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by R. Rohmer
Author: R. Rohmer
Publisher: Irwin Pub; First edition (June 1, 1986)
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Rommel & Patton book. The most self-serving work of fiction in Canadian literature, the novel offers another opportunity for Rohmer to explore his pet theory that General Bernard Law Montgomery was to blame for the Falaise Gap. It was Montgomery! History will prove I’m right someday, cries the fictional Patton. In the author’s imagination Old Blood and Guts is proven right by none other than Richard Rohmer (see: Patton's Gap). More: Rommel and Patton discussed at the Reading Richard Rohmer blog. Chris rated it liked it Sep 14, 2018
ROMMEL AND PATTON 318 pages, Standard Stock An epic novel closely based on the Battle of Normandy in 1944 telling the dramatic story of the beleaguered . ROMMEL AND PATTON By Richard Rohmer Hard Cover.
ROMMEL AND PATTON 318 pages, Standard Stock An epic novel closely based on the Battle of Normandy in 1944 telling the dramatic story of the beleaguered German army's attempt to strike an armistice with the Allies in the West.
Patton studied Rommel’s book on tactics, while Monty kept a portrait of the German in his command caravan
Patton studied Rommel’s book on tactics, while Monty kept a portrait of the German in his command caravan. Rommel returned the compliment: Montgomery never made a serious strategic mistake. in the Patton Army we saw the most astonishing achievement in mobile warfare. Patton, Montgomery and Rommel were students of war before they were warriors, and all three were familiar with Carl von Clausewitz’s Principles of War, first published in 1812 and still the primary text for would-be military leaders when Patton was at the . Military Academy at West Point, Monty at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, and Rommel at the.
Rohmer chaired the Royal Commission on Book Publishing in 1971/72. Rommel and Patton (1986). Hour of the Fox (1988). He is a known Canadian author of both fiction and non-fiction; throughout his literary career he has published over thirty books. His most recent non-fiction is The Building of the CN Tower published 2011 by RailCore Press Inc. of which he is president. His most recent novel, Ultimatum 2 was published early 2007.
Praise for Patton, Montgomery, Rommel. Great Britain and Germany each produced a ground commander who stood out from the rest and who has come to define their countries' respective ways of war. Brighton combines archival and published sources with his experience as curator of the Queen's Royal Lancers Museum to compare these three men of war: George Patton, Bernard Law Montgomery and Erwin Rommel. Lovers of the film will truly enjoy this book.
Fortunately, when Rommel and Patton clashed, Patton had insight into Rommels revolutionary actions and tricks from the book. This insight allowed Patton to dispense with the rigid US Army system of defense, and counterattack Rommels attacks. It wasn't in the US playbook, but it WAS in Patton’s new playbook. This allowed Patton to meet Rommel on roughly even terms, and defeat him. If Pattton hadn't read the book, his tactics would have been 10 years behind and his forces probably slaughtered. k views · View 5 Upvoters. Related QuestionsMore Answers Below.
Lieutenant-General Richard Rohmer is arguably Canada’s most decorated citizen. For his service, which includes flying over the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, he received the Distinguished Flying Cross.
Richard Heath Rohmer, Canadian University chancellor, lawyer, author, retired air force general. Bar: Ontario 1951, Northwest Territories 1970, created Queen's Counsel 1961. Served as flight Lieutenant (captain), Royal Canadian Air Force, 1942-1945; participated in D-Day invasion of Normandy and with Tactical Air Force, France, Belgium, Holland