Strategy and Compromise by Samuel Eliot Morison (10/14)

It is only 120 pages long but it is the most effective overview of World War II tactics one might ever read. It is a brief summary of the high level decisions made by America and Great Britain during the war. I would recommend it as a brief companion piece of reading before taking the deep dive into any of the many heavier World War II histories.

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