Once or twice in a century there appears a leader who functions with extraordinary brilliance in more than one field of human endeavore. In the latter part of the 17th and early part of the 18th centuries, there were three such giants. Louis XIV of France, the "Grand Monarch," the "Sun King," was for more than half a century the most powerful human being on earth. To oppose him John Churchill, Duke of Marlborough. He initiated new systems of military strategy and tactics. The third was Prince Eugene of Savoy, he established a strong claim to a place among the foremost generals in history. He believed in human dignity and the rights of individuals.
Used availability for Noel B Gerson's The Mohawk Ladder
June 1951 : USA Mass Market Paperback