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Lieutenant General Patton in North Africa, 1943British General Bernard Montgomery and American Lt General George Patton shake hands at a Tunisian airstrip prior to the Sicily Invasion, mid 1943. I Armored Corps Deputy Commander Geoffrey Keyes is at left.Alexander, Patton, and Kirk at Mers el Kabir, Algeria, 23 Jun 1943George Patton at a beach in Sicily, Italy, 10 Jul 1943
Lieutenant General Patton in North Africa, 1943British General Bernard Montgomery and American Lt General George Patton shake hands at a Tunisian airstrip prior to the Sicily Invasion, mid 1943. I Armored Corps Deputy Commander Geoffrey Keyes is at left.Alexander, Patton, and Kirk at Mers el Kabir, Algeria, 23 Jun 1943George Patton at a beach in Sicily, Italy, 10 Jul 1943
George Patton in Gela, Sicily, Italy, mid-Jul 1943Bernard Montgomery and George Patton near Palermo, Sicily, Italy, 28 Jul 1943General Bernard Montgomery saying farewell to Lieutenant General George Patton at an airfield near Palermo, Sicily, Italy after MontgomeryGeorge Patton and Lieutenant Colonel Lyle Bernard, CO, 30th Infantry Regiment discussing strategy near Brolo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul-Aug 1943
George Patton in Gela, Sicily, Italy, mid-Jul 1943Bernard Montgomery and George Patton near Palermo, Sicily, Italy, 28 Jul 1943General Bernard Montgomery saying farewell to Lieutenant General George Patton at an airfield near Palermo, Sicily, Italy after Montgomery's visit, 28 Jul 1943George Patton and Lieutenant Colonel Lyle Bernard, CO, 30th Infantry Regiment discussing strategy near Brolo, Sicily, Italy, circa Jul-Aug 1943
United States Army LtGen George Patton placing a wreath at the Palermo American War Cemetery, Palermo, Sicily on 11 Nov 1943 during World War I Armistice Day ceremonies.Franklin Roosevelt with Dwight Eisenhower at Castelvetrano Airport in Sicily, Italy, after the conferences at Tehran and Cairo, 8 Dec 1943; note Patton in backgroundGenerals George Patton, Henry “Hap” Arnold, and Mark Clark at the Castelvetrano Airfield, Sicily, Italy, awaiting the arrival of President Roosevelt, 8 Dec 1943.Lieutenant General George Patton and Major General Geoffrey Keyes in Italy, mid-Jan 1944
United States Army LtGen George Patton placing a wreath at the Palermo American War Cemetery, Palermo, Sicily on 11 Nov 1943 during World War I Armistice Day ceremonies.Franklin Roosevelt with Dwight Eisenhower at Castelvetrano Airport in Sicily, Italy, after the conferences at Tehran and Cairo, 8 Dec 1943; note Patton in backgroundGenerals George Patton, Henry “Hap” Arnold, and Mark Clark at the Castelvetrano Airfield, Sicily, Italy, awaiting the arrival of President Roosevelt, 8 Dec 1943.Lieutenant General George Patton and Major General Geoffrey Keyes in Italy, mid-Jan 1944
George Patton making a speech for US troops, Armagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, spring 1944Lieutenant General Patton, Néhou, Basse-Normandie, France, 7 Jul 1944; note autograph on left breast pocket in the photographMajor General Hugh J. Gaffey and Lieutenant General Patton, Néhou, Basse-Normandie, France, 7 Jul 1944Bradley, Eisenhower, and Patton
George Patton making a speech for US troops, Armagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, spring 1944Lieutenant General Patton, Néhou, Basse-Normandie, France, 7 Jul 1944; note autograph on left breast pocket in the photographMajor General Hugh J. Gaffey and Lieutenant General Patton, Néhou, Basse-Normandie, France, 7 Jul 1944Bradley, Eisenhower, and Patton
George Patton and Otto Weyland, Nancy, France, 1944George Patton speaking with French civilians, Aug 1944Spaatz, Patton, Doolittle, Vandenberg, and Weyland in France, 1944LtGen George Patton as he prepares to offer congratulations to his Third Armored Division for sweeping across northern France and crossing the River Seine northwest of Paris, 26 Aug 1944
George Patton and Otto Weyland, Nancy, France, 1944George Patton speaking with French civilians, Aug 1944Spaatz, Patton, Doolittle, Vandenberg, and Weyland in France, 1944LtGen George Patton as he prepares to offer congratulations to his Third Armored Division for sweeping across northern France and crossing the River Seine northwest of Paris, 26 Aug 1944

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