Monthly Archives: March 2014

General George Patton Completes His Destiny

  PUBLISHED BY AGAVE PUBLISHERS LLC   War as I Knew It, provides the intimate profile of General Patton, his own comments taken from his diaries, letters, and military reports. Most think of him as a great military genius with a … Continue reading

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Patton Claimed his Success in Battle was Divinely Willed

  Picture from Wikipedia, 2014 PUBLISHED BY AGAVE PUBLISHERS LLC With courage and faith unmeasurable, General George S. Patton asked his Chaplin to pray for good weather so that his troops could fight the enemy without slogging in the mud. … Continue reading

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The Mystique of General George S. Patton: Kill the Bastards

    March 24, 1945: I crossed the Rhine, deliberately stubbing my toe, and fell, picking up a handful of dirt, in emulation of Sciplo Africanus and William the Conqueror. I saw in my hands the soil of Germany. General … Continue reading

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General George C. Patton, Machiavellian Warrior 1

PUBLISHED BY AGAVE PUBLISHERS LLC George S. Patton was an American patriot hell-bent on breaking the backs of the German grip on Europe: which he did twice, once in World War I and again in World War II. Machiavellian in … Continue reading

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