Charles Edward White
Dr. Charles E. White was a historian with the United States Army for 33 years. After leaving active military duty and earning his doctorate in history from Duke University, he served as the Chief of Military History at the United States Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia; then as the Command Historian for the 21st Theater Army Area Command in Germany. Following those assignments, Dr. White served as the Army’s Lewis and Clark Historian during the national bicentennial commemoration of that expedition. Before retiring, he was the Command Historian for the United States Army Forces Command, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He is the author of The Enlightened Soldier: Scharnhorst and the Militärische Gesellschaft in Berlin, 1801-1806 (1989), The US Army and the Lewis and Clark Expedition (2002), as well as articles and papers on American and German military history.
- Scharnhorst : The Formative Years, 1755-1801 Author