Personnel.

OCMH-135 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. A History of the Japanese Monograph Program. Roderick A. Stamey. May 1960.

31 pp., text, 6 appendices. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains information on the historical program dealing with the preparation and distribution of the Japanese Monographs, studies on Manchuria, and Night Combat. [World War II]

OCMH-136 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. History of U.S. Army Military Assistance/Advisory Groups. Byron Fairchild. Circa 1960.

Approx. 150 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Incomplete draft. Consists of 4 chapters of a proposed 18-chapter study.

OCMH-137 Center of Military History, U.S. Army. The Fall of Vietnam. Cecil E. Spurlock. 1978.

132 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED). 4 copies.

A contract study. Describes the situation in Vietnam before the fall of the Republic of South Vietnam in April 1975. Contains information on the Central Highlands campaign; the operations at Hue, Danang, and along the Central Coast; and the Ho Chi Minh Campaign.

OCMH-138 Center of Military History, U.S. Army. Special Report, An Outline of U.S. Policy Toward Vietnam. Charles B. MacDonald. 1978.

96 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes the Indochina situation during World War II; U.S. aid during the French era; U.S. aid to the Diem regime; steps to U.S. involvement; the 1965 decision to commit ground forces; the Nixon years; negotiations in Paris and the resulting cease-fire; and the fall of Vietnam in April 1975.

HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION (HMC)

Center of Military History Manuscripts

CMH-139 Office of the Chief of Military History, U.S. Army. The United States Army in the Dominican Crisis-1965. Walter C. Hermes. 1966.

Approx. 400 pp., text, 6 maps, 5 charts. Reproduced. (TOP SECRET).

Provides background information on the Dominican Crisis and describes the situation during April 1965; the build-up of U.S. forces for Operation POWER PACK; Inter-American activities; problems of peace-keeping efforts; logistical activities; civil-military support; the withdrawal of U.S. forces; and strength and casualty statistics. Copy not located.

CMH-140 Center of Military History, U.S. Army. Army Command and Control, 1940-1975. Robert W. Coakley, Karl E. Cocke, James E. Hewes, Billy C. Mossman and Ronald H. Spector. 1979.

93 pp., text, maps, charts. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Contains information on the U.S. Army command and control structure 1918-1941; the command and control structure in the Continental United States (CONUS) during World War II; command and control during the post-war period; readjustments during the unification, the Korean War, and post-Korean War period; the reestablishment of a Ground Force Command; Army reorganizations of 1962 and 1972; and post-Vietnam adjustments.

CMH-141 Center of Military History, U.S. Army. Military Historians and Lessons-Learned Activities in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Terrence J. Gough. 2 June 1980.

33 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Describes the role of historical programs in the effort to improve military performance by the U.S. Army in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. Provides comparative studies of similar programs in World War II by the German and Soviet armies.

CMH-142 Center of Military History, U.S. Army. Historical Survey of U.S. Mobilization: Eight Topical Studies of the Twentieth Century. David F. Trask, General Editor. 1984.

231 pp., text, tables. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Prepared at the request of the Director of Strategy, Plans, and Policy, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans (DCSOPS). Describes organizational changes to the Joint Chiefs of Staff that have occurred since 1947. Contains an analysis of the foreign staff systems that played roles similar to that of the JCS including Great Britain, France, Germany, the Soviet Union, Canada, and Japan. Also see CMH-146.

CMH-143 Center of Military History, U.S. Army. The German Campaign in the West. Billy C. Mossman, Romana M. Danysh, and Edgar F. Raines. 1981.

119 pp., text, tables, maps. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Prepared at the request of Major General Edward B. Atkeson, Commander, U.S. Army Concepts Analysis Agency to assist that agency's work of determining loss exchange ratios. Contains a summary of the German campaign 10 May-25 June 1940; a description of opposing forces by country with order of battle, strengths, weaknesses, plans and disposition of those plans; an estimate of enemy intentions; and an account of the battle of Flanders between 10 May and the evacuation of Dunkirk on 4 June 1940.

CMH-144 Center of Military History, U.S. Army. U.S. Manpower Mobilization for World War II. James S. Nanney and Terrence J. Gough. 1983.

154 pp., text. Typescript. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Discusses mobilizing military manpower and industrial mobilization and its relations to military manpower mobilization for the period between World War I and the end of World War II.

CMH-145 Center of Military History, U.S. Army. Effects of Turbulence Upon Cohesion in Military Units. Prepared by the Staff Support Branch, Histories Division, US Army Center of Military History. 23 March 1981.

35 pp., text. Typescript-Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

This study was prepared at the request of General Louisell, DAIG-ZB, in their examination of the Army's replacement system under turbulent condition (i.e., war emergencies). It is a brief review of the Army's personnel replacement system, assembled with several historical examples of its operation. A general summary is attached with examples from this century ranging from the Mexican Punitive Expedition to the Vietnam war. Also included are the backgrounds on recent peacetime unit replacement experiments and on the British and German experience during World War II.

CMH-146 Center of Military History, U.S. Army. Historical Survey of U.S. Mobilization: Eight Topical Studies of the Twentieth Century. David F. Trask, General Editor. 1984.

429 pp., text, bibliography. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED).

Contains information on war plans, organization of mobilization, facilities required for mobilization in the twentieth century, manpower, training, equipment, mobilization of transportation, and demobilization. Also see CMH-142.

CMH-147 Center of Military History, U.S. Army. U.S. Manpower Mobilization for World War II. James S. Nanney and Terrence J. Gough. 1982.

Part I: Mobilizing Military Manpower. James S. Nanney. 65 pp., text. Reproduced. (UNCLASSIFIED). 2 copies.

Chapters: The Interwar Years; The Peacetime Mobilization; The Wartime Mobilization--1942; 1943--90 Divisions and Replacement Problems; 1944-45--Crisis in the Army Ground Forces; Conclusions.

Part II: Industrial Mobilization in Its Relation to Military Manpower Mobilization. Terrence J. Gough.

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