The Gripping, Behind The Scenes, True Account Of A Critical Time In Modern History, Brought To New Life Through The Accounts Of Three Remarkable Men At Its Core The History Of The Second World War Is Typically Told Through Its Decisive Battles And Campaigns But Behind The Front Lines, Behind Even The Command Centers Of Allied Generals And Military Planners, A Different Level Of Strategic Thinking Was Taking Place Throughout The War, Winston Churchill, Franklin D Roosevelt, And Joseph Stalin The Big Three Met In Various Permutations And Locations To Hash Out Ways To Defeat Nazi Germany And, Just As Important, To Determine The Shape Of The Postwar World Focusing On The Riveting Interplay Between These Three Larger Than Life Personalities, Jonathan Fenby S Vivid Narrative Ranges From The Great Conferences At Tehran And Yalta To A Secret Shipboard Meeting In A Deserted Newfoundland Cove, From Late Night Vodka Fueled Sessions In The Kremlin To Summer Picnics At The Presidential Estate Through A Rich Assortment Of Original Documents, Telling Anecdotes, And Detailed Character Portraits, We Learn How This Remarkable Alliance Was Constructed And Maintained, And How It Finally Crumbled, Introducing The World To A New Kind Of Cold Warfare.
Jonathan Fenby, CBE, has been the editor of The Observer and the South China Morning Post He is currently China Director at the research service Trusted Sources.
- 475 pages
- Alliance: The Inside Story of How Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill Won One War and Began Another
- Jonathan Fenby
- 02 May 2019 Jonathan Fenby