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uring his time with the U.S. Army, Brigadier

General Edmund DuBois served in the

South Pacific and Australia for World War II

and was also stationed in Paris and Germany.

He completed combat missions and assignments

with the Joint Chiefs of Staff and NATO, which

informed his contribution to “A Concise Theory

of Combat,” a technical report and collaborative

effort of the Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis

at the Naval Postgraduate School and The Military

Conflict Institute. Since then, Gen. DuBois has

penned several more works that are available in both

physical and electronic forms. These include “In the

Name of Church,” “A Lace Cap and Two Boys,” and

“A Lesser Tale of the South Pacific,” which recounts

some of his early experiences as a young officer.

As a resident of Sonoma, Calif., he has done book

signings in Vallejo and Napa and even read from “A

Lace Cap and Two Boys” in New Paltz, N.Y., which

is near the novel’s setting. To purchase any of Gen.

DuBois’ books or read more about his background,




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