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The Victors

Eisenhower and His Boys - The Men of World War II

by Stephen Ambrose

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The Victors by Stephen Ambrose
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  • First Published:
    Sep 1998, 396 pages
    Paperback:
    Sep 1999, 255 pages

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EISENHOWER
THE VICTORS by Stephen Ambrose is a superb history of Eisenhower and his men that saved the world with Churchill.

THE GREATEST GENERATION is fading away but everyone should read this great book.
The world needs more men like Ike and Churchill and the men who won WW2.

NEVER FORGET THOSE WHO SERVED.
Anonymous

"Such an heroic and impressive account of ww 11 by the late Ambrose Stephens has in no doubt very impressive and magnifying"
Michael Chukwuemeka Ezemba
History Student.
mcezemba@prodigy.net
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