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Closing the Ring by Winston S. Churchill (Houghton Mifflin, 1951)
In this fifth volume of Winston Churchill's six-volume "The Second World War," he describes how tensions arose between Britain and the U.S. in 1943 as the Western Allies faced difficult decisions about an invasion of German-occupied western Europe. Stalin was pressing hard for a "second front," but there were evident dangers for the forces advancing through Italy if troops had to be withdrawn too early to support a landing in France. The British prime minister takes us behind his desk as he tells the story of "Operation Overlord," relating his dealings with Roosevelt and Stalin in the year before D-Day. The book lacks some of the drama of earlier volumes in Churchill's history, but it still makes compelling reading. Of course, as he later acknowledged, Churchill was not just making history but writing it, too, to cement his own reputation for posterity.
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