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A Plan for the

Classification of Military Books

on the Decimal System



Prepared by direction of the Superintendent^ U. S. M. A.

BY
EDWARD S. HOLDEN



WEST POINT

United States MiKtary Academy Press

1904



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A Plan for the

Classification of Military Books

on the Decimal System



Prepared by direction of the Superintendent, U. S. M. A.

BY
EDWARD S. HOLDEN



WEST POINT

United States Military Academy Press

1904



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CLASSIFICATION OF MILITARY BOOKS.



The following pages represent a scheme of classification
of military books on the Decimal System of Dr. Dewey. Of
part I. only so much is printed as is necessary to exhibit the
plan followed. The Index in part II. is practically complete.
This scheme was completed in MS. in February, and a few
copies of part I. were printed in August, 1902. It was sub-
mitted to Dr. Dewey, State Librarian of New York, at Al-
bany, for criticism, early in 1903. It has been revised and
tested since that date at West Point and has been submitted
to various officers for criticism— Major Wisser, Captains
Willcox and Hero among the number. It will be adopted at
West Point so soon as the scheme has been thoroughly re-
vised. It is now printed for convenience in use and in order
that it may be submitted to librarians, especially to those in
charge of extensive military collections, for criticism.

EDWARD S. HOLDEN,

Librarian, U. IS. M. A.

West Point, N. Y., August 28, 1904.



254073



PART I.— SYSTEMATIC CATALOGUE.



027.5736 Post Libraries (U. S. A.)

09L9 Military Manuscripts.

262.1 Chaplains (U. S. A.) (See also 354.)

267.367 Y. M. C. A. in U. S. M. A.

312.736 Vital Statistics, U. S. Army (for vital statistics of
foreign armies divide 312 like armies of the
nations 354.30 to 99).
.736 Casualties (U. S. Army).

313.736 Military Statistics, U. S. Army (except vital statis-
tics) (for those of foreign armies divide like
armies of the nations 354.30 to .99).

323. Censorship of Newspapers — of correspondents

during war.

324.1 Voting of soldiers and sailors.
328. Public documents.

.426 Blue Books (British Army).

.427 (British Navy).

.436 Blue Books (German Army).

.437 (German Navy).

.73 Blue Books (U. S.) (in general).

.736 Blue Books (U. S. Army).

.737 (U.S. Navy).

.736 Military Committees of Congress (U. S.)
336. Funds — public.

.736 Military Budgets (U. S. A.)

.737 Naval Budgets (U. S. N.)

.7361 Appropriation Bills (U. S. M. A.) (See 378.D).
341. International Law.

341.2 Treaties of Peace.
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6

341.3 Laws of War.

.3 Armistice.

.3 Prisoners of War.

.3 Property of the Enemy — public and private.

.3 Privateers (law).

342.73 Aliens (to U. S.)

.73 Bearing Arms (the right of) (U. S.)

343. Treason (law).

.736 Crimes and Punishments (U. S. Army).

347.1 Habeas Corpus.

344. Martial Law.

344. Military Laws and Regulations.

344. Regulations — military.

.736 (U.S. Army).

.737 (U.S. Navy).

.736 Articles of War.

.736 Field Service Regulations (U. S. A.)

.736 Army Orders (U.S.A.) See354.73671 and 354.73681.

.7361 Military Courts (U. S.)

351.2 Blue Books (civil officers) (foreign countries).
.273 Official Register (U. S.)

.3 Examinations of Officers for first commissions; for

promotion.
.5 Military Pensions.

.726 Accounts (money) of Army Officers.
.7261 Property accounts.
.74 Military Constabularv.

.86 Administration of Military Affairs by the Central
Government.

.87 Naval affairs.

.86 Standing Army (U. S.) — Relation of the Army to
the Central Government.
351.86 Army Lists (U. S.)

Registers.

Rosters.



353.03 President of the U. S. (Commander-in-Chief.)

.04 Departments (U. S. Government).

.056 Secretary of War.

.0561 Assistant Secretary of War.

.6 War Department.

.61 Bureaux of the War Department.

.611 Reports to War Department.

.611 " of Secretary of War.

.612 " " General Officers and of the Gen. Stafe.

.613 " " Officers of Adjutant General's Depart.

.614 " " " " Inspector

.615 " " " " J. A.

.616 " " " " Q. M.

.617 " " " " Subsistence Department.

.618 " " " " Medical

.619 " " " " Pay

.620 " " " " Engineer Corps.

.621 • " " " " Ordnance Department.

.622 " " " " Signal Corps.

.623 " " " " Artillery Corps.

.624 " " Joint Army and Navy Board.

.625 " " Infantry Board (U. S. A.)

.626 " " Cavalry Board (U. S. A.)

.627 " " Ordnance and Fortification Board.

.628 Other Officers. (For U. S. M. A. see 378).

.629 Civilians.

.63 History of Regiments of the Regular Army (for
their history in the Civil War period see 973. 741 ) .

.7 U. S. Navy Department.

.71 Navy Department Bureaux, U. S. N.

.9 History of State Regiments (for their history in the
Civil War period see 973.744).

354.306 Armies of the Nations (organization and admin-

to .996 istration).



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354.307 Navies of the Nations (organization and adminis-

to .997 tration.)

354.736 Army of the U. S. (its history as a whole. See

356.2, 357.2,358.2).
.7362 Avmy of the U. S. — its component parts.
.7363 Militia (U. S.) See 355.731.

.7363 State Troops — National Guard— Organized Militia.
.7364 Personnel — commissioned (U. S. Army).
.7365 Personnel — enlisted.

> .7366 Civilian Employes, U. S. A., and Camp Followers.
.7366 Newspaper Correspondents in War. (See also

Censorship 323).
.7367 Organization and administration of U. S. Army.

(Military Divisions, Districts, Departments.)
.73671 Organization and administration of U. S. Army —

in the field. (Armies, Corps, etc. Also G. O.)
.73672 Army Posts — organization and administration

of (U. S.)
.73672 Post Exchanges (U. S. A.)
.73672 West Point Army Mess (officers).
.7368-9 Staff Departments (U. S. A.) and their work.
.7368 General Staff (U. S. A.)
.73681 Adjutant-General's Department (U. S. A.)— and

its work; office of Military Secretary; Record

and Pension office; G. 0. of A. G. O. ; Musters;

Records; Rosters (see 351.86).
.73682 Inspector General's Department (U. S. A.) — and

its work.
.73683 Judge-Advocate General's Department (U. S. A.)

— and its work.
.73683 Records of G. C. M., etc. (U. S. A.)
.73684 Medical Department (U. S. A.) — and its work.
.73684 Supply Departments (U. S. A.)
.73685 Quartermaster General's Department (U. S. A.)
354.73686 Subsistence Department (U. S. A.)



354.73687 Pay Department (U. S. A.)

.73088 Engineer Department (U. S. A.)

.73()89 Ordnance Department (U. S. A.)

.73691 Signal Corps (U. S. A.)
Telegraph Troops.
Balloon

.73692 Special Troops (U. S. A.)

.73693 Provost Marshal's Department (U. S. A.)

.73693 Military Prisons (administration of) . (See also 365) .

.73694 Secret Service (U. S. A.)

.737 U. S. Navy. Divide like 354.736.

.7374 Personnel — commissioned (U. S. Navy).

.7375 Personnel— enlisted (U. S. Navy).

.73742 Army of the Confederate States of America
(1861-65) — administration. [D. C. number.]

.73757 Navy of the Confederate States of America
(1861-65) — administration. [D. C. number.]

.73772 Shore Stations U. S. N.
355. Military Science and Art.

.016 Military bibliography.

.02 Hand-books (military) (in general). See 356.02,
357.02, 358.02.

.03 Military Encyclopasdias and Dictionaries. See 903
and 909.

.04 Military Essays.

.07 Text-books — military science.

.07 Military Schools and Education.

.071 for officers (U. S. A.)

.072 " " (foreign).

.073 " non-commissioned ofiScers (U. S. A.)

.074 " " " (foreign).

.075 " soldiers (U. S. A.)

.076 " " (foreign).

.077 " cadets (U. S. A.)

355.078 " " (foreign).



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355.079 College details (U. S. A.) See 371.43.

.08 Military Collections (books).

.09 Military Antiquities— Military Museums.
Arms and armor (ancient).

.11 Pay of officers (U. S. A.)

.12 Pay of enlisted men (U. S. A.)

.13 Pay of civilian employes (U. S. A.)

.15 Pay of officers (foreign).

.16 Pay of men ( " ).

.17 Pay of civilians ( " ).

.18 Mileage.

.2 Uniforms, U. S. A. (for special articles of clothing,
see also 646).

.25 Uniforms (foreign).

.3 Camp and Garrison Equipage (U. S. A.)

.35 " " " " (foreign).

.4 Camps and Barracks (U. S. A.)

.45 " " " (foreign).

See Castrametation 623.14.

See Hospitals 362.1

.5 Transportation (military) by land (U. S. A.)

.55 " " " " (foreign).

.59 Army Transport Service (U. S. A.)

.595 " " " (foreign).

355.6 Art of War.

.61 Strategy— Military Geography.

.618 Campaigns (special studies). See also Military
History.

.619 Battles (special studies) . See also Military History.

.62 Grand Tactics.

.63 Tactics — Manoeuvres.

.64 Minor Tactics and Service of Security and In-
formation — Reconnaissance.
355.65 Military Map-Making.



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355.7


Military Science and Art; organization and ad-




ministration in g:eneral. (For Armies of the




Nations, see 354.30 to .99. N. B. Divide like




354.736 omitting the figures 3 and 6.)


.71


Mobilization. (See also 355.61.)


.711


(U.S.)


.712


" (foreign).


.72


Conscription.


.721


(U. S.)


.722


" (foreign).


.723


Volunteers.


.724


(U. S.)


.725


" (foreign).


.726


Irregular Troops.


.727


" (U.S.)


.728


" (foreign).


.729


Porto Rican, Philippine Troops, etc. (U. S.)


.73


Militia (in general).


.731


" (U. S.)


.732


" (foreign).


.74


Special Troops (in general).


.741


(U.S.) See 354.73692.


.742


(foreign).


.75


Army Service Corps (in general).


.751


" (U.S.)


.752


" (foreign).


355.77


Organization of Armies (in general). See 354.306




to .996.


.78


Staff Organization (in general).


.781


(U.S.)


.782


(foreign).


.783




.784




355.99


Military Miscellanies.



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356.0 Infantry (in general).
.01 officers of.

.011 enlisted men.

.02 Infantry — Hand Books (all armies).

.021 Organization and administration.

.022 Special equipment.

.023 " armament.

.024 " drill; and drill regulations (foreign),

.025 Light Infantry; riflemen.

.026 Heavy " of the line.

.027 Mounted Infantry and rifles.

.028 For officers.

.029 For enlisted men.

356.1 Infantry (U. S. A.)

.11 Organization and administration.

.12 Equipment.

.13 Armament.

.14 Drill and Drill Regulations (U. S. A.)

.15 Light Infantry; riflemen.

.16 Heavy " of the line.

.17 Mounted Infantry and rifles.

.18 Officers.

.19 Men.

356.2 Infantry (U. S. A.)— history. (1775 to date.)
.21 Infantry, 1775 to 1789.

.22 1st to 10th Infantry regiments, 1789 to date.

.23 nth to 20th "

.24 21st to 30th "

356.3 Infantry Tactics (in general) (See also 355.(54).
.31 " " (U. S.)

.32 " " (foreign).

.4 Training of Infantry (in general).
.41 " " " (U.S.A.)

.42 " " " (foreign).

356.5 Infantry Fire (in general)



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356.51 Infantry Five (U. S.)
.52 " " (foreign).

.7 Mounted Infantry (in general).
.71 " " (U. S.)

.72 " " (foreign).

.99 Infantry— miscellanies.

357.00 Cavalry. (Divided in general like 356.)
.01 officers of.

.011 enlisted men.

.02 Cavalry— Hand Books (all armies).

.021 Organization and administration.

.022 Special equipment.

.023 " armament.

024 " drill; and drill regulations (foreign]

.025 Dragoons; mounted rifles.

.026 Lancers; uhlans; hussars.

.027 Heavy cavalry; cuirassiers.

.028 For officers.

.029 For enlisted men.

357.1 Cavalry (U. S. A.)

.11 Organization and administration.

.12 Equipment and horses.

.13 Armament.

.14 Drill and Drill Regulations (U. S. A.)

.15 Dragoons; mounted rifles.

.16 Light cavalry.

.17

.18 Officers.

.19 Men.

357.2 Cavalry (U. S. A.)— history. (1775 to date.)
.21 1775 to 1789.

.22 1st to 5th regiments, 1789 to date.

.23 6th to 10th

.24 nth to 15th "

357.3 Cavalry Tactics.



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357.4 Training of Cavalry.

.8 Cavalry — horses.

.99 Cavalry — miscellanies.

358.00 Artillery. (Divided in general like 357.)

N. B. The technical parts of the subject — i.e.
Manufacture of guns, ordnance, etc. — are given
under 623 in the D. C. (For Gunnery, see 623.5) .

.01 Officers of artillery.

.011 Enlisted men.

.02 Artillery — Hand Books (all armies).

.021 Organization and administration.

.022 Special equipment.

.023 " armament.

,024 " drill; and drill regulations (foreign).

.025 Mountain artillery.

.026 Horse batteries; field batteries ; light artillery.

.027 Siege artillery; heavy artillery.

.028 Sea-coast artillery.

.029 Mortar batteries.

.0291 Pneumatic (dynamite) guns.

.0294 Electric appliances; searchlights.

.0295 Range finding.

.0298 For officers.

.0299 For enlisted men.

358.1 Artillery (U. S. A.)

.11 Organization and administration.

.12 Equipment and horses.

.13 Armament.

.14 Drill and drill regulations (U. S. A.)

.15 Mountain artillery.

.16 Light artillery.

.17 Heavy artillery.

.18 Sea-coast artillery.

.191 Officers.

358.192 Enlisted men.



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358.2 Artillery (U. S. A.)— history. (1775 to date.)
.21 Artillerists; Corps, etc. (1775-1821.)

.22 1st artillery regt., 1821 to date.

.23 2d "

.24 3d "

.25 4tli " " " "

.26 5tli " " 1861 "

.27 6th and 7th artillery regt., 1898 to date.

.28 Artillery corps since 1901.

358.3 Artillery Tactics.

A Training of artillery.

.5 Artillery Fire.

.65 Artillery — mountain.

.66 Field Artillery— in general.

.661 Horse Artillery.

.662 Horses— artillery.

.67 Foot Artillery.

.67 Artillery — siege.

.68 Position-guns (artillery).

.68 Artillery— coast defence — floating batteries (U.S. A)
(See also 623.3 Coast Defence -engineering.)

358.7- Torpedoes and Mines (coast defence)— Torpedo
Vessels — Sub-marines .

.8 Artillery Ammunition and Projectiles.
(See Gunnery 623.5.)

.99 Artillery— miscellanies.

359. Naval Science and Art. Divide like 355.

361. The International Red Cross Society.

362.1 Military Hospitals.

.8 Soldier's Homes. (See also 355.4.)

365. Prisons. (See also 354.73693.)

367.9 Army and Navy Clubs in Cities. (See 354.73672

for officers' mess clubs.)

368.3 Military Life Insurance.

369. Military Societies.



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371.43 Military Organizations in Non-military Schools.

.73 Military Gymnastics.

.81 Honor (student).

.82 Hazing (student life).
at U. S. M. A.

.89 Customs of Cadets, U. S. M. A.

372.9 Schools for Soldiers.

378.B. Visitors to U. S. M. A. (Boards of) Reports.

C. Supt., U. S. M. A. Reports.

D. Finances, U. S. M. A. Treasurer. Annual Appro-

priations.

E. U. S. M. A.— history.
EE. Newspaper clippings.

F. U. S. M. A.— necrology.

H. ■ Cadet Registers (annual) U. S. M. A.

I. U. S. M. A. Guide Books — circulars — information
for candidates.

K. U. S. M. A. Addresses, Sermons, etc. to Cadets.

L. U. S. M. A. Memorabilia; Programmes, Tickets,
Hop-Cards.

M. U. S. M. A. Academic Board.

N. U. S. M. A. Lectures; Examination Questions;
MS. Lecture Notes, etc.

O. U. S. M. A. Orations by Students; 4th of July Ad-
dresses.

P. U. S. M. A. Publications by Cadets; 100th Night
Books; Class Annuals.

R. Dialectic Society, U. S. M. A. Cadet publications.

S. U. S. M. A. Cadet Songs; Miscellanies; Athletics.

T. U. S. M. A. Association of Graduates; Annuals,
etc.

U. U. S. M. A. Class Histories, Reunions, etc.

V. U. S. M. A. Class Albums; Portraits, etc.
378. W. U. S. M. A. Buildings and Grounds; maps and
plans of; projects.



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393.9 Military Funerals.

394.98 Military Customs and Ceremonies.
.99 Customs of the Service— Navy.

399. Customs of War (savage tribes).

525.37 Projectiles (deviation of by earth's rotation).
(See Gunnery 623.5)

526.99 Military Surveying.

.99 Naval Surveys and Surveying— Hydrography.

531.8 Military Machines.

533.6 Aeronautics (military).

537.8 Electricity (in military affairs).

.6 Anthropometry of Soldiers.

613.11 Acclimation of soldiers.

.21 Food (for soldiers). (See also 643.)

.21 Ration — proper constituents of.

.48 Clothing of Soldiers— hygiene of, etc.

.56 Hospitals (military)— hygiene.

.67 Military Hygiene.

.68 Naval Hygiene.

.72 Physical Education.

614.88 First Aid to the Injured.

.94 Animals — care of— hygiene of.

.96 Transportation of Animals.

617.145 Gunshot Wounds.

.99 Military Surgery.

619.1 Hippology; Veterinary Art.

623.0 Military Engineering.

.1 Fortifications (in general j.

.11 Fortifications (field).

.13 Fortifications (semi-permanent).

.17 Fortification (permanent).

.2 Siege Operations.

.3 Defensive Operations.

.31 Defense of Fortified Places.

623.32 Defense of Field Works.



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623.33 Defense of Entrenched Lines.

A Ordnance (manufacture of). (The technics of
Artillery. )

.411 Fabrication of Small Arms.

.412 Manufacture of Cannon.

.413 Machine Guns (manufacture, etc.)

.415 Guns — field (manufacture, etc.)

.415 Siege Guns (manufacture, etc.)

.416 Cannon (sea-coast) (manufacture, etc.)

.417 Artillery (naval) (manufacture, etc.)

.42 Gun Carriages.

.426 Disappearing Gun Carriages.

.43 Ammunition. (See explosives 662.)

.44 Projectiles (ordnance).

.48 Arsenals.

.49 Ordnance — miscellanies.

623.50 Gunnery (in general).

.51 Interior Ballistics.

.52 Exterior

.53 Range Finding.

.54 Gun Sights.

.55 Penetration of Projectiles.

.56

.57

.58

.59 Gunnery — miscellanies.

623.6 Military Roads.

.64 Military Railways.

.65 Military Bridges. (See 624.)

.66 Ponton-bridges.

623.71 Signals (military).

.72 Signals (naval).

.75 Telegraphs and Telephones (military).

.751 Wireless Telegraphy.

623.78 Ballooning— military.



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623.79 Ballooning— naval. (See also 533.6)

.8 Naval Engineering?.

.95 Torpedoes (naval). Torpedo Vessels (U.S.N.)
Sub-marines.
628.8 Ventilation of Barracks, etc.
633. Forage. (See 357.8.)

636.1 Horses.

.11 Asses.

.12 Mules. (See 355.5.)

.2 Cattle (beef).
641. Cookery— military. (See also 355.3.)

643. Food of Soldiers. (See 613.21.)

652. Military (and naval) Telegraphic Codes.

654. Military Telegraphs.

.4 Military Telegraph and Telephone Lines (construc-
tion and equipment of).

.5^ Military Telegraphic Cables.

.6 Military Telephones.
657. Accounts (form of, military).

662. Explosives (manufacture). (614.8.31 safe storage

of.)

.1 Pyrotechny (military).
682.1 Horseshoeing.

685. Horse Equipments (manufacture).

Cavalry.

Artillery.

Transportation .

687. Military Tailoring and Tailors.

699. Warships (construction of).

711. Reservations (military).

719. National Cemeteries (U. S.)

725.18 Barracks (architecture of).
730. Iconography (military).

778. Photography (military).

779. Collections of Military Photographs.



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784.4 National Airs (songs).

788-789 Military Music.
796. Military Athletics (in general).

798. Horsemanship.

912. Maps and Charts (military)— see also Military His-

tory.

of West Point 378. W.

929. Military and Naval Heraldry.

930-999 Military History (foreign).
944.04 French Revolution.

1 Assembly, 1789-92.

2 First Republic, 1792-99.

3 Convention, 1792-95.

1 War of 1st Coalition np to establishment of Directory,

1795. Valmy, Toulon, Fleurns.
7 Wars in the Vendee.

4 Reign of Terror, 1793-94. Destruction of Lyons.

5 Directory, 1795-99.

1 Napoleon in Italy, 1796-97.

2 Campaign against Austro-Piedmontese — Millesimo, Mon-

dovi.

3 Campaign against Austrians — Lodi, Areola, Eivoli.

4 Mantua, (July '96-Feb.; '97).

5 Passage of the Alps.

6 Jourdan and Moreau in Germany, 1796 — Wiirzburg,

Etlingen.

7 Napoleon, (Kl^ber and Menou) in Egypt, 1798-1801.

8 Nile, 1798.

9 Kl^ber and Menou, 1800-1801.

6 Consulate, 1799-1804.

1 War of 2d coalition, 1799-1801.

2 Campaigns of 1799.

3 On the Rhine and Danube — Stockach.

4 In Switzerland — Zurich.

5 In Italy — Novi.

6 In Holland — Bergen.

7 Campaigns of 1800.

8 In Italy— Campaign of Massena, Marengo (Napoleon).

9 In Germany — Hohenlinden.



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Works dealing with 944.04 and 943.05 together,
should be put under 944.05.
944.05 First Empire.

1 War of 3d coalition, 1805.

1 Campaign against the Austrians— Ulni.

2 Trafalgar.

3 Campaign against Russians— Diernstein.

4 Campaign against Austro-Russians — Austerlitz.

2 War of 4th coalition, 1806-07.

1 Campaign of 1806 against Prussians— Jena and Auerstadt.

2 Campaign of 1807 against Russians and Prussians— Dantzig.

3 Winter campaign— Eyiau.

4 Spring campaign — Friedland.

3 Peninsular War, 1808-1814.

Corunna (Sir John Moore), Salamanca, Talavera, Albuera,
Vittoria, Toulouse.

4 War with Austria, 1809.

Eckmuhl, Raab, Aspen and Essling, Wagram.

5 War with Russia, 1812.

1 Invasion— Moskowa (Borodino and Moshaisk), Burning

of Moscow.

2 Retreat — Passage of Berezina.

6 War of ("Liberation") 5th coalition, 1813-14.

1 Campaign of 1813.

2 Pt.l, to armistice of Poischwitz (June-August), Liitzen,

Bautzen.

3 Pt.2, to end of 1813— Dresden, Leipzig.

4 Campaign of 1814 (Invasion of France)— La Rothiere,

Laon, Montereau, Fere-Campanoise.

5 Entrance into Paris.

6 Army of Lyons.

7 Army of Italy.

7 Restoration of Louis XVIII. , 1814-15.

8 Hundred days, March- June, 1815.

Ligny, Quatre-Bras.

9 Waterloo (June 18,1815). For special studies

of battle of this date.



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944.081 Franco-Prussian War, 1870-71.

1 Operations in Alsace — Woerth.

2 Operations in Lorraine — Saarbruchen, Spicheren.

3 Operations about Metz— Resonville,Gravelotte,SaintPrivat.

4 Operations of Army of Chalons— Sedan,

5 Operations on the Loire— Beaune-la-Rolande, Leigny-

poupry, Orleans.

6 Operations of 2d army of the Loire — Le Mans.

7 Operations in the East — H6ricourt.

8 Operations in Normandy and the North— Amiens, Saint

Quentin.

9 Operations about Paris— Champigny, Buzenval.

8551-8600 Collected Biography.

8601-9500 Military Biography.

8601-9500 Biography — individual.

A Records, U. S. M. A.

C Congressional Documents.

D Duplicates (in Tower Room).

F Fiction in English.

G- Books lent by Association of Graduates.

L Books in Librarian's Office.

M Books in Officers' Study.

P300 to P499 Military Periodicals.

R Books in Reading Room.

RR Books reserved from circulation.



PART II.— INDEX.



354.7364 A. A. C. S.
.7364 A. A. Q. M.

623.114 Abattis.

613.11 Acclimation of Soldiers.

351.726 Accountability of Officers.

657. Accounts (form of, mili-

tary).

351.726 Accounts (money) of Army
Officers.
.7261 Property accounts.

351.728 Accounts (money) of Naval
Officers.

355.3 Accoutrements (military).

354.73671 Active Army (U. S. A.)
.7364 Adjutant.

355.781 Adjt. Gen's. Dept.— in gen-
eral.

354.7364 Adjutants— general, (U.S.)
.73681 Adjutant-General's Depart-
ment (U. S. A.) — and its
work; and office of Mili-
tary Secretary; G. O. A.
G, O., &c.. Musters,
Records, and Record and
Pension Office.

353.613 Adjt. Gen.'sReports(U.S.)

355.7 Administration (military) —

in general.

347.6 Administration — Councils

of (U. S. A.)

351.86 Administration of Military
Affairs by the Central
Government.

354.737 Administration, U. S. N.
.7367 Administration, Organiza-
tion and of U. S. A.

(Military Div., Districts,
Depts.)
.73671 Administration, Organiza-
tion and of the U. S.

Array in the field. (Ar-
mies, Corps, etc.) — G.O.
troops in the field.
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.7374
.427

355.64

533.6

354.7364

355.2

533.6

341.3

342.73

355.12

.18
378.T

614.881
623.43

357.13
356.13

.5
623.432
356.5
358.18

.8
623.431
354.306
614.94

573.6
355.09
354.7365
.7364

353.03
623.22

336.7361

.736
.737



Admirals, (U. S. N.)

Admiralty, (Gt. Britain).

Advance Guards.

Aeronautics (military).

Aides-de-camp (U. S.)

Aiguillettes (U. S. A.)

Air-ships (military).

Alabama — privateer, C.S.N

Aliens (to U. S.)

Allotments of pay— by en-
listed men (U. S.)

Allowances (military)

Alumni Association, U. S.
M. A.

Ambulances.

Ammunition. (See explo-
sives 662)

Ammunition— Cavalry.
" — Infantry.

" Supply of, in battle.

Ammunition (artillery)

Ammunition carts (Int.)

Ammunition Parks.

Ammunition-trains.

Ammunition (small arms)

Ancient Armies.

Animals— care of — hygiene
of.

Anthropometr3' of Soldiers.

Antiquities — military.

Apothecaries, U. S. A.

Appointment of Officers,
U. S. A.

A ppoi ntments(Presidential )

Approaches, Parallels and
Trenches.

Appropriation Bills (U. S.
M. A. See 378. D)

Bills (U. S. A.)

Bills (U. S. N.)



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623.8 Architecture (naval) (See

699)
341.6 Arbitration (law).

623.4 Armament of forts and of


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