A General's Life: An Autobiography

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Simon and Schuster, 1983 - History - 752 pages
Draws on Bradley's diaries and papers to recount his experiences as American commander at Normandy, as ground-war strategist in Europe, and as first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

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User Review  - Whiskey3pa - LibraryThing

Well organised and paced. Presents an interesting look at many of key figures of the Allied war effort. At times, it feels more like the tone of Patton than Bradley, at least as they have been portrayed popularly since the war. Good reading, highly recomended. Read full review


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part two Overseas to War
part three The War on the Continent

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