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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User Review  - Jim Gallen - Goodreads

"Patton: Ordeal and Triumph" is a full life biography of one of the most colorful and successful officers ever to wear the uniform of the United States. It claims to be the book on which the movie was ... Read full review

Review: Patton: Ordeal and Triumph

User Review  - David Kline - Goodreads

Read a long time ago and "fell in love" with George Smith Patton, Jr. A true warrior who in fact would not have fit very well into the post WWII world, as the politicians reconstructed it. 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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