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Here's a review for the book, which my friend Professor Ulbrich wrote.


Preparing for Victory -



General Thomas Holcomb served as the Commandant of the Marine Corps during the critically important years, 1936-43. He is remembered as a transformative figure who took the Depression-era Marine Corps of a meager 18,000 officers and men to a wartime strength in excess of 385,000 Marines.