"Who would not welcome an intimate book about Churchill and Eisenhower, and who is better situated to write it than Professor Humes, who knew them both, and studiously—and ardently—records their careers and their friendship."
—WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
"James C. Humes’s Eisenhower and Churchill is a wonderful dual biography laced with lively anecdotes, engaging prose, and shrewd analysis. A truly welcome addition to our growing literature on the Second World War."
—DOUGLAS BRINKLEY, professor of history and director of the Eisenhower Center, University of New Orleans
"In the twentieth century, to two men did more than Winston Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower to combat the twin evils of tyranny: facism and communism… If Churchill was the voice of freedom, Eisenhower provided the implementing hands."
—DAVID EISENHOWER, from the foreword