In the twentieth century, no American commander has proved more controversial than General of the Army Douglas MacArthur. Alternately revered and vilified, MacArthur has seldom, if ever, been understood dispassionately, though more than twenty books have been written about him. This book, the first of a two-volume biography, is a portrait in depth of this military genius, from his early days down to Pearl Harbor. It is at once a chronicle of a full life and a history of the modern American army.
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