From Publishers Weekly
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Dismayed at the poor plannig and infighting of the generals, it seems they were more concerned with their own egos!!!Published 3 months ago by Matthew Colosky
I read this one first and then read Citizen Soldiers. After reading the two it is apparent that Stephen Ambrose simply copied and pasted a lot from Citizen Soldiers into this one. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bprill
I thought it was well written and probably as good a telling as anyone has done.Published 4 months ago by Mark T
The book is not as much about Eisenhower and his men as I thought it should be. It was more repeats of information about D Day itself. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Suzanne McDowell
I am afraid that I should declare my bias here. Not only am inclined to be skeptical of this whole "greatest generation" hosannas over those Americans who grew up during... Read morePublished 5 months ago by T. Washington
Detailed narrative of the period in WWII between D-Day and the war's end, though the author never bogs down in detail to the detriment of the story. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Clyde D. Bailey