THE PARTNERSHIP: George Marshall, Henry Stimson, and the Extraordinary Collaboration That Won World War II
In 1939, the day World War II broke out in Europe, General George Marshall was sworn in as chief of staff of the U.S. Army. Ten months later Henry Stimson was appointed secretary of war. Over the next five years, Marshall and Stimson formed the most consequential collaboration of the 20th century as they worked together to win the war.
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