Forrest C. Pogue

Forrest Carlisle Pogue Jr. was an official United States Army historian during World War II. He was a proponent of oral history techniques and collected many oral histories from the war under the direction of chief Army historian S. L. A. Marshall. He also served for many years as the Executive Director of the George C. Marshall Foundation as well as Director of the Marshall Library located on the campus of Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia.

Books in order of publication:

George C. Marshall: Education of a General: 1880-1939 – 1963

George C. Marshall: Ordeal and Hope: 1939-1942 – 1966

George C. Marshall: Organizer of Victory: 1943-1945 – 1973

George C. Marshall: Statesman: 1945-1959 – 1987

Nineteen Stars: A Study in Military Character and Leadership – 1987

Geo C. Marshall Interviews – 1992

Pogue’s War: Diaries of a WWII Combat Historian – 2006

The Supreme Command – 2012

Eisenhower and the Supreme Command (US Army Green Book) – 2013

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