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Partners in Command: George Marshall and Dwight Eisenhower in War and Peace

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – May 2008 – vârsta de la 18 ani
A unique look at the complex relationship between two of America?s foremost World War II leaders

The first book ever to explore the relationship between George Marshall and Dwight Eisenhower, Partners in Command eloquently tackles a subject that has eluded historians for years. As Mark Perry charts the crucial impact of this duo on victory in World War II and later as they lay the foundation for triumph in the Cold War, he shows us an unlikely, complex collaboration at the heart of decades of successful American foreign policy?and shatters many of the myths that have evolved about these two great men and the issues that tested their alliance. As exciting to read as it is vitally informative, this work is a signal accomplishment.
 
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ISBN-13: 9780143113850
ISBN-10: 0143113852
Pagini: 480
Ilustrații: 8-page b/w photo insert on text stock; b/w maps throughout
Dimensiuni: 139 x 214 x 28 mm
Greutate: 0.45 kg
Editura: Penguin Books

Notă biografică

Mark Perry’s books include Conceived in Liberty, a main selection of the History Book Club. An award-winning writer, he has written on history, the Middle East conflict, and American foreign policy for numerous magazines and newspapers.PRAISE FOR MARK PERRY:
“Mark Perry…has made their dual biography the basis for an ambitious book, a history of the North and South from before the war to the end of Reconstruction. That he succeeds so well is remarkable.”
- The New York Times Book Review
“A thoughtful, moving, and wonderfully readable account of two valiant men, the war that brought them together, and the ideologies that ultimately kept them apart.”
- Cleveland Plain Dealer