“Divided on D-Day: How Leadership Failures Threatened the Normandy Invasion,” with Edward E. Gordon

Join co-author of “Divided at D-Day” Edward Gordon for a detailed look at the ways in which national rivalries and personality conflicts among Allied commanders adversely affected the 1944 D-Day invasion and its aftermath during World War II.


Edward E. Gordon, Ph.D., is a professional historian, researcher, writer, and speaker. For a twenty-year period he taught history courses at DePaul University Chicago and also business subjects at Loyola University Chicago and Northwestern. He is the author or co-author of 19 books and has written over 300 articles in journals and trade publications.


Register for the “Divided on D-Day” Book Talk

June 20, 2024 @ 19:00
7:00 pm — 8:00 pm (1h)

Virtual (Zoom)