"Superb history and literature...surpassed only by the magnificent volumes of Winston Churchill." The Saturday Review
"A Soldier's Story tells, better than any other book of its kind to date, how the war in the European theater was fought and why it was fought that way."
A. J. Liebling, The New Yorker
This 1951 volume by the so-called "GI General" is quite an appropriate title to help launch Modern Library's new "War" line of paperback reprints. Bradley here offers a firsthand account of World War II. This is the only paperback available of this title. Copyright 1999 Cahners Business Information.
The highest service [of this memoir] is to provide a gallery of military portaits, a background of personalities, against which the war...was fought.