Wednesday, June 1, 2016

The Murder of General Patton

General Patton was one of the greatest American Patriots that ever lived. For an interesting read on his possible murder click HERE


Anonymous said...

Just finished KILLING PATTON by Bill O'Reilly.
A real page turner.
I believe he was murdered.
Get the book!

JonniBgood said...

Summary: it was ze Jooooooooos!!!! Filthy ant-semitic piece.

Jeffery in Alabama said...

Patton could have been murdered. The motive was there. I tend to believe he was. The author wrote Patton was happily married. I believe he loved his wife very much. There is much circumstantial evidence to suggest that he had a protracted affair with his niece by marriage, Jean Gordon. The 1970 movie is crap, but there are a lot of accurate references available. One of the best I have seen is "Patton: A Genius for War". Thanks for posting.

Rob said...

I appreciate all the people who have served and died for this country, my family has a long line, but you all need to do a little digging on your 'heros' before genuflecting in their honor. Look up Patton's role in aggression against WWI Veterans on American soil outside of D.C. regarding the Bonus Army.

That should be enough said for those who wish to learn more.

Jeffery in Alabama said...

Of course one could bump it up a notch and ask the question, "was the bonus to be paid to the "bonus army" actually constitutional? Was the role of the United States Army in the AEF constitutional? did the U.S. government have the right to promise a bonus in the fist place? I do not think what Patton or MacArthur did at shanty town in Washington D.C. was the proper way to treat WWI vets. However, I will say a person who was larger than life in many, many ways such as George S. Patton and served 36 years in the U.S. Army is bound to have made a few mistakes during his career.