Eisenhower's Lieutenants: The Campaign of France and Germany, 1944-1945

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Indiana University Press, 1990 - History - 800 pages
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"The publication of Eisenhower's Lieutenants is an event of significance in American military writing.... admirable... clearly the product of exhaustive, painstaking research." —The New York Times Book Review

"... the best account we have of the World War II campaigns from Normandy to the Elbe." —American Historical Review

"... precisely informative and broadly rewarding." —Kirkus Reviews

"... an outstanding and highly recommended work." —Journal of American History

"... by the dean of American military historians... " —Washington Post Bookworld

CONTENTS
Preface

Part One: The Armies

Part Two: Normandy

Part Three: France

Part Four: The Disputed Middle Ground

Part Five: Germany

Epilogue
Notes and Sources
Index

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User Review  - Oskar_Matzerath - LibraryThing

Covers the war in Europe from Normandy to the surrender in May 1945. After the breakout from Normandy, the allies didn't just mop up. This book gives some detail of the endless, endless killing by all ... Read full review

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Well written and useful look at the men who conducted the war in Europe. Read full review

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