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 later years he tended to become typecast as a heavy, although his portrayal of Omar Bradley in Patton (1970) was as good as anything.
Among those he has interviewed are legends such as Dwight Eisenhower, Omar Bradley, Matthew Ridgway, Carl Spaatz, Jimmy Doolittle, and Curtis LeMay, granting rare insight into their decision making--not only on major issues of war and peace but also on matters they faced as junior and field-grade officers.
Omar Bradley and the other members of the Joint Chiefs to counter the impact of his split with Gen.
Personally, Pelachyk is more an Omar Bradley than a George Patton.
Pershing, whose commitment to discipline of mind and act brought him to a rank equaled only by George Washington, and Omar Bradley, who was the "GI General" and managed to triumph despite direct competition from both Patton and Montgomery.
And the hydrogen bomb, even top generals such as Omar Bradley recognized, was militarily insignificant.
Over the years, the Thayer has hosted a wide range of dignitaries and celebrities, including Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Nixon, Ford and Bush; generals Tommy Franks, Omar Bradley General Douglas MacArthur; Her Royal Highness Princess Alsha Bint-Huessen of Jordan, singer Luciano Pavarotti and actors George C.
The renewal and extension of nuclear energy would further confirm the statement of General Omar Bradley that "ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants".
It was just their fortune, from a military point of view, to come into the beginning of World War I and to be alive for World War II, and so they all became generals: Eisenhower, Patton, Omar Bradley.
Well dug in, the Germans poured down murderous fire on the landing Americans, and progress was so hindered that US First Army Commander General Omar Bradley considered pulling off the beach and landing troops elsewhere.
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Omar Bradley opposed the idea, believing that amphibious landings were obsolete.
General Omar Bradley, who headed the D-Day invasion of World War II, and General John J.
Omar Bradley become chilling: "We have grasped the mystery of the atom and rejected the Sermon on the Mount.
General Omar Bradley, then army chief of staff, said, "The army is not out to make any social reforms.