Patton, George S.
Before the colors fade a portrait of a soldier: George S. Patton, Jr., by Fred Ayer, Jr. With a foreword by Omar N. Bradley
Blood-and-Guts Patton the swashbuckling life story of America’s most daring and controversial general
Brig. Gen. O’Daniel, Major Gen. Bull, Major Gen. Omar N. Bradley, Lt. Gen. Joseph Stilwell, Gen. George C. Marshall, Lt. Gen. George S. Patton, Major Gen. Terry Allen, and Brig. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt on a beach where invasion maneuvers are being conducted. I Armored Corps
Brothers, rivals, victors : Eisenhower, Patton, Bradley, and the partnership that drove the Allied conquest in Europe
General George C. Marshall, General Mark W. Clark accompanied by Lt. General George S. Patton during a visit to I Armored Corps Headquarters
General George S. Patton explaining the removal of barbed wire on a beach as General Marshall gives his close attention. I Armored Corps
General George S. Patton watches demonstration of invasion boats coming in to the beach from the top of the hill. I Armored Corps
General George S. Patton, General George C. Marshall and General O’Daniel stand against the rail of a landing barge as another barge cuts across the bow. I Armored Corps
General George S. Patton, General George C. Marshall, Major General Omar N. Bradley and Brig. General O’Daniel witnessing a tactical problem demonstration by an infantry company. US Army I Armored Corps
General Marshall, Col. Thomas H. Nixon, an ordnance officer, General Patton, and Lt. Col. Frank McCarthy, aide to General Marshall. General Patton is explaining the use of piece of ordnance equipment. I Armored Corps
Generals Bradley, Hodges, Patton, Simpson, Brereton, Gerow, and Vandenberg presented with the Legion of Honor by Gen. Alphonse Juin, Chief of Staff, French Armed Forces. European Theater of Operations, March 9, 1945
Patton and his pistols the favorite side arms of General George S. Patton, Jr., by Milton F. Perry and Barbara W. Parke
President Roosevelt decorates Brig. Gen. William Wilbur with the Congressional Medal of Honor in presence of Gen. Marshall and Gen. Patton during Casablanca Conference
President Roosevelt eats from an Army mess kit after review of American troops during Casablanca Lt. Gen. Mark Clark, Harry Hopkins, and Maj. Gen. George Patton
Tape 13 – World War II; Eisenhower and Patton, 1944; logistics and manpower problems; Battle of the Bulge; Malta and Yalta Conferences.