Lieutenant General George Patton, commander of the United States...
Lieutenant General George Patton, commander of the United States Third Army, Lieutenant General Omar Bradley, commander of the United States Army Ground Forces in France, and Field Marshal Bernard...
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WWII Day-By-Day: June 9
General George S Patton is honored with a parade through Los Angeles and a reception at the Memorial Coliseum before a crowd of over 100,000. He speaks in front of the Burbank City Hall and at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, wearing a chest full of medals and two ivory-handled revolvers (not pearl, as is often incorrectly asserted). He punctuates his speech with some of the same profanity that he has used with his troops. June 9, 1945
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General Patton and His Dog Willie
General Patton was a bad-ass, so naturally, he had a bad-ass dog. He was a Bull Terrier, he was named after William the Conqueror, and he followed Patton everywhere. Patton and his dog had a special bond and Willie was loyal to the end. Enjoy the pictures and read more about Willie -- HERE. Willie and the troops Patton, his Generals, and Willie Notice the spot on his nose George C. Scott and a fake Willie Willie going for a ride with the General Willie after General Patton's death
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