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I did get tired of Mr. Korda's very frequent references to U.S. Grant.
There is no question that in his sweeping biography, Michael Korda sees Dwight David Eisenhower as America's greatest general and surely one of her best presidents.
Korda's analysis of Ike's performance as Supreme Commander of Allied Forces in Europe is very interesting.
Interesting read, as it takes you back to his humble beginngs & gives you insight into how Ike the man came about &what motivated him, to develop into the person he became. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ed Pollock
Let me say at the beginning, the writer's style will keep you interested and want to continue to read on. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Randy Honeycutt
Great biography with details about relationships with politicians, generals, others reflecting his personal family background and values! A little long but worth the read!Published 26 days ago by Roy Hanson
I am a lover of history but am much more familiar and comfortable with political and cultural than military history. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rev. Judith Kelsey-Powell
This was the most in-depth book on Eisenhower that I have ever read. More information on the man, his times, his service to his country were described and detailed so that the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by stitcher4664
Learned a lot I did not know. Learned about the man and how he grew to be a great leader. Recommend highly.Published 3 months ago by Susan O'Connor
A great American hero.
A great book about Dwight D Eisenhower. He was an inspirational man who committed everything for his country and his fellow Americans.
The book clearly demonstrates that Ike was NOT a "do nothing president."
Well researched and documented. Go get the book!