The class the stars fell on is an expression used to describe the class of 1915 at the united states military academy in west point new york in the united states army the insignia reserved for generals is one or more stars. Probably half the book cover eisenhower and bradley a quarter mcnarney and van fleet and the rest all the others in the class the book only gives 2 or 3 paragraphs to other members of the class and could have been a 5 star book had it dedicated more to some of these great generals and men of the 1915 west point class. The cadets of the united states military academy west point are intimately twined with the countrys history the graduating class of 1915 the class the stars fell on was particularly. The class of 1915 was comprised some of the most famous names in the history of the us army including dwight eisenhower and omar bradley there were 164 graduates that year and over one third 59 total went on to become generals spawning the nickname the class the stars fell on. The class of 1915 had the highest percentage of us military academy graduates reaching general officer ever 59 of 164 the author details his case why this class is the best in military history based upon the magnificence of their deeds haskew focuses much of his attention on the brightest stars such as dwight eisenhower and omar bradley but he also candidly includes the accounts of
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