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During World War II, General Patton’s success in North Africa and Sicily would lead to him taking command of the Third U.S. Army, which he then led across the Continent.  General Patton and his troops would be the victors of the Battle of the Bulge.  General Patton was a remarkable leader and led by walking-the-walk not just talking-the-talk.  So much so that he was always at the front in the middle of battles.  Patton was able to move his troops as far and as fast as his superiors would allow, by putting himself on the front lines with his men, more often than not staring death in the face. (Wadsworth)

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