Monty: Final Years, of the Field-Marshal, 1944-1976

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McGraw-Hill, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 996 pages
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The masterful conclusion of a major landmark in the military literature of World War II.--The New York Times Book Review.

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Bernard Law Montgomery is not an attractive character as a man. He was a competent soldier, and history has left us with many tantalising "What Ifs?", as regards as to possible alternative men to have ... Read full review

Monty: final years of the Field-Marshal, 1944-1976

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The third and last volume of Hamilton's massive biography of Field Marshal Montgomery is even more interesting than its predecessors. It covers the period after the victory in Normandy when Monty was ... Read full review


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Nigel Hamilton is a bestselling and award-winning biographer of President John F. Kennedy, General Bernard "Monty" Montgomery, and President Bill Clinton, among other subjects. He is a Senior Fellow in the McCormack Graduate School, University of Massachusetts-Boston, and first president of the Biographers International Organization (BIO).

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