Last evening, Dr. John Maass, a historian with the U.S. Army Center of Military History in Washington, D.C. talked about Marshall’s time at Fort Benning during the late 1920s.
John R. Maass, Ph.D., received his doctorate in early American history from Ohio State University where he also studied military history and Native American history. A Rockbridge County native he received his bachelor’s degree in history with great distinction from Washington and Lee University, where he was also an Army ROTC distinguished military graduate. His article “The Benning Revolution” appears in A History of Innovation: U.S. Army Adaptation in War and Peace that was published by the Center of Military History.
Watch last night’s event: