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Conversations with Major Dick Winters: Life Lessons from the Commander of the Band of Brothers Paperback – November 3, 2015
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Cole C. Kingseed is a thirty-year Army veteran who served in a variety of command and staff positions. He earned his MA in national security and strategic studies from the U.S. Naval War College and his PhD in history from Ohio State. He taught at West Point, where he served as chief of military history for four years. Kingseed is the author of fifty-three articles on corporate and military leadership and such books as Eisenhower and the Suez Crisis of 1956 and Old Glory Stories: Combat Leadership in World War II. He is a founding partner of Battlefield Leadership, LLC, and president of his own leadership consulting firm, The Brecourt Leadership Experience, Inc., whose clients include International Paper, Ernst & Young, USAA, and Bayer Corporation, among others.
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It also provides something most memoirs leave out, it gives the real picture of life back in "reality" after the war. Since people my age often have observed this reality of a vet (my father was) living his life after war, there are many who will appreciate seeing how different men handled the return to the rest of their life.
I appreciated the detail put into this book rather than think it created a slowness. It's the level of detail I want to know.
I'm glad I bought this book where I got to meet Major Winters in a more personal way.