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ISBN:
0865530696
Author:
David John Cawdell Irving
Category:
Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
Congdon & Weed (June 1, 1986)
Pages:
446 pages
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1580 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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David John Cawdell Irving (Author). It is untold because Irving brings out all the frictions between them, which are mostly ignored or inadequately covered in mainstream history books.

David John Cawdell Irving (Author). The key players are Churchill, Eisenhower, Patton, Bradley, Montgomery, Spaatz, DeGaulle, Tedder, and Leigh-Mallory who get the most attention by Irving. He does touch on the other subordinates of three star and a few division commanders of two star rank as necessary.

The War between the. Generals. I am tired of dealing with a lot of prima donnas. By God, you tell that bunch that if they can’t get together and stop quarrelling like children, I will tell the Prime Minister to get someone else to run this damn war. – General Dwight D. Eisenhower. Books by David Irving. Und Deutschlands Städte Starben Nicht (with Günter Karweina) The Destruction of Dresden The Mare’s Nest. ISBN: 0865530157 World War, 1939-1945–Campaigns–Western Front.

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David John Cawdell Irving (born 24 March 1938) is an English author and Holocaust denier who has written on the military and political history of World War II, with a focus on Nazi Germany. His works include The Destruction of Dresden (1963), Hitler's War (1977), Churchill's War (1987) and Goebbels: Mastermind of the Third Reich (1996).

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David Irving talks about Eisenhower, De Gaulle,etc. Irving's book demands a lot of time and concentration from the reader due to the multitude of personalities which cross its pages

David Irving talks about Eisenhower, De Gaulle,etc. The failures in this book are such things, like don't tells about many details in military affairs. Irving's book demands a lot of time and concentration from the reader due to the multitude of personalities which cross its pages.

Paperback: 446 pages Publisher: Congdon & Weed (June 1986) Language: English
  • Arashigore
With all the controversy about Irving, I thought it would be a lot more spicier and exciting than it was. It still was an interesting good read.
  • MrDog
The book shows the egos and ambitions of all the Allied General in the second world war. It is incredible the capacity of the General Eisenhower to cope with all the egos and manage them to fight the Germans and do not kill their self.
It is not a book of gossip, it shows the strategies of each general to shine in the war.​
  • Jerinovir
Highly recommended. Irving is a one-of-a-kind historian who relies on his own original research, meaning first hand examination of original documents and personal interviews of participants. In doing this he has discovered and brought to light many previously unknown documents and the insights they provide. His writing style reads like an adventure drama. This is a great story that humanizes the formerly larger than life characters. Five stars for an easy, enjoyable, and enlightening read.
  • Kesalard
I give 5 stars for books that I can't wait to pick up again and continue reading, and books I would reread in the future. It meets both those qualifications. It also retells events that I've read about dozens of times before yet it had fresh material and was told in a compelling way.

My only complaint is that there were a few teasers in the last pages that he did not elaborate on, such as what Eisenhower's private diary revealed about Churchill, Montgomery and others. What part(s) of "Crusade in Europe" caused the furor in Great Britain after the war? He stated that this occurred but doesn't explain why. Ike apparently had a "red-hot" secret file on Montgomery...what was in it? Montgomery's COS DeGuingand is said to have lots of damaging info on both Ike and Montgomery but none of it is revealed. Monty and Ike were said to have kept up a years-long correspondence which became "petty and cantankerous" - I'd have liked to read more about that correspondence.

I enjoyed the book very much and if someone knows the answers to subject matter that was left hanging in this one, there is yet another interesting book to be written on this subject.
  • Clodebd
well read
  • Orevise
David Irving wrote it. What's not to like? My only complaint: Irving went easy on the nutcase Eisenhower.
  • JoJolar
as described, shipped fast!
David Irving is one of the foremost historians on the subject of European theater World War II history. This book is an excellent account of the Allied high command (Eisenhower, Montgomery, Bradley, etc.) and the strategic and tactical differences they shared from Operation Overlord (D-Day Normandy invasion) to the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium. There are many quotes taken from diaries and other sources that makes the reader feel that they are actually there at the headquarters or war rooms of World War II. I highly recommend this book to any World War II buff or those interested in this important period in Twentieth Century history.