The third volume of this American combat history of World War II highlights the exploits of General MacArthur in the Phillipines and General Patton in Germany and covers from the Battle of the Bulge to Hiroshima and the end of the war.

Written by award-winning journalist, acclaimed historian, and World War II veteran Gerald Astor, THE GREATEST WAR is an American
combat history of World War II told largely in the words of the soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines who fought-and ultimately emerged victorious from-this battle. In this third volume, Astor highlights the exploits of General MacArthur in the Phillipines and General Patton in Germany and takes the reader from the Battle of the Bulge to the bombing of Hiroshima, and up through the end of the war.

It is a gripping narrative of unparalleled courage, honor, and glory that is sure to become a military classic.

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