Killing Patton: The Strange Death of World War II’s Most Audacious General (by Bill O’Reilly) . . . how much of his personality affects his accomplishments and his failures

I love the “killing” series by Bill O’Reilly. I learn so much about the main character as well as the time period in which the book is based. This book was a bonus because you learned a lot about Roosevelt and Churchill.

I actually had an uncle who served under Patton during WWII, so I already knew a lot about him and his over the top personality. But it was interesting to read about some of the more personal aspects of his life.

Once again, Bill O’Reilly has delivered an interesting book that teaches while it keeps your attention. I’m looking forward to “reading” another book in this series.

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