From the Back Cover
"No practicing American historian excels David Trask in the combined mastery of the diplomatic and the military aspects of warfare. He provides the most cogent assessment available of the enigmatic American commander, General John J. Pershing."--Russell F. Weigley, author of The American Way of War
"An impressive work which is essential to an understanding of military and diplomatic coalition policies during and particularly after the close of World War I."--Betty Miller Unterberger, author of The United States, Revolution, Russioa, and the Rise of Czechoslovakia
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About the Author
Chief historian at the U.S. Army Center for Military History, David F. Trask is also the author of "The AEF and Coalition Warmaking, 1917-1918,"