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Here is a brief profile from 1940 of the man President Roosevelt preferred over 33 other generals of higher grade: General George C. Marshall (1880 - 1959):

"His most spectacular military feat occurred during the [First] World War, when, as operations chief of the First Army, he moved 500,000 men and 2,700 pieces of artillery from one battlefield to another without a hitch and without letting the enemy get wind of what he was doing."

More magazine articles about General Marshall can be read here.

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General George C. Marshall (American Magazine, 1940)

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