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  • Forrest Pogue wrote "The Official History of Eisenhower's Supreme Headquarters" and he was a young sergeant who went through the Normandy campaign and went through the war, later became a distinguished historian, and became -- I think he's probably best known as George Marshall's official biographer.

    Patton: A Genius for War

  • I'm thinking that if he was truly the son of Loveless, he was born during that time earlier in Loveless' life when he went by the alias of "George Marshall".

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Although Mr. Burleigh has his heroes— Winston Churchill above all, but also George Marshall—there is nothing romantic in his description of the war.

    They All Knew They Were Right

  • "She was one of the most remarkable people I ever knew," Welles said, "she was as great certainly as Churchill or Roosevelt or even George Marshall."

    Andrew Bell: A Mountain of a Lady

  • It began to look as if the defending army would be larger than the planned landing force, and for the first time in the war, Army Chief of Staff Gen. George Marshall asked the designated commander for the operation, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, whether it was wise to proceed.

    Between War and Peace

  • Donovan, shown here at a George Polk Award Dinner with George Marshall (left) and columnist Walter Lippmann (right), became a staunch anticommunist after World War II.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • George Marshall and Dwight Eisenhower, or powerful members of Congress.

    America's Unsung War Heroes

  • Beginning with FDR himself, the historian moves through Gen. George Marshall, Adm.

    Essential Reading On World War II

  • Jeremy Silbert says 57-year-old George Marshall of Catonsville and an unidentified employee were working about 3 p.m.

    Murder charges after Md. break-in

  • If a man can be judged by the quality of his enemies, Donovan — who was cordially disliked or distrusted by Harry Truman, Douglas MacArthur, George Marshall and especially by J.

    The Spymaster's Spymaster


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