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Publisher Description

Originally published in 1948, this book offers a rare insight into the workings of FDR’s wartime diplomacy. It is a classic account of FDR’s foreign policy during World War II and examines how Harry Hopkins, his friend and confidant, became the president’s “point man” with Stalin, Churchill, de Gaulle, and other allied leaders.

The inside history of America’s inevitable wartime rise as a great power, written in a wonderfully readable prose by White House speechwriter and prize-winning playwright Robert Sherwood, this biography won the 1949 Pulitzer Prize and a 1949 Bancroft Prize.

Richly illustrated throughout.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2017
June 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
1,066
Pages
PUBLISHER
Arcole Publishing
SELLER
INscribe Digital
SIZE
41.4
MB