Niall Barr is a Senior Lecturer in Defence Studies at the Defence Studies Department, King's College, London. He has previously taught at St Andrews and the Royal Military Academy. His main research focus concerns twentieth century military history. He has published numerous military histories including Amiens to the Armistice; Flodden 1513; Pendulum of War: The Three Battles of El Alamein; and The Lion and the Poppy. He lives in Oxfordshire with his family.
By Niall Barr
Read by Steven Crossley
The American-British Alliance during World War II
An authoritative, dramatic, behind-the-scenes history of the Atlantic Alliance during World War II.
"In a splendid new book, Niall Barr provides us with an engrossing account." - BBC History Magazine
Released December 29, 2015