Patton: ordeal and triumph

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I. Obolensky, 1964 - Biography & Autobiography - 885 pages
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Account of General George S. Patton, jr. and his controversial army career with stress on his actions during World War II

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Review: Patton: Ordeal and Triumph

User Review  - Pjones36msn.com - Goodreads

I watched the movie "Patton" on one of those slow days. He was such a nut I had to dig a little deeper. This is a great read and his life is an interesting story from birth to death. Patton likely was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Fredrick Danysh - Goodreads

Many books have been written about General Gorge Patton. The author attempts to examine his privileged, yet pampered life, especially his career in the army. Read full review

Contents

THE ORDEAL 1 Robert Is Coming
3
Illiterate Prodigy
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Gentleman Soldier
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Copyright

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