An excellent book about the war years. The view of FDR and Eisenhower is quite different than American history would lead you to believe. It is an English history that helps one to understand some of the resentment toward that USA that others must have felt during and after the war. Charles Dr Gaulle had nothing good to say about the USA when he came to power in France in the 50s. And based upon how he was treated by FDR and Eisenhower, one cannot blame him. Winston Churchill was not treated very well either. But I believe he did his best to remain loyal to FDR even though he was stabbed in the back often.
The book is long and very detailed, but will enhance your knowledge of the war years and the following Cold War. Churchill was not without major faults, but he was truly a great man.
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