Own the definitive biography of General George C. Marshall! Combat historian and “Father of Oral History,” Forrest C. Pogue, conducted over 300 interviews with contemporaries of Marshall, and considered this his life’s work.
It offers an intimate portrait of the background and experiences that shaped the outlook and character of the man who, in General Omar Bradley’s words, “contributed more to our efforts from 1939 to 1951 than any other individual.”
Education of a General 1880-1939
Ordeal and Hope 1939-1942
Organizer of Victory 1943-1945