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Robert H. Ferrell, professor emeritus at Indiana University and author of many books on American foreign relations, presidential history and military history, clearly falls in the camp of those who view MacArthur in a less than favorable light. World War I, in which Mac- Arthur emerged as one of the most highly decorated officers in the American Expeditionary Forces, has been generally off-limits. [...] that is. [...] Ferrell tackles "the question of GEN MacArthur's immodesty, his willingness to take credit" for the brigade's success.
The Question of MacArthur's Reputation: Côte de Châtillon, October 14-16, 1918 Cole C Kingseed Army; Apr 2009; 59, 4; Docstoc pg. 75 Reproduced with permission of t
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