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This obituary does a nice job reporting on the action-packed life of General George S. Patton (1885 - 1945). Emphasis was placed on Patton's proudest moment: his command of the U.S. Third Army during the final months leading up to VE-Day.

"All told, Patton's Third Army had raced through six countries, crossed six major rivers into enemy territory, captured 750,000 Germans and killed and wounded another 500,000. 'Julius Caesar,' Patton said, 'wouldn't have been but a one-star general in the Third Army.'"

Click here to read about Patton's prayer for good weather during the Battle of the Bulge...

Click here to read about the Patton Tank in the Korean War...

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.

Click here to read about General Lundsford Oliver in North Africa.

Click here to read about American W.W. I general John "Black Jack" Pershing.

     


Ol' Blood 'N Guts Goes South (Newsweek, 1945)

Ol' Blood 'N Guts Goes South (Newsweek, 1945)

Ol' Blood 'N Guts Goes South (Newsweek, 1945)

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