Omar Bradley

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United States general who played an important role in the Allied victory in World War II (1893-1981)

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In the end, DeFelice accomplishes his mission--to provide the reader with a deeper appreciation of General Omar Bradley.
In the words of General Omar Bradley, who commanded 43 divisions and 1.
The 1998 Classic Collection pays tribute to 20 different soldiers or specific military roles, including General George Washington, General Omar Bradley, and Bob Hope (USO service) as well as figures representing the 442nd Infantry Nisei Soldier from WWII, Navy Blue Angels, the female member of the U.
Let me conclude with the words of one of my distinguished predecessors, General Omar Bradley.
When the Allies finally broke the stalemate on the Normandy front in late July 1994, the Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force, General Dwight Eisenhower, told his senior American ground commander, General Omar Bradley, that he hoped they would be in Paris for his birthday.
In his autobiography, five-star General Omar Bradley looked back on a career of wars, international crises, and run-ins with Patton and MacArthur and located his life's most frustrating moments in chairing the power struggles that passed for meetings of the JCS.
General Omar Bradley, the commander of the 12th Army Group, seems to disappear from these pages aside from an occasional reference.
When General Myers was sworn in as the 15th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff four years ago, he joined a long line of distinguished military leaders that stretches back to General Omar Bradley.
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Omar Bradley, informed Congress that
the landing on Utah had gone more smoothly than rehearsal" comments penned by the senior US ground commander, General Omar Bradley, in his 1951 autobiography.
General Omar Bradley, who commanded II Corps during the invasion, wrote, "There were no decisions reached about how to exploit a victory in Sicily.
As General Omar Bradley put it when he served as administrator after World War Two, "We are dealing with veterans, not procedures -- with their problems, not ours.
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