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A little stodgy in its language and style, having been written in the 1930s, but he has a dry sense of humour which appears from time to time. Interesting to read a history first published so soon after the end of the war, and updated a bit later. What I've read so far tends to concentrate on grand strategy, with a good introduction to the pre-war political, military and strategic situation. Battles are described in broad strokes rather than the more detailed human interest seen in more recent books, although he is aware of the human tragedy, courage, strengths and weaknesses.