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From the Casablanca Conference in January 1943 and the Allied decision to shift to the offensive in all theaters of the Second World War to the surrender of Germany in May 1945 – the span of this third volume in the official biography of George C. Marshall – the Allies and the Axis troops fought flat out. It was during this period that the indomitable Army Chief of Staff’s shrewd skills as an administrator, concerned commander, and strategist gained him growing recognition and trust from Roosevelt and Churchill and unparalleled respect from Congress and the country.
Vol. I Education of a General 1880-1939, Vol. II Ordeal and Hope 1939-1942, Vol. III Organizer of Victory 1943-1945, Vol. IV Statesman 1945-1959