The Architect of Victory: The Military Career of Lieutenant General Sir Frank Horton Berrymanby Peter J. Dean
Pub. Date: 02/14/2011
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Examines the career of Lieutenant General Sir Frank Berryman, one of the most important, yet relatively unknown officers in the history of the Australian Army. See more details below
Examines the career of Lieutenant General Sir Frank Berryman, one of the most important, yet relatively unknown officers in the history of the Australian Army.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Part I. The Formative Years, 1894–1939: 1. The foundations of a military career; 2. A gunners-war; 3. The bitter-sweet years; Part II. Battle Plans and Command, 1939–1942: 4. North Africa; 5. Bardia and Tobruk; 6. Operation Exporter; Part III. The Pacific War, 1942–1945: 7. War with Japan; 8. New Guinea force; 9. Operation Postern; 10. Reconquest; 11. Two armies - two headquarters; Part IV. The Post-World War, 1946–1981: 12. All careers must come to an end; Conclusion. In reflection, 1894–1941.
and post it to your social network
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews >