Brute force: allied strategy and tactics in the Second World War

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Viking, 1990 - History - 643 pages
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Argues that the Allies' World War II triumph was due not to leadership, but to industrial capacity, demonstrating that Allied commanders were outclassed and incapable of using their numerical superiority efficiently

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Review: Brute Force: Allied Strategy And Tactics In The Second World War

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One of the best books about world war two for the simple reason that the author utilizes an excellent use of statistical data as well as excellent operational histories and tactical histories of the ... Read full review

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The Last European War Poland France
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