Patton's Battles Anniversary Special Issue*
Patton in Mexico
When young Army lieutenant George Patton traded bullets with rebel Mexicans in the spring of 1916, it was the beginning of a legendary career.
Bloods, Guts, Grease & Glory
Fiery young officer George S. Patton rode into action in World War I at the head of the U.S. Army’s brand-new Tank Corps. It was the beginning of a storied career.
Commanding Patton’s Personal Tanks
From North Africa to Sicily, Lieutenant Jim Craig led General George S. Patton, Jr.’s Provisional Tank Company.
The Race To Messina
The rivalry between British General Bernard Montgomery and American General George Patton became heated during Operation Husky, the campaign to liberate Sicily.
Bogged Down in Lorraine
Patton’s Third Army found itself mired in a morass as it struggled against fuel shortages, flooded rivers, and fresh German panzer units in September 1944.
Patton’s Lost Battle
The firebrand American general suffered his only military defeat during the fighting at Fort Driant in the fall of 1944.
Bloody Battle at Fortress Metz
In October 1944, Third Army’s eastward dash ran into well-entrenched Germans and miserable weather at Europe’s strongest fortress.
Lovely Weather for Killing Germans
General George S. Patton, Jr.’s, Third Army accomplished a fantastic feat of arms with the relief of Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge.
Patton’s End Run
The final days of the war in Europe showed both the brilliance and the vain glory of the American general.
The Final Days of Gen. George S. Patton, Jr.
Following his successful campaign in Western Europe, the flamboyant commander had difficulty adjusting to peacetime and was fatally injured in an automobile accident.
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