This book serves as an important reference source for those researching and writing not only on events in World War II but also on command and leadership issues.
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|The Supreme Commander to the Combined Chiefs of Staff
|H.M. Stationary Office
Report by the Supreme Commander to the Combined Chiefs of Staff is the official after-action report of General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower.
This facsimile edition contains Eisenhower's own observations and judgments about operations in the European theater during World War II, providing not only unique insights into the thinking and character of one of the U.S. Army's greatest military commanders but also an illuminating record of momentous events influenced in large measure by a distinguished Soldier and towering figure in American historiography.
The report has substantial and enduring value for military historians and students of military affairs. It serves as an important reference source for those researching and writing not only on events in World War II but also on command and leadership issues.