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Colonel Charles B. was General George S. Patton's personal physician during World War II. From North Africa to Sicily and Europe. Charles M. Province is an authority on the life and career of General George S. Patton, J. Third Army, World War II, and military leadership.
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I Was Patton's Doctor : Reminiscences of Charles B. Odom, M. D. ; General Patton?s Personal Physician and Surgical Consultant to Third Army. by Charles M. Province. From North Africa to Sicily and Europe, Colonel Odom became a close personal friend of General Patton. He was involved in all of the day-to-day operations of the highest levels of General Patton's commands throughout the war.
In early August 1943, Lieutenant General George S. Patton slapped two United States Army soldiers under his command during the Sicily Campaign of World War II. Patton's hard-driving personality and lack of belief in the medical condition combat. Patton's hard-driving personality and lack of belief in the medical condition combat stress reaction, then known as "battle fatigue" or "shell shock", led to the soldiers' becoming the subject of his ire in incidents on 3 and 10 August, when Patton struck and berated them after discovering they were patients at evacuation hospitals away from.
Redirected from General Patton). General George Smith Patton, Jr. (11 November 1885 – 21 December 1945) was a senior officer of the United States Army, who commanded the . Third Army in France and Germany following the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944. He was known in his time as "America's Fightingest General".
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AbeBooks This book contains a wealth of knowledge concerning portions of Patton's life that have not been explained in previous biographies.
This book contains a wealth of knowledge concerning portions of Patton's life that have not been explained in previous biographies. Learn the truth about the "slapping incidents," read about Patton's personal philosophy of life, war, and citizenship, and find out why the General was planning on resigning from the . Army instead of simply retiring. About the Author: Charles M. Province is the president and founder of the George S. Patton, Jr.