Beaufort Books, 1984. — 315 p. Field Marshal Lord Carver was the Chief of the Defence Staff, the professional head of the British Armed Forces. He served in World War II and organized the administration of British forces deployed in response to the Mau Mau Uprising in Kenya and later advised the British Government on the response to the early stages of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. This book covers Cromwell, Marlborough, Wellington, Wolseley and Roberts, Haig, Montgomery, and Templer. All in a kind of simplified, sympathetic, straightforward, diplomatic manner. This is a good attempt at covering 350 years in the history of a great power, including several world wars, all in barely 300 pages.
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