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army administration

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  • Protection was provided by several congressional acts, initially under civilian then army administration

    Yellowstone National Park, United States

  • Chinese serving as administrators and court officials, and even as instructors in the army administration, teaching the art of warfare against non-nomads.

    A History of China

  • "My heart bleeds to think of it," wrote the Prince, of the army administration.

    Queen Victoria, her girlhood and womanhood

  • Whilst on the subject, however, I will go a little further and say that prior to our Civil War, the history of European conflicts proves that there also the theoretic preparation of military men had not, up to that time, saved them from the necessity of learning both generalship and army administration in the terrible school of experience, during their first year in the field when a new war broke out after a long interval of peace.

    Military Reminiscences of the Civil War, Volume 1 April 1861-November 1863

  • I should like to see the division again at its strength of 12 battalions, and do not want to lose it, as it contains a very valuable war-trained nucleus, but unless it is brought under army administration, it does not appear likely that it can be maintained. "

    Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2

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