Episode 470-Interview: Michel Paradis, The Light of Battle: Eisenhower, D-Day, and the Birth of the American Superpower

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Posted On May 31, 2024

Michel Paradis returns to the show to discuss his latest book, The Light of Battle: Eisenhower, D-Day, and the Birth of the American Superpower. A new biography of Ike, the book focuses on the 6 months leading up to D-Day and all the fighting behind the scenes to pull off this once in a life time amphibious landing.

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