Montgomery, Eisenhower, Patton                    

World War II

Frequent Veterans Radio, Guest/Historian  John McManus will take us back to the allies pressing forward after D-Day and the Battle for Caen.  Patton was driving to the German border when Eisenhower switched fuel and supply priority to British Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery halting the aggressive U.S. General George Patton’s armored march into Metz and on to Germany.  This led to Montgomery’s grand plan, Operation Market Garden or also known as a bridge too far.

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