Three Days at the Brink: FDR's Daring Gamble to Win World War II (Signed Book)

Three Days at the Brink: FDR's Daring Gamble to Win World War II (Signed Book)

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Three Days at the Brink: FDR's Daring Gamble to Win World War II 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
NScottJtx 4 months ago
Bret Baier nails it again with a gripping account of little-known historical events that shaped our world as it is today. Three Days at the Brink is a must-read for those who love World War II history. Little known facts, well-researched anecdotes and events of the era make this tome hard to put down. Researchers, history lovers and non-fiction readers will delight in its pages. Told in a unique way that only a leading hard news journalist can, Baier brings to light insights on these critical “three days” that, if they had taken a different turn, would have significantly changed modern world history. All Baier’s “Three Days” series of books have been some of the most insightful, well-written and researched books I have read on some of my favorite historical topics. Three Days at the Brink again, delivers. I highly recommend.
Anonymous 1 days ago
great read
DPAULFENTON 3 months ago
interesting prospective and well written. I believe however Stalingrad gave Uncle Joe a freeway pass to Berlin. And of course divided the Germans to fight on two fronts. I think uncle Joe was a smart phycho maniac killer. worst kind but he had a ability to listen and chose his battles. i believe i would have included Doolittle's raid as a turning point in front of midway. It woke up the world to American resolve.
Rachelle Friberg 4 months ago
As a lover of all things history and current events, Bret Baier’s latest book, Three Days on the Brink is captivating in so many ways. New insights, new details on a major juncture of the Second World War. Who knew a torpedo episode nearly sank a ship carrying FDR and his Generals? I didn’t. This is just an example of things I learned from this excellent book. Definitely a “must-read.”