A soldier's story

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Rand McNally, 1978 - Biography & Autobiography - 618 pages
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The memoirs of "the G.I. General", who, surrounded by a sea of prima donnas during World War II, never stopped quietly learning his trade until he became, during the conquest of Germany in 1945, arguably the most progressive and important senior American commander in the European theater.

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User Review  - Jim Gallen - Goodreads

Omar Bradley is one of those crucially important soldiers whose fame is limited by their non-self promoting nature and the fact that they never held the top command. Nonetheless they were eyewitnesses ... Read full review

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User Review  - Joe Machado - Goodreads

I'd reccommend this volume to anyone whose only knowledge of WWII in the European theater comes from the popular works of Stephen Ambrose, and the like. It will be familiar enough, and has greater depth. Read full review

Contents

Summons to the Normandy
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Sicilian Hub and Roadnet
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Overseas
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