“The LAST DAYS Of PATTON” By Ladislas Farago. The end of World War II found General George S. Patton Jr., at the height of his glory, his tanks poised for the lightning thrust that made him a legend. A year later America’s greatest military hero was gone… his victories downplayed by the top brass, his death in a mysterious “accident” still subject of controversy today. Using information never before available, Patton’s supreme biographer, the bestselling author of the classic on which George C. Scott’s film was based, brings the whole untold story to light. A vivid portrait of an extravagant, complex, and fascinating man. 1982 Paperback edition, 301 pages, no maps, photos or diagrams, includes an index.
Good + Cond. $3.88
Other books of interest: