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PM columnist Tom O'Reilly dispatched his impressions of General George Patton:

"The Patton psychological build-up is pretty fierce. Wearing riding breeches like most small men [Patton was 6'2!], he struts, his back is straight as a ram-rod and that four-starred helmet brilliantly shellacked. However, with that makeup removed, you'd probably find him merely a cantankerous and unpredictable old man who knows his business. All the barbers in Seville and the masseurs in Sweden couldn't hide the fact that Patton is in his 60s. His voice is high-pitched and girlish..."

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One Journalist's Encounter with General Patton (PM Tabloid, 1945)

One Journalist's Encounter with General Patton (PM Tabloid, 1945)

One Journalist's Encounter with General Patton (PM Tabloid, 1945)

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