IMDb: George C. Scott
George C. Scott's filmography at IMDb.

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    La strategia di Pallade - Patton, il generale d'acciaio
    La vita e le gesta del più famoso e controverso generale americano. Dall'infanzia
    alla carriera militare...

  • La strategia di Pallade: Patton, il generale d'acciaio di Isabella Orsini (2003) Vedi Premessa Pallade non è dea (o asteroide) specificamente della guerra ma ha a che fare con ogni tipo di strategia, ed è quindi chiaro che - quando si trova in posizione significativa nel tema di un soggetto che per altri versi riveli inclinazione alla vita militare - si esprime affinando le doti strategiche tanto più incisivamente quanto più incisivi sono i suoi rapporti con il contesto

  • (Vedi ) Nel caso di George Smith Patton, uno dei più famosi comandanti dell'esercito statunitense durante le due guerre mondiali, noto universalmente con il soprannome di generale d'acciaio , le capacità strategiche sono il dono che di un soldato collerico, arrogante, egocentrico, intempestivo e non di rado volgare fa un protagonista di primissimo piano agli occhi della Storia

  • Fonti della data di nascita di Patton: · : 11 novembre 1885, ore 06:38 pm PST; San Marino, CA (dalla Bibbia di famiglia) · : 11 novembre 1885, ore 06:38 pm PST; San Marino, CA (da Lois Rodden, American Book of Charts , 1980

  • Farago ' Patton, Ordeal and Triumph ' e Parato ' General George Patton ') NB: il luogo di nascita esatto è Ranch Wilson-Patton tra San Gabriel (34°N05'46''-118°W06'18'') e San Marino (34°N07'17''-118°W06'20'') La fonte di altre date ad uso astrologico è indicata di volta in volta

    Patton, Gen. George S. by Bob Tuley
    Provides a biography of General George S Patton Jr.

  • Choose From Our Pull-Down Menu For More!! Promoting Safety and Fun In Shooting Sports Choose Your Destination From The Menu General George Patton "Grab 'em by the nose and kick 'em in the ass!" NEW! NEW! General George S

  • Patton Jr

  • Patton Fort Knox Kentucky - The General George Patton Museum fresh link..

  • Eisenhower finally turned Patton loose on the Germans

  • In less than two weeks, Patton's army attacked the Germans harder than they had ever been hit

  • Patton loved to attack

  • By the time the shooting stopped in Europe, Patton's army had inflicted more than 1, 500, 000 casualties against the German enemy

  • The only time Patton ever slowed down was when his 3rd army liberated the Nazi Concentration camp at Buchenwald

  • Other generals adopted Patton's policy upon liberating other concentration camps

  • General Patton's Trademark Ivory Grips On His Smith & Wesson .357 and Colt .45 Model 1873 Pistols

  • These Pistols Are On Display At The General Patton Museum AT Fort Knox Kentucky

  • Patton Speaks To The Troops - England, May 31, 1944 " N ow I want you to remember that no bastard ever won a war by dying for his country

    In Other Worlds
    Science Fiction, Fantasy and Mystery reviews, with synopses, indices, ratings
    and search tools. Updated weekly.


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    TV Guide Online: Patton
    Positive review of the film. Includes cast and crew credits.

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  • Schaffner, 1970 Our rating: What PATHS OF GLORY attempted to show about the relationships between officers and men of the first World War, PATTON in part attempts to do for the second

  • Patton, of course, is best remembered as the general who slapped a soldier

  • Patton's eccentricity may very well have been an important ingredient of victory

  • PATTON is a war movie of unusual depth and a landmark in screen biographies

  • Beginning with a classic six-minute speech by Patton about the fighting spirit of Americans, the film traces the legendary WWII exploits of 'Old Blood and Guts' from his defeat of Rommel's Afrika Korps at El Guettar to the invasion of Sicily, during which he disobeys orders and beats rival Field Marshal Montgomery (Michael Bates) to Messina

  • Then, after sitting out D-Day as a decoy, Patton is given command of the 3rd Army, winning one mighty battle after another with his armored troops and eventually speeding to the rescue of the encircled 101st Airborne Division at Bastogne, ending Hitler's last great counteroffensive in the Battle of the Bulge

  • Following the war, Patton is sent into involuntary retirement after his highly vocal criticism of the Soviet Union, and the film ends with his farewell to his faithful staff

    Famous People with Disabilities
    Common conditions are listed with the names of well known people and historical
    figures who had these illnesses.

  • George Smith Patton, Jr

  • Subject of film, "Patton"

    General George S. Patton Jr.
    A biography, photographs and quotations from the legendary general.

  • Convoy of WWII vehicles retraces steps of Allies who liberated France and concludes at Patton’s grave A convoy of World War II military vehicles has set off from Utah Beach in France to retrace the steps of the Allied forces that liberated France from the Nazis 62 years ago

  • Patton’s tomb at the American military cemetery located in Hamm, Luxemburg

  • Patton Jr

    Conservative Catholic
    Eric Brauer's personal page. He is a proponent of conservative Catholicism and
    conservative politics.

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    Super Sixth - The story of Patton's 6th Armored Division in WW II
    History of one of Patton's spearheading units of the US Third Army, and includes
    unit histories,...

    Southeastern Writers Association Contests
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    Southeastern Writers...

  • Winners from 31st Annual Conference 2006: The Southeastern Writers 2006 Best Fiction Award : Chuck Carter Southeastern Writers Award for Novel Writing: 1ST PLACE: Chuck Carter 2nd PLACE: June Hall McCash 3rd PLACE: George Youngblood HONORABLE MENTION: Randall Arnold The Sue Ellen Hudson Award for Inspirational Writing: 1ST PLACE: George Youngblood 2nd PLACE: Melanie Patton 3rd PLACE: Cora R

  • Blinsman The LeRoy Spruill Award for Short Fiction: 1ST PLACE: Jimmy Carl Harris 2ND PLACE: Deborah Cidboy 3RD PLACE: Joseph Barry HONORABLE MENTION: Louis Gruber The Daphne Chambless Cantrell Award for Juvenile Writing 1ST PLACE: Margaret Knight AND Grace Looper 2ND PLACE: June Hall McCash 3RD PLACE: Melanie Patton The Smith Moseley Award for Poetry : 1ST PLACE: Janet Paszkowski 2ND PLACE: June Hall McCash 3RD PLACE: Martha Robinson HONORABLE MENTION: Mary Stripling The Josephine Mellichamp Award for Nonfiction: 1ST PLACE: Joseph Barry 2ND PLACE: William Westhead 3RD PLACE: Martha Robinson ThomasMax "You Are Published" Award: WINNER: Randall Arnold Hudson Award for Science Fiction and Fantasy: 1ST PLACE: Deborah Cidboy HONORABLE MENTION: George Youngblood ML Brown Award for Young Adult Literature: 1ST PLACE: George Youngblood 2nd PLACE: Grace Looper 3rd PLACE: Melanie Patton The Morton J

    3rd Kentucky Cavalry
    Muster Roster and Regimental History of the 3rd Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry Regiment.

  • Nelson, James Patton, William H

    George S. Patton Historical Society Library: Memoirs of Colonel ...
    Online text of the memoirs of the Confederacy's Gray Ghost, published in 1917.

  • Patton, who said that Mosby had been fined ten dollars for assaulting the town sergeant

  • The young Mosby had been known as one not given to lawless hilarity, but as a "fighter." "And the Colonel himself admits, " continues Patton, "that he got the worst of these boyish engagements, except once, when the fight was on between him and Charles Price, of Meachem's, --and in that case they were separated before victory could perch


    The New York Review of Books: Larry McMurtry
    Bibliography of books and articles by the author.

  • Sayers Will Rogers by Ben Yagoda May 25, 2000 : Something in the Soil by Patricia Nelson Limerick Texas History Movies text by John Rosenfield Jr., illustrations by Jack Patton February 10, 2000 : On the Rez by Ian Frazier January 20, 2000 : Passage to Juneau: A Sea and Its Meanings by Jonathan Raban November 4, 1999 : August 12, 1999 : June 24, 1999 : April 22, 1999 : The Earth Shall Weep: A History of Native America by James Wilson October 22, 1998 : The New Encyclopedia of the American West by Howard R

    General Patton
    A Biographical article, supplemented by images of the general.

    Celebrity Sightings Around Arizona
    Celebrities who spent time in Arizona, either through birth, school, visiting,
    or living in the State.

    Captain George Barber of Georgia
    Provides biographical and historical information, as well as quotes from

  • Elizabeth, widow of the elder George Barber, married a man by the name of Patton in May of 1751 on Craig's Creek

  • Robert Watkins (Father of Margaret), the elder George Barber, and Matthew Patton all lived near each other on Craig's Creek in 1745

  • Matthew Patton was the step-father of Capt

  • Matthew Patton died in Wilkes County, Georgia in 1806, and two of the executors of his will were Capt

  • Matthew Patton had been a witness to the will of Christopher's father, Robert Orr, in Johnston County, North Carolina in 1779

  • The land in Wilkes County was bounded on the northeast by a land grant to Matthew Patton

    The Political Graveyard: Harrison County, Miss.
    Database of political history and cemeteries, with brief biographical entries
    for political figures...

  • Census Tiger Map Server : Regional map Neighborhood map Politicians buried here: Byron Patton Harrison (1881-1941) — also known as Pat Harrison — of Gulfport, Harrison County, Miss

    The World We Live In, and Life In General
    Collection of quotes organized by topic. Includes a large collection of historical

    Heinlein Future History
    Timeline of the future culled from science fiction writer Robert Heinlein's works.


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