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Edward Hale Brooks Interview Details December 3, 1964
Summary of Topics Covered:
Brooks relates the occasion when the plane in which he was flying crashed in Ireland. Brooks discusses the selection of George C. Marshall over Major General Hugh Drum for Army Chief of Staff. He talks about the relationship between General Marshall and Secretary of War Henry Stimson and sheds light on the human side of those charged with the war effort from Washington.
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