By Jonathan W. Jordan
From New York Times bestselling writer Jonathan W. Jordan—author of Brothers, competitors, Victors—comes the intimate precise tale of President Franklin Roosevelt’s internal circle of army management, the workforce of competitors who formed global struggle II and America.
After the assault on Pearl Harbor, the us was once awakened from its shut eye of isolationism. to aid him steer the country during the coming warfare, President Franklin Roosevelt grew to become to the best “team of rivals” because the days of Lincoln: Secretary of battle Henry Stimson, Admiral Ernest J. King, and basic George C. Marshall.
jointly, those 4 males led the state via history’s so much devastating clash and ushered in a brand new period of remarkable American impact, all whereas compelled to beat the profound own and political transformations which divided them.
A startling and intimate reassessment of U.S. management in the course of global struggle II, American Warlords is a notable glimpse backstage of presidential power.
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American Warlords: How Roosevelt's High Command Led America to Victory in World War II by Jonathan W. Jordan