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Killing Patton - Chapters 24 - 28 Summary & Analysis

Bill O'Reilly
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Eisenhower summoned Patton to his office in Frankfurt. Eisenhower presented Patton with the evidence that supported his dismissal. He had been running off of the mouth to the press again saying that being a member of the Nazi party was the same as being a Republican or Democrat. The two had words and things got loud; their voices echoed throughout the other offices.

The press looking for a story had learned that there was a plot to trip Patton up with loaded questions and make him make ill-advised comments. Now Eisenhower was furious and Patton had to explain himself for using former Nazis to help rebuild Bavaria which was against Eisenhower’s orders. Patton was depressed and missed the war. He fantasized about arming the Germans and attacking the Russians. Eisenhower had promised Russian general Georgy Zhukov Patton would turn over all POWs...

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