"The best account of these momentous months that we shall ever see"
-Clay Blair, Washington Post Book World
"Required reading by everyone with a stake in the defense of the West" -Theodore Draper, The New York Review of Books
"This is the most complete account of Ike's command, rich with maps and notes, vigorous and balanced."
"Destined to become a standard source for the brief but eventful period it chronicals."
"Warm, richly detailed, and deeply moving...A joy to read"
-The New York Times
"Passionately portrays the inside story of a besieged presidency."
-Los Angeles Times
"A Loving Account."
-New York Daily News
"Julie Nixon Eisenhower's sympathetic account of the trials and triumphs of the family Nixon as seen through her mother's eyes...touching"
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"An indispensable collection of well-written essays which shed an important new light on the last year of World War II in Europe."
- Stephen Ambrose
"Anyone interested in World War II should read these remarkable essays written by a stellar cast of international scholars."
- Douglas Brinkley
"In her first book, [writing about Golda Meir, Prince Charles, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Mamie Doud Eisenhower, Mrs. Billy Graham,and Mao Tse-tung], Mrs Eisenhower shows she can engrave an image in two lines: 'And there was no fire in Golda Meir's eyes. I had expected fire.'"
- The Christian Science Monitor
"As her book Special People shows, Julie Nixon Eisenhower is more interested in other people than in rebutting interpretations of her father's presidency."
- The Washington Star
"Among the annual crop of presidential biography and history, it's been some time since a work as nuanced, instructive and fascinating as Going Home to Glory: A Memoir of Life with Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961-1969, has appeared. It's the culmination of a project begun some thirty years ago by author David Eisenhower, the only grandson of the legendary Commander of the Allied Forces of World War II and two-term president, known to millions around the world simply as 'Ike.'"
- Carl Sferrazza, The Huffington Post