Join us on Wednesday, March 7, at (approximately) 5:45 PM ET on the Military.com Facebook page. We'll be live at the Carter Presidential Library for an interview with noted British historian Giles Milton, who'll be talking about his book "Churchill's Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: The Mavericks Who Plotted Hitler's Defeat."
Even after the slaughter of the Great War, the British military brass still had notions about fair play in battle. Churchill had the good sense to realize that warfare was changing in the 20th century and he allowed a team of independent-minded inventors and operatives to take the battle to Hitler in new and devious ways.
Giles is a gifted storyteller and he's one of those rare authors who performs his own audiobooks, so this promises to be an entertaining chat.
If you're in Georgia, you can attend his lecture and book signing, which starts at 7pm at the Carter Presidential Library.