General George S. Patton, commander of the U. Army, dies from injuries suffered not in battle but in a freak car accident. He was 60 years old.

General Patton--A man that my late grandfather, George Wallace Shook, held in highest regard & served under in the army, division, in Germany & France until the war was won.(Pass it on) God bless. LOVE THAT PATTON QUOTE

"Document everything, leave nothing to chance... because one day, some cockroach will crawl up out of the latrine and deny all this ever happened, God Damn Them." - Gen. George Patton, spoken during visit to Buchenwald.

"Document everything, leave nothing to chance. because one day, some cockroach will crawl up out of the latrine and deny all this ever happened, God damn them. George Patton, spoken during visit to Buchenwald

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You gotta be shitting me. Trump the draft dodger is now the reincarnation of General George Patton. Trump supporters are insane.

Omar Bradley George Patton and Manton Eddy being shown a map by one of Pattons Armored Battalion Commanders during a tour near Metz France 13 November 1944.

Omar Bradley George Patton and Manton Eddy being shown a map by one of Pattons Armored Battalion Commanders during a tour near Metz France 13 November 1944.

World War II in Pictures: George Patton, American Gladiator

World War II in Pictures: George Patton, American Gladiator

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"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country.

George Kennedy served under Gen. George Patton as an officer. He portrayed Patton in the 78 movie Brass Target.

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor george patton ruth wilson

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor george patton ruth wilson

General George S. Patton was one of the most flamboyant, brilliant, and troublesome commanders of WWII. He argued with colleagues, offended allies, and ass

General George S. Patton was one of the most flamboyant, brilliant, and troublesome commanders of WWII. He argued with colleagues, offended allies, and ass

General George S. Patton was one of the most flamboyant, brilliant, and troublesome commanders of WWII. He argued with colleagues, offended allies, and ass

General George S. Patton was one of the most flamboyant, brilliant, and troublesome commanders of WWII. He argued with colleagues, offended allies, and ass

General George Patton : Old Blood and Guts (Reprint) (Paperback) (Alden Hatch)

General George Patton : Old Blood and Guts (Reprint) (Paperback) (Alden Hatch)

Patton's First Victory : How General George Patton Turned the Tide in North Africa and Defeated the

Patton's First Victory : How General George Patton Turned the Tide in North Africa and Defeated the

Historical Figures of World War II: George Patton: General George Patton in Sicily, 1943

Old Blood & Guts: General George S. Patton

Historical Figures of World War II: George Patton: General George Patton in Sicily, 1943

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