Very good insight to a man who refused the spotlight. Having read Omar Bradley's autobiography I was interested in another person's view of the man and the General. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Reading in Atlanta
I was quite disappointed with this book. I admire Jim DeFelice as an author but found this purported biography to suffer from a serious lack of discussion of Bradley's thinking... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Michael Stanley
For history buffs- A must read.That which caused the Brits to lose the Revolution;was amply reflected in Montgomery's pompous attitude. Read morePublished 5 months ago by john titman
The book arrived with the spine broken, the dust jacked cut and severely damaged. The overall impression of this purchase is that I got taken.Published 6 months ago by Harris N. Rowzie4
I thoroughly enjoyed reading about General Omar Bradley. He was so overshadowed by Gen. George Patton, (another one of my favorites), most people don't know his story very well. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
my uncles were in world war II and I remember my dad (battle of the bulge) saying he was truly the soldiers general. glad to see recognition of this great general. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mk
The book is too much of Bradley's A Generals Life. If you have read that this book is redundant. Fair.Published 10 months ago by mitchell buss
A well written tale of a leader of America's greatest generation.As the son of a profesiona soldier, i understood a soldier's General.Published 10 months ago by Carl Hutchins
Very revealing about Bradley, the man.
While he did not seek out headlines for himself, I think he felt threatened by Patton's popularity.