The Men behind Monty, Richard Mead.
Looks at the men who made Monty's distinctive command style possible,
including his invaluable Chief of Staff Freddie de Guingand, the liaison
officers who kept him in touch with the units under his command and the
less famous staff officers who ran his three separate headquarters.
Also examines the successes and failures of Monty's system, which had
its critics then and now.
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