Bacteria and Bayonets: The Impact of Disease in American Military History by David Petriello
English | February 1st, 2015 | ASIN: B01BU091WQ, ISBN: 1612003419 | 260 pages | EPUB | 9.59 MB
For hundreds of years men have fought and died to expand and protect the United States relying on martial skill and patriotism. Various powerful enemies, from the British to the Nazis, and legendary individuals including Tecumseh and Robert E. Lee have all fallen before the arms of the American soldier. Yet the deadliest enemy faced by the nation, one which killed more soldiers than all of its foes combined, has been both unrecognized and unseen.