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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This 1951 volume by the so-called "GI General" is quite an appropriate title to help launch Modern Library's new "War" line of paperback reprints. Bradley here offers a firsthand account of World War II. This is the only paperback available of this title. Read full review

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Summons to the Normandy
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Sicilian Hub and Roadnet
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Overseas
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