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Together We Stand: America, Britain, and the Forging of an Alliance

by James Holland

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Drawing on a wide range of archival material from around the world and offering new perspectives and analysis to a critical period of World War II, Together We Stand portrays the men and women who found themselves caught up in this struggle, people drawn from all parts of the globe, from all ranks and services, to make up these polyglot Allied forces. Beginning with the genuine partnership between Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt, through the unity of purpose that bound General Eisenhower and the British commanders, to the camaraderie between the airman from Texas and the corporal from Manchester, the ties were real and palpable - and the results literally changed the course of the war.… (more)

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