The National Defense Act Approved June 3, 1916, as Amended by Act Approved August 29, 1916: Act Approved July 9, 1918; Act Approved February 28, 1919; Act Approved July 11, 1919; Act Approved September 29, 1919; Act Approved June 4, 1920. March, 1921, Issues 1-10
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The National Defense Act of 1920 is considered to have laid the foundation on which the United States Army fought World War II. The detailed the number of officers, warrant officers and enlisted men in the Regular Army and the numbers who were considered specialists. The National Guard and Organized Reserve formations. A reading of the Act and the reality the Great Depression created within the Army that led to initial problems in the early part of the war.