Rich Relations: The American Occupation of Britain 1942-1945

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Rich Relations: The American Occupation of Britain 1942-1945

Readable, scholarly, and above all, enormously entertaining, this very personal approach to history details the complex relationship between American GI's--famously lampooned as "over-paid, over-sexed, over-fed, and over here"--and their British hosts (for their part, "under-sexed, under-paid, under-fed, and under Eisenhower") during World War Two's occupation of England. "...an important and original contribution to our understanding of the Second World War."--John Keegan, Daily Telegraph. An outstanding study of a most important aspect of the war, never before examined in such depth."--Alistair Horne, The Times.

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Readable, scholarly, and above all, enormously entertaining, this very personal approach to history details the complex relationship between American GI's--famously lampooned as "over-paid, over-sexed, over-fed, and over here"--and their British hosts (for their part, "under-sexed, under-paid, under-fed, and under Eisenhower") during World War Two's occupation of England. "...an important and original contribution to our understanding of the Second World War."--John Keegan, Daily Telegraph. An outstanding study of a most important aspect of the war, never before examined in such depth."--Alistair Horne, The Times.
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