Logistics, not strategy, is the path to victory

02/4/2013 | CNNMoney/Fortune

Two new histories of World War II reveal the key role that logistics played in securing the Allies' victory, writes Michael Schrage. Little-known bureaucrats re-organized the U.S. and British supply chains to ensure the front-line fighters had everything they needed to succeed. "In wartime, logistics eats strategy for lunch," Schrage argues.

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