|A Novel of the War in the Pacific Jeff Shaara. ington by the unyielding fierceness |
of his personality. which some describe as disgustingly rude, he realizes he can
climb no farther up Washington's military ladder, and later in 1948. he retires.
|The second volume in "New York Times"-bestselling author Shaara's acclaimed World War II trilogy takes readers to the most famous chapter in the war--D-Day and the battle for Normandy. Available in a tall Premium Edition.|
|A conclusion to the trilogy that includes The Rising Tide and The Steel Wave imagines the Battle of the Bulge from the perspectives of Eisenhower, Patton, Churchill, Hitler and an assortment of young soldiers. Reprint.|