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AUTHOR: BRYANT, Arthur TITLE: The Turn of the Tide 1939-1943: A Study Based on the Diaries and Autobiographical Notes of Field Marshall The Viscount Alanbrooke. PUBLISHER: London: Collins, 1957. 1 vo. 8-3/8" x 5-5/8", illustrated. Bound in 1/2 blue morocco, ribbed gilt decorated spine, 2 gilt lettered red morocco spine labels, all edges gilt.
The turn of the tide, 1939-1943;: A study based on the diaries and autobiographical . Book and Jacket are both in Good condition. There is some light shelf and reading wear, but still a presentable copy.
The turn of the tide, 1939-1943;: A study based on the diaries and autobiographical notes of Field Marshal the Viscount Alanbrooke. The Battle of the Atlantic: How the Allies Won the War. Jonathan Dimbleby. Completing The War Diaries Of Field Marshall Viscount Alanbrooke.
a study based on the diaries and autobiographical notes of Field Marshal the Viscount Alanbrooke.
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Alanbrooke was the primary strategist for the efforts of the British Army from the darkest days of 1940 and 1941 when Britain stood alone against the ascendant Axis powers, through the North African and Italian campaigns, and the invasion at Normandy and defeat of Nazi Germany. In that time he served as the cool, methodical, tactical and strategic counterweight to Churchill's impetuous desire to fight the Germans and Japanese wherever and whenever possible.
Bryant, Arthur, 1899-1985; Alanbrooke, Alan Brooke, Viscount, 1883-1963. Defenceless island ; The saving of the army ; The fall of France ; The stronghold ; Winter of our discontent - The winning of the initiative. Alanbrooke, Alan Brooke, Viscount, 1883-1963, World War, 1939-1945, Marshals, Krijgshandelingen.
In the course of the autobiographical notes quoted in this volume I have tried to express what I owe to my two .
In the course of the autobiographical notes quoted in this volume I have tried to express what I owe to my two colleagues of the . Committee and to the distinguished officers - all, like them, trusted and valued friends - who worked with me at Storey's Gate, at the War Office and in the field. I have tried, too, in recording, in July 1945, the end of our long partnership, to express some sense of the obligation which, in common with every Briton, I owe to the great statesman who led us out of the abyss to victory. Near East Boulevard, Nicosia, TRNC This software is developed by NEU Library and it is based on Koha OSS conforms to MARC21 library data transfer rules.