Are Americans Well Disciplined? Statement of Dr. Otto Schranzkmuller, A former Prussian Municipal Official. 42nd Div. Summary of Interrogation #185 Dec. 12, 1919. "The American army seems to me as fine a collection of individual physical specimens as I have ever seen," the doctor declared in his excellent unidiomatic English.  "But from the standpoint of military discipline it is a mob, pure and simple.  The men appear slouchy; the officers do not stand out from the men in appearance as they do in any European army.  All seem to allow themselves to be victimized in prices by the tradespeople of…
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