By Henry G. Gole, foreward by Major General William A. Stofft, U.S. Army (Ret.)
Referencing interviews with those who knew him best, transcipts and letters in his personal papers, and outside literary sources, Henry G. Gole describes Gen. William E. DePuy, a man often considered one the U.S. military's most influential officers of contemporary history. Gole follows DePuy from childhood to decorated officer to commander fo Training and Doctrine Command. As author of the first full-length biography of DePuy, Henry G. Gole does not disappoint in his recounting of the General, an important figure in U.S. military history who is best remembered for revolutionzing military training, doctrine, education, and combat development.
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