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A few years after the W.W. I Armistice was signed, war correspondent Frederick Palmer (1873 - 1958) typed up some sweet words of praise for the American Commanding General in that conflict: John Pershing...

"When the people at home were thinking in terms of thousands, Pershing planned for an army of a million men overseas...He was organizer and molder of the A.E.F.. The stamp of his character was upon it in so far as any one man can put his stamp upon a vast, modern army."

During that brief period of the war in which Pershing's Doughboys were at bat against the Germans, Palmer worked under the general as the press liaison officer and censor for the entire A.E.F. (a job he hated). His bitter recollections of W.W. I were recorded in his 1921 memoir; click here to read the review.

Click here to read an article from 1927 by General Pershing regarding the American cemeteries in Europe.

Click here to read about General George Patton.

Click here to read about General J. Lawton Collins.

Click here to read about U.S. general James Gavin.

Click here to read about General Omar Bradley.

Click here to read about General Joe Stilwell.

Click here to read about General Hap Arnold.

Click here to read about General Eisenhower.

Click here to read about General George C. Marshall.

Click here to read about Admiral Chester Nimitz.

     



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A Tribute to General Pershing (American Legion Weekly, 1924)

A Tribute to General Pershing (American Legion Weekly, 1924)

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