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"Two Roads to War is immensely readable, but it is also incredibly dense with fact. Robin Higham's firsthand knowledge of the history of the period helps make this book an enduring masterpiece. Buy it; read it!
-- Defense & Foreign Affairs Special Analysis
Unflinching Zeal is very much recommended [book for those] who seek in-depth history surrounding early World War II."
-- The Midwest Book Review, November 2012
"Two Roads to War is simply magnificent--just riveting, and I really have enjoyed it. It is a singular contribution to the literature of interwar military aviation, and a work that establishes a new standard for historians studying that period."
-- Richard P. Hallion, Aerospace Historian
Higham, a doyen of air power history (100 Years of Air Power and Aviation), makes another significant contribution with this comparative analysis of French and British policies and developments between the world wars."
-- Publishers Weekly
"Robin Higham's comparative study of British and French aviation during the interwar period offers a comprehensive and thoughtful portrait of the efforts of two countries to meet the political, military, and industrial challenges posed by a young and rapidly developing technology. Filled with fascinating details, Two Roads to War does not shrink from drawing larger and provocative conclusions about the effectiveness of Britain and France. It is an impressive achievement."
--Talbot Imlay, Université Laval (Québec, Canada), author of Facing the Second World War: Strategy, Politics, and Economics in Britain and France, 1938-1940
Robin Higham was born in the UK and educated there and in the US. He served in the RAF as a pilot. He is the author of numerous books and articles in the field of aviation history. He was a professor of military history at Kansas State University for 50 years. He lives in Manhattan, KS.