Military Book Reviews

Gavin at War: The World War II Diary of Lieutenant General James M. Gavin

Much of the history of World War II has already been written and analyzed, but researchers and historians continue to find new angles for readers. Previously classified documents continue to surface, providing new insights into the events that shaped the Greatest Generation. One such document is the recently published diary of Lieutenant General James M. “Jumpin Jim” Gavin. Gavin wrote his diary without thought of being published, which some enthusiasts will find interesting since Gavin wrote five books between 1947 and 1976.

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