Masters and Commanders
The military geniuses who lead the West to victory in World War Two.
During the Second World War the master strategy of the West was shaped by four titanic figures: Churchill and Roosevelt, and their respective military commanders – General Sir Alan Brooke and General George C. Marshall. Each man was tough-willed and strong minded. And each was certain he knew best how to achieve victory.
Drawing on verbatim reports of Churchill's War Cabinet meetings, Andrew Roberts's acclaimed history recreates with the fiery debates and political manoeuvrings, the rebuffs and the charm, the explosive rows and dramatic reconciliations, as the masters and commanders of the Western Alliance fought each other over the best way to fight Adolf Hitler.
Soft cover, 720 pages.