Very Good. Volume 5 only. 414,  pages, 11 maps, cloth, very good. 2nd printing. From the Notes to the Reader: "Each documented printed actually has three sections-the heading, the document text, and the annotation needed to clarify the document. Documents are numbered consecutively, usually in the chronological order in which they were transmitted or mailed. "; 414 pages.
This is an essential series of books for the historians as it covers the war years and the decisions made and why they were made and gives an insight into the relationship between the commanding generals but we must not forget the war was also fought by people who have been sadly overlooked since, either because they died too young or because they didn't have the big egos of other commanding officers. I mean Jacob Devers whose accomplishments at the head of Sixth Army Group have never been publicized or general Patch who unfortunately died in 1945 shortly after the end of the war. So Eisenhower's papers, though essential, are only part of the bigger picture.
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