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    "In case of doubt, attack."

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    "Fixed fortifications are monuments to man's stupidity."
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    "His guts, our blood".... Said to have been uttered by many of Patton's soldiers....

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    Quote Originally Posted by garm1and View Post
    "Fixed fortifications are monuments to man's stupidity."
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    I suspect said before Metz.
    "...we have met the enemy and he is us." -- Pogo (Walt Kelly)

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    The following is General Patton's personal prayer to God, NOT the more widely publicized one distributed to the troops:
    Lord, this is Patton speaking to you. The last fourteen days have been awful. Rain, snow, more rain, more snow and I have begun to ask myself, why not go to your headquarters. Which side are you on? For three years, my chaplains have explained that this is a religious war. They have told me that this is a crusade, the only difference being that we move on tanks instead of horses. They have insisted that we destroy the German army and this atheist Hitler, so that freedom of religion can return to Europe.
    Until now I followed them, the more so as you helped us without reserve. Blue sky and calm sea in Africa helped to make our unloading easy to eliminate Rommel. The capture of Sicily was relatively easy, and you gave us a perfect time for our armored push through France, the greatest military victory that you have granted me. You often gave me excellent counsel in my difficult decisions of command, and you dropped German units into my traps, which made their elimination relatively easy.
    But now you seem to have changed horses. You seem to me to have given to Von Rundstedt the green light. My army is neither trained nor equipped for war in winter. And as you know, this weather is more appropriate for Eskimos than for Southern riders.
    In fact, Lord, I have begun to think that I have offended you in some way. That suddenly you have lost your sympathy to our cause. That you are in complicity with this Von Rundstedt and his puppet.
    You know, without my saying so, that our situation is desperate.
    Obviously, I tell my staff that everything is going as planned, but do I need to add that the 101st Airborne is opposing terrible forces in Bastogne, and that these continual storms make air supplies impossible? I sent good Hugh Gaffey, one of my able generals, with his 4th Armored Division, to this important Noeud road to help the encircled garrison, but he has more trouble with your rotten weather than with the Boches!
    I do not like to complain unnecessarily, but my soldiers really suffered martyrdom from the Meuse to Echternach. Today I visited several hospitals, all full of cold people, while the wounded remain strewn across the fields, because we cannot bring them back to give them care. But that is not the worst of the situation. The poor visibility and the continual rains have completely paralyzed my air forces on the ground. My battle plan requires help from the fighter-bombers, and if my planes cannot fly, tell me how I can use them as air artillery?
    This is not the only deplorable situation, but worse still, my reconnaissance aircraft have not taken to the air in fourteen days, and I do not have the slightest idea what is happening behind the German lines. Jesus, Lord, I fight a shadow! Without your cooperation on the weather, how can I lead effective attacks? All this probably appears irrational to you, but I have lost patience with your ministers who try to persuade me that this is one typical winter in the Ardennes, and that I must have confidence.
    The devil with confidence and patience! You have to only choose which side you are on. You must come to my aid, so that I can liquidate the entire German army, and offer it like a birthday gift to the Baby Jesus. Lord, I have never been unreasonable. I do not ask the impossible of you. I do not even ask for a miracle, only four little days of beautiful weather.
    Give me four clear days so my planes can fly, so my fighter-bombers can bomb the Germans (and punish them well), so my observation planes can pinpoint the targets for my splendid artillery. Give me four sunny days to dry this rotten mud, so my tanks can roll, so the ammunition and the rations can reach my starving and badly equipped infantrymen. I need these four days to send Von Rundstedt and his army of infidels to their valhalla.
    I am sick of this useless butchery of young Americans, and in exchange for these four days of weather favorable to combat, I will provide you enough Boches to keep your accountants occupied with months of work.
    So it is."

    GOOD STUFF !!

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    The object of war is not to die for your country but to make the other bastard die for his.

    General George S Patton

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    May God have mercy upon my enemies, for I won't.
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    ''A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow." - General George S Patton

    By the way garm1and, that is one quality quote you have commented here. One of my favorite quotes from the man himself.


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    Life is short... We should then cherish every sec of it.

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    It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather, we should thank God that such men lived. --George S. Patton

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    Patton's talent for what we would now call the soundbite is troubling, in a way. Many have the flavor of "thought-stopping slogans", designed to condition his soldiers to do the unthinkable. But then, maybe the ability to stop thought is a desirable talent in a senior military commander. It would be interesting to know whether Alexander the Great went in for this ... Best regards, JR.

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    "A man must be alert at all times if he expects to stay alive. If you're not alert, sometimes, a German son-of-an-*******-bitch is going to sneak up behind you and beat you to death with a sock full of shit." Gen. George S. Patton
    "Give me 26 soldiers of lead,and I will conquer the world" JOHANN GUTTENBURG

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR* View Post
    Patton's talent for what we would now call the soundbite is troubling, in a way. Many have the flavor of "thought-stopping slogans", designed to condition his soldiers to do the unthinkable. But then, maybe the ability to stop thought is a desirable talent in a senior military commander. It would be interesting to know whether Alexander the Great went in for this ... Best regards, JR.
    Quotes attributed to Alexander.

    “An army of sheep led by a lion is better than an army of lions led by a sheep.”

    “Sex and sheep alone make me conscious that I am mortal.”

    http://www.goodreads.com/author/quot...nder_the_Great

    Ooops!

    Understandable mistake with the Greeks, and Kiwis.

    Last quote wasn't about having sex with sheep. Substitute "sleep" for "sheep".
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    A rational army would run away.
    Montesquieu

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    Quotes attributed to Alexander.

    “An army of sheep led by a lion is better than an army of lions led by a sheep.”

    “Sex and sheep alone make me conscious that I am mortal.”

    http://www.goodreads.com/author/quot...nder_the_Great

    Ooops!

    Understandable mistake with the Greeks, and Kiwis.

    Last quote wasn't about having sex with sheep. Substitute "sleep" for "sheep".
    LOL!!!

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