Michael Korda “Ike: An American Hero”

September 22nd, 2007

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They once dubbed him “The People’s General,” so popular was Dwight David Eisenhower. In these difficult times, with America mired in an unpopular war, recalling a singular figure like Ike is somehow reassuring, and his latest biographer, Michael Korda, doesn’t disappoint.

His book “Ike: An American Hero” centers on Eisenhower’s World War II tenure as commander of Allied armies in Europe.

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W.E.B. Griffin “The Double Agents”

June 30th, 2007

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As Allied forces prepared for the decisive D-Day invasion, one of the most critical tasks was to mislead Adolf Hitler and the Axis powers about where the invasion was going to happen. The nascent Office of Strategic Services employed a portfolio of deceptive tactics, including the dangerous use of double agents.

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Now veteran novelist W.E.B. Griffin, along with his son, Bill Butterworth IV, bring the suspense of that time to life in the latest installment in the “Men at War” series, “The Double Agents.”

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