General George S. Patton
This person was the commander of the Third Army during World War II. He was feared and respected even by his enemies. His tendency to speak his mind interfered with his career, and he lost his command at the end of the war.
This person was the supreme commander of the Allied Forces in Europe during World War II. He had many disagreements with the commander of the Third Army. His ability to compromise was his greatest strength and his greatest weakness.
Robert W. Holmlund
This person was a private and an explosives specialist who was able to use dynamite in the battle of Fort Driant. He was killed by sniper fire and honored posthumously for his bravery.
This pereson was the leader of Germany. He ordered the murder of Jews and others that he deemed undesirable. His health was failing...
This section contains 594 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)