A seasoned author, renowned for his mastery of WWII military history, presents a vivid account of the feuds, intrigues, and rivalries among Allied political and military leaders during World War II. Includes coverage of the most charismatic and famous figures from Eisenhower and MacArthur to Churchill, DeGaulle, Roosevelt, and numerous others.
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About the Author
WILLIAM B. BREUER is one of today's most popular military historians and the critically acclaimed author of twenty-two books. Some of his previous titles include MacArthur's Undercover War and The Great Raid on Cabanatuan (both published by Wiley), Hoodwinking Hitler: The Normandy Deception, and Race to the Moon: How Hitler's Rocket Scientists Put America on the Moon.