Patton: ordeal and triumph

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I. Obolensky, 1964 - History - 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  - 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

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

ROBERT IS COMING
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ILLITERATE PRODIGY
45
GENTLEMAN SOLDIER
59
Copyright

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