Britain's poor war performance
31st March 1942: Britain's top General and principal military adviser to Churchill has a moment of doubt
The Chief of the Imperial General Staff, General Sir Alan Brooke kept a private diary1 throughout the war. He was later to describe it as an outlet for his innermost thoughts, often frustrations at being placed at the point where politics met mi…
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