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Very short book only 28 pages.
Hopefully more and more people will read books like this (takes less than 1 hour to read) and see that things have not changed one bit since 1935 when Butler wrote it.
U.S. Marine Brigadier General Smedley Butler, the most decorated military man in history, saw first-hand the lies and deceits that characterize modern warfare.
I found this book a very inspiring and informative writing. I find that Marine Corp generals of the caliber of General Shoupe, General Butler, and Army General Powell are rare. Read morePublished 3 days ago by sgtsam49441
This book should be required reading for all seniors in high schools.Published 6 days ago by William S.
"To hell with war" are the last words of this timeless work. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a deeper understanding of the roots of war.Published 6 days ago by Sandra Nagy
Smedley wrote this back before WW2 but obviously not many read it or believed what they were reading then. It makes just too much sense. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Ryanb9
there are apparently 2 versions of this, one is a 208 pg. book, the other is a 20 some pg. booklet . I thought I got the book but instead I got the pamphlet. Buyer bewarePublished 24 days ago by lance kelly patton
Gen. Butler pulls no punches in this easy to read booklet exposing the sinister machinations behind the warmongering profiteers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Native Texan