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 3 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 4 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 5 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 6 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 8 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 8 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.
A very good book about one of America's most brilliant General's. A must read if you are a student of WWII.Published 10 months ago by Tom M. Grimes
Very clearly written. Hits the highlights quite well. References two other books on Bradley without going into to much detail.Published 11 months ago by Joseph Perkins