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Fieser, Louis D. The Scientific Method: A Personal Account of Unusual Projects in War and in Peace. 1964: Reinhold Publishing Corporation.

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Frank, Benis M. and Harry I. Shaw, Jr. “Volume V: Victory and Occupation.”History of U.S. Marine Corps Operations in World War II. 1968: Government Printing Office.

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