Loved it. This series has been awesome to listen to on my commute - give them a try if you like Lee Child or Tom Clancy.
This book tells the story of the relationship between FDR and Winston Churchill during WWII.
It's one of the most studied relationships in history, and many theories have been developed about what went on between these men during the lead up to 1941 and early years of the war.
The view of the relationship shown here is vastly different from the one Max Hastings presents in Winston At War, so it was interesting to follow up that book with this one. All we can do is guess, of course, at actually went on, or draw on some of the primary sources available to historians. Despite that, this is a warm & engaging history and I found this book informative and very interesting to listen to.
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