An interview with Michael E. Haskew, author of West Point 1915: Eisenhower, Bradley, and the Class the Stars Fell On.
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Although Dwight Eisenhower and Omar Bradley, both five-star generals, are the most recognizable in the class of West Point 1915, other class members contributed significantly to the Allied victory in World War I, World War II and played key roles either in the post-war U.S. military establishment or in business and industry after World War II, especially in the Korean War and the formation of NATO. For more than half a century, these men exerted tremendous influence on the shaping of modern America, which remains substantial to this day. Individually, the stories of these military and political leaders are noteworthy. Collectively, they are astonishing. West Point, 1915 explores the achievements of this remarkable group.
ABOUT AUTHOR MICHAEL HASKEW
Michael E. Haskew has been writing and researching military history subjects for over twenty years. He is the editor of WWII History Magazine and The World War II Desk Reference with the Eisenhower Center for American Studies (HarperCollins). He is the author of over ten titles focused on a wide range of military history. His most recent book, West Point 1915: Eisenhower, Bradley, and the Class the Stars Fell On, was released by Zenith Press in 2014. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from the University of Tennessee and resides in Chattanooga, Tennessee.