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Eisenhower's Armies
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An authoritative and highly readable account.
An astute, always engrossing account of how civilian leaders and their army chiefs recruited, trained, and deployed two immense armies. A detailed, entertaining history of a successful, if bumpy, military alliance.
An astute and engrossing history of how two separate nations deployed two immense armies in a war of freedom.
In a splendid new book, Niall Barr provides us with an engrossing account.
Offers an in-depth and engrossing study of the relationship between Britain and the U.S. from 1941 to 1945. Where many other studies adopt a singular approach in the process, this wider-reaching examination delves into the relationship between British and American armies themselves throughout the conflict. The result is a powerful survey that succeeds where others fail: in pinpointing the underlying influences, controversies, and struggles made on both sides during World War II. No military history collection should be without this.
Barr becomes the current standard for a comprehensive history of the campaign.
A detailed yet accessible military history. Relying on sound scholarship and writing for a general audience, Barr guides readers through the numerous ups and downs of the fraught relationship and highlights dramatic moments of both crisis and success.
Excellent and engaging. This is a fascinating and dramatic tale and Barr tells it very well. Recommended.
A very considerable achievement by one of the best of the younger generation of British military historians.--Gary Sheffield
A riveting, knowledgeable account. A fresh perspective into this 'special relationship' between Britain and the United States at a pivotal point in time. This dramatic work isn't just for military historians or World War II scholars. Highly recommended for students of World War II and of the Atlantic Alliance of the mid-20th century and is a great read for anyone interested in leadership, decision making, international relations and diplomacy, and 20th-century history.
Barr makes his specific focus the army: as a military historian, he is strong on strategy, tactics, consequences, and the manifold frustrations and disasters that could be caused by simple accidents of weather or geography. Barr is keen to demonstrate that the troops on the ground usually -- after initial wariness --- found a great deal of mutual admiration. The shared respect between these servicemen from different nations who fought for a free world is an inspirational story.
Niall Barr's prose is lean and his narrative moves quickly. He has produced a masterful, impressively researched history detailing the machinery of wartime decision-making, as well as the military alliance, led by Eisenhower, that defeated Hitler's Germany.

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