Patton And Rommel

Patton And Rommel

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General George S. Patton. His tongue was as sharp as the cavalry saber he once wielded, and his fury as explosive as the shells hea€™d ordered launched from his tank divisions. Despite his profane, posturing manner, and the sheer enthusiasm for conflict that made both his peers and the public uncomfortable, Pattona€™s very presence commanded respect. Had his superiors given him free rein, the U.S. Army could have claimed victory in Berlin as early as November of 1944. General Erwin Rommel. His battlefield manner was authoritative, his courage proven in the trenches of World War I when he was awarded the Blue Max. He was a front line soldier who led by example from the turrets of his Panzers. Appointed to command Adolf Hitlera€™s personal security detail, Rommel had nothing for contempt for the atrocities perpetrated by the Reich. His role in the FA¼hrera€™s assassination attempt led to his downfall. Except for a brief confrontation in North Africa, these two legendary titans never met in combat. Patton and Rommel is the first single-volume study to deal with the parallel lives of two generals who earned not only the loyalty and admiration of their own men, but the respect of their enemies, and the enmity of the leaders they swore to obey. From the origins of their military prowess, forged on the battlefields of World War I, to their rise through the ranks, to their inevitable clashes with political authority, military historian Dennis Showalter presents a riveting portrait of two men whose battle strategies changed the face of warfare and continue to be studied in military academies around the globe.For George Patton, the outbreak of the Great War occasioned one of the more melodramatic gestures of a career studded with them. ... His enthusiasm, however, was noted to his credit by his superiors. By the time he ... He was reassigned to the 8th Cavalry, rotating home from the Philippines to service at Fort Bliss, Texas.


Title:Patton And Rommel
Author: Dennis Showalter
Publisher:Penguin - 2006-01-03
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