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Eisenhower By Carlo D'Este

Eisenhower
by Carlo D'Este

This is a biography of the Allied Commander-in-Chief in World War II by the author hailed by Max Hastings as 'One of the finest historians of his generation'.
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Eisenhower: Allied Supreme Commander by Carlo D'Este

Carlo D'Este's previous book, PATTON cemented his reputation as one of the bestselling historians of the Second World War. John Keegan called it 'a magnificent portrait'. The Sunday Telegraph called it 'superb biography'. Now he turns to America's most successful commander of the war, the future president Dwight D. Eisenhower. Born in poverty, the child of convinced pacifists, Eisenhower rose to command the Allied invasion force from D-Day to the conquest of Germany. He remains a controversial figure, especially to the British. Eisenhower had a prickly relationship with his most notorious subordinate, the British General Montgomery. As well as the key military issues, D'Este reveals the truth about Eisenhower's alleged romance with his British driver, Kay Summersby, his troubled marriage and his eye for the political future. This is the definitive biography of the most important officer in the Allied armies of the Second World War.

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About Carlo D'Este


Carlo D'Este served in the US Army in Vietnam, Germany and England before retiring as a lieutenant-colonel in 1978. He received his MA from the University of Richmond and has now published six books that have won high praise both sides of the Atlantic. Acclaimed by Antony Beevor, John Keegan, Victor Davis Hanson, Martin Blumenson and Alan Clark, he is the greatest military biographer working today.

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Eisenhower: Allied Supreme Commander by Carlo D'Este
Carlo D'Este
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Orion Publishing Co
2004-04-01
864
0304366587
9780304366583
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