Killing Patton Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Bill O'Reilly
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Prologue-Chapter 4

• The following version of this book was used to create this Lesson Plan: O'Reilly, Bill and Dugard, Martin, Killing Patton, Henry Holt and Company, 2014, First Edition.

• In the Prologue General George S. Patton Jr. was dying.

• He had been in a car accident where a GMC army truck veered into his touring car.

• Patton was severely injured and partially paralyzed.

• He had many enemies, and guards were posted to protect him.

• His wife, Beatrice, had flown from Boston to be with him.

• Patton “died at 17:45, 21 December 1945” (4)

• There was no autopsy, and he was buried at the American Cemetery in Hamm, Luxembourg at his wife’s request.

• Some do not believe that Patton’s death was accidental.

• He had already survived several incidents.

• The man who was driving the truck that hit Patton disappeared after the incident along with his passengers.

• In addition, the official accident report and...

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