Dwight Eisenhower represented a fundamentally new type of military
commander in the 20th century: commander as manager rather than the
traditional warrior commander. Armies had become so large and
military coalitions so dependent on politics that this new type of
commander emerged. Eisenhower never fought in a single battle, but
he commanded the most modern and powerfully armed force to fight in
Europe. As Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force,
Eisenhower had at his disposal not only the British, US, and French
armies, but the RAF, USAAF, Royal Navy and US Navy-Atlantic. This
book explores every aspect of his military career.
"From the Trade Paperback edition."
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