Octavo, xviii, 618pp. Tan cloth, printed title on spine, illustrated cover. Illustrated end papers, with maps of wartime Europe. Stated first edition on copyright page. Publishers dust jacket in very good condition, $5.00 unclipped price tag on front flap, chipping to top edge, top of spine. Signed by Omar Bradley on front title page, with inscription to a Lieutenant Colonel.
Comments: An insightful autobiography from one of the great generals of World War II. It was ghost written by his aide-de-camp Chester B. Hansen, who kept detailed notes of his experiences during the war.