Patton Bibliography

Allen, Robert S. "Patton's Secret: 'I am Going to Resign. Quit Outright, not Retire.' " Army 21 (June 1971): pp. 29-33.

_____-Lucky Forward: The History of Patton's Third U.S. Army. New York: Vanguard Press, 1947. 424 p.

Anders, Curt. Fighting Generals. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1965. 320 p.

Anderson, Christopher J. Patton's Third Army. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole, 1997. 72 p.

Arend, Guy Franz. Patton and the 3rd Army in the Bulge. Bastogne, Belgium: Bastogne Historical center, 1984. 23 leaves.

Army Times. Famous American Military Leaders of World War II. New York: Dodd, Mead, & Co., 1962. 128 p.

Army Times. Warrior: The Story of General George S. Patton. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1967. 223 p.

Ayer, Frederick. Before the Colors Fade: Portrait of a Soldier, George S. Patton, Jr. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1964. 266 p.

Bell, W.G., & Blumenson, Martin. "Patton the Soldier." Ordnance 43 (January-February 1959): pp. 589-90.

Bigelow, Michael E. "Big Business: Intelligence in Patton's Third Army." Military Intelligence (April-June 1992): pp. 31-36.

Binder, L. James, ed. Front and Center: Heroes, War Stories & Army Life. NY: AUSA Book (Brassey's), 1991. 251p. See pp. 15-24 & 67-77.

Blumenson, Martin. "Bradley and Patton: World War II's 'Odd Couple.' " Army 35 (December 1985): pp. 56-60 & 62-64.

_____-"George S. Patton: Extraordinary Leader; Extraordinary Man." John Biggs Cincinnati Lectures in Military Leadership & Command. Lexington, VA: VMI Foundation, 1987. pp. 141-55.

_____-"George S. Patton's Student Days at the Army War College." Parameters 5 (No 2, 1976): pp. 25-32.

_____-"Leadership and the Art of Command: Together with Some Thoughts on George S. Patton, Jr." John Biggs Cincinnati Lectures on Military Leadership & Command, 1986. Lexington, VA: VMI Foundation, 1986. pp. 9-22.

_____-The Many Faces of George S. Patton, Jr. Colorado Springs, CO: USAF Academy, 1972. 26 p.

_____-"A Medal for George." Army (June 1993): pp. 54-57.

_____-"Patton and Montgomery: Alike or Different?" Army 22 (June 1972): pp. 16-22.

_____-"Patton and the Press." Army 32 (May 1982): pp. 66-72.

_____-"Patton as Diplomat." Army 23 (July 1973): pp. 26-30.

_____-"Patton in Mexico: The Punitive Expedition." American History Illustrated 12 (October 1977): pp. 34-42.

_____-Patton: The Man Behind the Legend, 1885-1945. NY: Morrow, 1985. 320 p.

_____-The Patton Papers. 2 vols. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1972-74. 899 p.

Blumenson, Martin and Hymel, Kevin. "Patton: Legendary World War II Commander." Washington D.C. Potomac Books, 2008. 117 p.

Boland, Barbara E. Patton Uncovered. Vorhees, NJ: Melody Publishing Co., 2002. 506p.

Brown, Kent Masterson. "The Heroic Agonies of the Colonels Patton." VA Country's CW I (1983): pp. 76-78.

Butterfield, Ralph, ed. Patton's GI Photographers. Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press, 1992. 160 p.

Calvert, Robert, Jr. "'Drum, Drum, I Wish He Would Stop Beating His Own Drum."' Army 39 (September 1989): pp. 56-60. See p. 59.

Carpenter, Allan. George Smith Patton, Jr.; The Lost Romantic. Vero Beach FL. Rourke Publications, 1987. 112 p.

Codman, Charles R. Drive. Boston: Little, Brown, 1957. 335 p. #03-3-1957.

D'Este, Carlo. Patton: A Genius for War. New York: Harper Collins Publishers, 1995. 977 p.

Devaney, John. Blood and Guts. NY: Julian Messner, 1982. 96 p.

Dietrich, Steve E. "The Professional Reading of General George S. Patton, Jr." Journal of Military History 53 (October 1989): pp. 387-418.

Eisenhower, Dwight D. At Ease: Stories I Tell to Friends. NY: Doubleday, 1967. 400 p.

Essame, H. Patton: A Study in Command. NY: Scribner's, 1974. 280 p.

Farago, Ladislas. The Last Days of Patton. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1981. 319 p.

_____-Patton: Ordeal and Triumph. NY: Obolensky, 1964. 885 p.

Finke, Blythe Foote. General Patton; Fearless Military Leader. Charlotteville, NY: SamHar Press, 1972. 27 p.

Fisher, George J.B. "The Boss of Lucky Forward." Combat Forces Journal 1 (May 1951): pp. 20-26.(Army).

Forty, George. The Armies of George S. Patton. London: Arms and Armour, 1996. 268 p.

_____-Patton's Third Army at War. NY: Scribner's, 1978. 189 p.

Fox, Don. Patton's Vanguard - The United States Army Fourth Armored Division. McFarland & Company, Inc., 2003.

Ganz, A. Harding. "Patton's Relief of General Wood." Journal Military History 53 (July 1989): pp. 257-73. Per (Military Affairs).

Garland, Albert N. "They Had Charisma: Marshall, Bradley, Patton, Eisenhower." Army 21 (May 1971): pp. 26-31.

Gavin, James M. "Two Fighting Generals: Patton and MacArthur." Army 15 (April 1965): pp. 32-38.

Green, Michael & Green, Gladys. Patton: Operation Cobra and Beyond. Osceola, WI: Motorbooks International, 1998. 160 p.

Green, Michael. Patton's Tank Drive: D-Day to Victory. Osceola, WI: Motorbooks International, 1995. 160 p.

Hackworth, David H. "Bring Back Blood-and-Guts Patton!" Parameters. September 1987. pp. 113-15.

Halsey, Ashley. "Ancestral Gray Cloud Over Patton." American History 19 (March 1984): pp. 42-48.

Hanson, Victor David. The Soul of Battle: From Ancient Times to the Present Day, how Three Great Liberators Vanquished Tyranny. New York: Free Press, 1999, 496 pp. (Paperback ed. available from Anchor, 2001).

Harkins, Paul D. When the Third Cracked Europe: The Story of Patton's Incredible Army. Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 1969. 95p.

Hatch, Alden. George Patton: General in Spurs. NY: Julian Messner, Inc., 1950. 184 p.

Higgins, George A. The Operational Tenets of Generals Heinz Guderian and George S. Patton, Jr. Study, 1985. 211 p.

Hirsch, Phil (Ed.). Fighting Generals. New York: Pyramid, 1960. 192 p.

Hirshson, Stanley P. General Patton; A Soldier's Life. New York: Harper-Collins, 2002. 826p.

Hogg, Ian V. The Biography of General George S. Patton. NY: Gallery, 1982. 160 p.

Hollenbach, Karl F. Patton: Many Lives, Many Battles. Louisville, KY: Dunsinane Hill Press.

Hymel, Kevin. Patton's Photographs. Dulles, VA. Potomac Books, 2006. 137 p.

Kingseed, Cole C. "Dark Days of White Knights." Military Review 73 (January 1993): pp. 67-75.

Koch, Oscar W. G2: Intelligence for Patton. Philadelphia PA: Army Times, 1971. 167 p.

Lande, D.A. I Was With Patton. St. Paul, Minnesota: MBI Publishing, 2002. 304 p.

Leopold, Christopher. Blood and Guts is Going Nuts. New York: Doubleday and Co., 1976. 271 p.

Mellor, William. Patton Fighting Man. NY: Putnam, 1946. 247 p.

Miller, William H. George Patton and the Fifth Connection. Rockford IL: Dean and Allen, 1993. 576 p.

Mills, Walter. These Are The Generals. NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1943. 259 p.

Munch, Paul G. "Patton's Staff and the Battle of the Bulge." Military Review 70 (May 1990): pp. 46-54.

Nye, Roger H. The Patton Mind: The Professional Development of an Extraordinary Leader. Garden City, NY: Avery Publishing Group, Inc., 1993. 212 p.

_____-"Whence Patton's Military Genius?" Parameters 21 (Winter 1991-92): pp. 60-73.

Odom, Charles B. General George S. Patton and Eisenhower. Tallahassee: Rose, 1985. 81 p.

O'Neill, James H. "True Story of the Patton Prayer." Review of the News (6 October 1971): pp. 29-40.

Patton, Beatrice Ayer. Blood of the Shark. Drawings by Cornelia M. Foley. Honolulu: Paradise of the Pacific Press, 1936. 290 p.

_____-"A Soldier's Reading." Armor 61 (November-December 1952): pp. 10-11. Wife's description of Patton's reading habits and favorite books.

Patton, George S., Jr. "Armored Cars with Cavalry." Cavalry Journal 33 (January 1924): pp. 5-10.

_____-"Army at the National Horse Show." Cavalry Journal 32 (January 1923): pp. 66-68.

_____-"Cavalry Work of the Punitive Expedition." Cavalry Journal 27 (January 1917): pp. 426-33.

_____-"Comments on Cavalry Tanks." Cavalry Journal 30 (July 1921): pp. 251-52.

_____-"Defense of the Saber." Cavalry Journal 27 (July 1916): pp. 48-50.

_____-"Desert Training Corps." Cavalry Journal 51 (September-October 1942): pp. 2-5.

_____-Diary of the Instructor in Swordsmanship. Ft. Riley, KS: Mounted Service School, 1915. 44 p.

_____-"The Effect of Weapons on War." Infantry Journal 37 (November 1930): pp. 483-88.

_____-"Form and Use of the Saber." Cavalry Journal 23 (March 1913): pp. 752-59.

_____-"General Patton's Conference." Army Navy Register (16 June 1945): p. 9.

_____-"A General Talks to His Army." Typescript, 1944. 5 p.

_____-Helpful Hints to Hopeful Heroes. Washington: HQ, U.S. Army Ground Forces, 1946. 22 p.

_____-"Mechanization and Cavalry." Cavalry Journal 39 (April 1930): pp. 234-40.

_____-"Mechanized Forces: A Lecture." Cavalry Journal 42 (September-October 1933): pp. 5-8.

_____-"Mechanized Units." Report, Committee No 6, G-3 Course, U.S. Army War College, 1931. 61 p., 6 photos.

_____-"Motorization and Mechanization in the Cavalry." Cavalry Journal 39 (July 1930): pp. 331-48.

_____-"On the Effect of Weapons and Means of Communications on Tactics." Addendum to "Development of Weapons and Means of Communications," by Committee No 2, Analytical Studies, ARMY WAR COLLEGE, 1934. 55 p. ARMY WAR COLLEGE #406-2, Archives.

_____-"Operations of German I Army and Opposing Forces, September 9-12, 1914, under Certain Factors." Supplement No 1, Subcommittee No 1, Committee No 5, Analytical Studies, ARMY WAR COLLEGE, 1932. 16p., 8 maps. ARMY WAR COLLEGE #388-5, Archives.

_____-"1929 Cavalry Division Maneuvers." Cavalry Journal 39 (January 1930): pp. 7-15.

_____-"Present Saber: Its Form and Use for Which It Was Designed." Cavalry Journal 27 (April 1917): pp. 577-80.

_____-"The Probable Characteristics of the Next War and the Organization, Tactics, and Equipment Necessary to Meet Them." Study, ARMY WAR COLLEGE, 29 February 1932. 70 p. (photostat). U104P6 & ARMY WAR COLLEGE #387-52. Archives.

_____-"The Problem of the I Red Corps and Its Solution." Report on command post exercise, Ft DuPont, DE, Fifth Period, Conduct of War Course, ARMY WAR COLLEGE, 1932. 2 p. ARMY WAR COLLEGE #386-17, Archives.

_____-"Report of Operations of the Army Polo Team of 1922." Cavalry Journal 32 (April 1923): pp. 230-33.

_____-"Success in War." Cavalry Journal 40 (January 1931): pp. 26-30.

_____-"Training Memoranda to His Regiment." Cavalry Journal 49 (July-August 1940): pp. 324-25.

_____-U.S. War Dept. Office, Chief of Staff. Saber Exercise, 1914. Washington, DC: GPO, 1914. 40 p. UD423A3. Written by GSP.

_____-War As I Knew It. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1947. 425 p.

_____-"What the World War Did for Cavalry." Cavalry Journal 31 (April 1922): pp. 165-72.

Patton, Robert H. The Pattons: A Personal History of an American Family. NY: Crown Publishers, 1994. 320 p.

Pearl, Jack. Blood-and-Guts Patton: the Swashbuckling Life Story of America's Most Daring and Controversial General. Derby, CO: Monarch, 1961. 142 p.

Peck, Ira. Patton. NY: Scholastic, 1970. 142 p.

Peifer, Charles, Jr. Soldier of Destiny. Minneapolis, MN, Dillon Press, 1989. 106 p.

Perry, Milton F. and Barbara W. Parke. Patton and His Pistols: The Favorite Side Arms of General George S. Patton, Jr. Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole, 1957. 138 p.

Pew, Thomas W., Jr. "On the Way to War." American West 22 (November-December 1985): pp. 22-31. Desert training center.

Pfannes and Salamone. Great Commanders of World War II, Vol. III - The Americans. New York: Zebra Books, 1981. 432 p.

Polk, James H. "Patton: 'You Might as Well Die a Hero."' Army (December 1975): pp. 39-44.

Prioli, Carmine A., ed. The Poems of General George S. Patton, Jr.: Lines of Fire. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellon Press, 1991. 176 p.

Province, Charles M. The Patton Principles. San Diego, CA: CMP Productions, 1978. 38 p.

_____-The Unknown Patton. NY: Hippocrene, 1983. 261 p.

_____-Patton's Third Army. NY: Hippocrene, 1992. 335 p.

_____-Patton's One Minute Messages: Tactical Leadership Skills for Business Managers. Presidio Press, Novato, CA. 1995. 96 p.

_____-Patton's Ein-Minuten Botschaften: Leadership Fur Unternehmer. Verlag E.S. Mittler and Sohn, Hamburg, Germany. 1998. 112p.

Puryear, Edgar F. Jr. Nineteen Stars. Washington: Coiner Publications, 1971. 437 p.

Randa, Philippe. Patton, general audace. France: 1996. 79 p.

Ridge, Warren J. Follow Me: Business Leadership Patton Style. New York: AMACOM, 1989. 172 p.

Ripley, Tim. Patton Unleashed. St. Paul, Minnesota: MBI Publishing, 2003. 224 p.

Rohmer, Richard. Patton's Gap. New York: Beaufort Books, 1981. 240 p.

Royle, Trevor. Patton; Old Blood and Guts. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2005. 223 p.

Semmes, Harry H. "General George S. Patton, Jr.'s Psychology of Leadership." Quartermaster Review 35 (September-October 1955): pp. 8-9 & 144-64.

_____-Portrait of Patton. NY: Appleton, 1955. 308 p.

Shoemaker, Robert H. and Leonard A. Paris. Famous American Generals. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1946. 218 p.

Skubik, Stephen J. The Murder of General Patton. Bennington, NH: 1993. 63 p.

Smith, C. Cabanne. My War Years, 1940-46: Service on Gen. Patton's Third Army Staff. Houston, 1989. 161 p.

Sobel, Brian. The Fighting Pattons. Westport CT: Praeger Publishers.

South, Betty. "We Called Him 'Uncle Georgie.' " Quartermaster Review 33 (January-February 1954): pp. 28-29 & 122-25.

Stillman, Richard J. General Patton's Timeless Leadership Principles. New Orleans, LA: Stillman Co., 1997. 263 p.

Strobridge, Truman R. "Old Blood and Guts and the Desert Fox." Military Review 64 (June 1984): pp. 33-48.

Sutcliffe, Jane. George S. Patton, Jr.. Minneapolis, MN: Lerner Publications, 2005. 48 p.

Sweeney, James B. Army Leaders of World War II. NY: Franklin Watts, 1984. 82 p.

Taylor, Royce B. Jr., ed. Cavalry and Armor Heritage Series, Volume I, Leadership. Fort Knox: U.S. Armor Association, 1986. 240 p.

These Are the Generals. NY: Knopf, 1943. 259 p. D736T44. pp. 148-63.

Toland, John. Battle: The Story of The Bulge. NY: Random House, 1959. 400 p.

U.S. Third Army. Headquarters. In Memoriam: George S. Patton, Jr. General, U.S. Army. Bad Tolz, Germany, March 1946. 29 p.

Vallereau, Jean. General George Smith Patton. Paris, France: Figures de l'histoire, 1991. 70 p.

Wallace, Brenton G. Patton and His Third Army. Harrisburg, PA: Military Services Publishers, 1946. 232 p.

Weigley, Russell F. Eisenhower's Lieutenants: The Campaigns of France and Germany, 1944-1945. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1981. 800 p.

Wellard, James Howard. General George S. Patton, Jr., Man Under Mars. NY: Dodd, Mead, 1946. 277 p.

Whiting, Charles. Patton. NY: Ballantine, 1970. 160 p.

_____-Patton's Last Battle. NY: Stein, 1987. 311 p.

Wilcox, Robert K. Target Patton. Washington, D.C. : Regnery, 2008. 444 p.

Williams, Vernon L. "Lieutenant Patton and the American Army in the Mexican Punitive Expedition 1915-1916. Austin, TX: Presidial, 1983. 95 p.

Williamson, Porter B. Patton's Principles: A Handbook for Managers Who Mean It! NY: Simon & Schuster, 1979. 165p. E745P3W54.

Wilson, Dale E. Treat 'Em Rough: The Birth of American Armor, 1917-1920. Novato, CA: Presidio Press, 1989. 257 p.

Woolley, William J. "Patton and the Concept of Mechanized Warfare." Parameters 15 (Autumn 1985): pp. 71-80.