Leather-bound gift book "Leadership in times of war. Key Lessons from the Makers of History” Andrew Roberts
In the book "Leadership in times of war. Key Lessons from the Makers of History" by Andrew Roberts Leadership in War British historian talks about how war creates and refines the best and worst qualities of leaders. The author focused on great leaders of the XVIII-XX centuries: Napoleon Bonaparte, Horatio Nelson, Winston Churchill, Charlie de Gaulle, George Marshall, Dwight Eisenhower, Margaret Thatcher. The author singled out those qualities of their character that allow them to be called leaders, because they have enough common features to learn the main lessons that could be applied in peacetime. At the same time, the author analyzes how such bloodthirsty tyrant leaders as Hitler and Stalin differ from them, how they managed to lead the people of their countries behind them thanks to trickery, deception and maniacal ideas.
The cover of the book is made of genuine Italian handmade leather, artistic design in the form of a metal plate with an image applied to it by the method of thermal transfer transfer, metal corners and a decoratively painted edge.
Size - 16/23 cm,
The number of pages is 216,
The book comes with a velvet cover.