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General George S Patton GENERAL GEORGE S PATTON JR Living in a country that is obsessed with war and violence it is obvious why Americans look for heroes All actors from John Wayne to Arnold Schwarzenegger have captured the love of this country for their portrayal of heroics and bravery in movies However before there were Wayne and Schwarzenegger there was Patton a real life American hero Without George S Patton Jr it is questionable weather we would have our freedom today General George S Patton showed all the characteristics of a great military leader George S Patton was born in San Gabriel California on November 11 1885 Ayer 3 and Blumenson 5 George Patton was a hard-nosed man who offended many but won the hearts of the American people From an early age Patton knew he wanted to be in the military When Pattons father had his friends from the army come over Patton would beg them to tell him war stories Patton especially looked up to John Singleton Ranger Mosby George 1 Mr Singleton would tell stories of his fighting in the civil war and young Patton would love it George was so involved in the military that by age seven he could read military topographical maps George 1 This type of activity basically was inflicted by his father who was also very militarily involved However Georges military studies greatly took him away from his formal education This was obvious when George still couldnt read at the age of twelve due partly to his dyslexia George 1 Finally noticing that George was falling behind in normal educatew York It was 1904 and George was put in what was known as the beast barracks George 2 George was a great athlete and an average student However due to his problems with mathematics George was forced
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