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Millions of men died during the Second World War and each of those men civilians or soldiers affected the war But only a handful of those men greatly affected the war in such a way that they with their leadership and decisions determined the outcome of the war These men were the leaders in the armys involved in World War II One of those leaders influenced the war with a deeply religious and very profane way with a mixture of what some say was like fire and ice Earning the nickname Old Blood and Guts General George S Patton Jr used tactics unlike any other of his time He was an educated man who went to Virginia Military Institute and then to West Point which he graduated from He not only knew his history but also could retell battles that very few knew General Patton influenced the war in such a way that he helped win the warGeneral Patton was widely known for his war tactics and was called a Legend in his own time People ether hated his guts or loved him because he knew how to win battles in his own unique way He led his men through terrain unknown to him and in some cases weather conditions that were extremely hazards During battles like the Battle of the Bulge he led his men throw snow without the right camouflage for his men or his tanks He studied all the Great War leaders throughout time and used many of their strategies during battle He was well known for knowing his history and respected for his knowledge Patton loved his job He took risks which could have cost the lives of all his men but with luck and great strategy he lost less men than planned His casualties were lower than anyone could have expected even out of him He loved his job so much he fought unlike any other General in the American
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