The War Between the Generals Inside the Allied High

5 thoughts on “The War Between the Generals Inside the Allied High Command

  1. Dan Dan says:

    An excellent book on the war between the British and American generals and their respective leaders in WWII Eisenhower Patton Bradley Montgomery De Gaulle are just some of the characters Irving writes of in his book Their was much hatred and animosity between the Allies up until the end of the war in Europe in May 1945 I disagree with the Author's love for Bernard Montgomery and agree with much of his analysis of Eisenhower as a political general and not much of a strategist or tactician Montgomery should have been sacked earlier in the war when his treachery insubordination and incompetence was brought to light Despite all of this Nazi Germany was defeated This is a very good book and one I highly recommend

  2. John Hales John Hales says:

    Reads like a novel but with character and punch We see the war as the generals really lived it suabbling over preferences and perks taking their mistresses with them onto the battlefield Did de Gaulle really torture fellow Frenchmen? Was there really an attempt by the Allies to kill him?This book is a social history of command It shows how the ambitions and personalities of the men at the top affected the course of the war and the lives of the ordinary mortals in the fieldGod Help Us All

  3. John John says:

    An incredible book of the events happening among the allies Irving not liked at all by a lot of ppldon't really understand why provides again facts from diaries unseen documents from the ppl that were there Why do ppl dislike Irving so much All he is doing is telling a story of what really happened The truth Now some ppl I suppose don't really want to hear the truth I suppose they don't want their imageperspectiveviews turned around or they're pissed off bc Irving beat them to the punch So why not just tell the truth about it all? I suppose some ppl have a lot to hide The truth is just the truth Irving writes about the past bases on that evidence

  4. Paulo Mendes Paulo Mendes says:

    A very good book It gave me a sight on the feelings involved in and the difficulties of dealing with so different personalities in a conflict context It can be drawn from the text some kinds of leadership for example the Eisenhower's one A leadership style based on coordinating actions rather then effectively comanding a battle group in combat Despite some final reviews on David Irving style and his supposedly lack of impartiality the book is helpful to understand the difficulties in leading a coalition

  5. Snail in Danger (Sid) Nicolaides Snail in Danger (Sid) Nicolaides says:

    Sounds like a cool topic Except the author is a Holocaust denier

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The War Between the Generals Inside the Allied High Command [EPUB] ✵ The War Between the Generals Inside the Allied High Command By David Irving – Hardback 446 pagesPublisher Congdon Lattes Inc June 1986Language English Hardback Between the PDF ☆ pagesPublisher Congdon Lattes Inc June Language English.

  • Hardcover
  • 456 pages
  • The War Between the Generals Inside the Allied High Command
  • David Irving
  • English
  • 03 July 2015
  • 9780312292188

About the Author: David Irving

David Irving Between the PDF ☆ is a British historian who is accused of trivializing the holocaust His books are mostly about the second world war and the Third Reich including topics like Josef Goebbels Winston Churchill and the bombings of Dresden In Irving filed a libel lawsuit against Penguin books and lost the judge finding Irving guilty of deliberate and The War PDF \ gross distortions of history This lawsuit re.