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Late 1940, the Medical Department dispatched an official Observer (Col. World War I proved more horrifying than anyone could have imagined, and it demonstrated the colossal destructive power available to industrialized states. Only partly mobilized and with troops inadequately equipped with largely outdated weapons (which included large numbers of horse-mounted cavalry), and without the anticipated support of French or British forces, Poland was overrun by the Wehrmacht's superior numbers and "blitzkrieg" tactics.

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