"Mark W. Clark was a major figure in World War II. He was prominent as one of the top American commanders. Together with Dwight D. Eisenhower, Omar N. Bradley, and George S. Patton, Jr., Clark was widely regarded as being responsible for victory on the European side of the conflict."—from the introduction
One of the great World War II memoirs by a legendary American general in charge of operations in North Africa and Italy. General Mark W. Clark recounts his wartime exploits and tells the story of the battles in Tunisia and Italy with verve and attention to key detail. An unparalleled account by a great military leader.
General Mark W. Clark first published this book in 1950. He was the Allied commander of the 5th Army in Italy, 1943-1945.
Pub Date: 2007
Pages: 500 pp.
Size: 6.00 x 8.75 inches
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