By Emir Bukhari
A lot has been made from Napoleon's Marshals’ own rivalries, jealousies, greed and lust for energy. they'd each soldier's vices and virtues; the have been glory-seeking, self-aggrandising and green with envy of social prestige. Napoleon's approach to command was once such that he anticipated his marshals to obey, no longer start up; and he slowly got down to make sure that his senior officials turned in basic terms blind brokers who completed his orders with no hesitation, dialogue or own opinion. Emir Bukhari provides an account of those infantrymen who, while faraway from excellent strategists, however played a necessary position and have been unprecedented leaders of guys.
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Otto P. Weyland, X I X Tactical Air Command; Lt. Gen. George S. Patton, Third Army. General Patton’s dog, Willie, is shown in the foreground. THE LORRAINE CAMPAIGN 20 General Weyland sat next to General Patton. This close co-operation assured the Third Army of very effective tactical air support, except, of course, when larger operational considerations intervened. On I September the XIX TAC had in operation on the Continent two fighter wings, the 100th and 303d, comprising eight fighter-bomber groups and one photo reconnaissance group.
It presented the best facilities for military traffic, whether tanks, trucks, or marching columns. Although canalized, this approach to Germany followed terrain well suited to maneuver and debouched onto the level expanse of the North German Plain. The western entryways to the historic highway lay adjacent to the Channel ports, through which support for the Allied armies would come. The eastern termini gave direct access to the most important strategic objectives in Germany, the Ruhr and Berlin.
30 THE LORRAINE CAMPAIGN combat zones of the several German theaters of operations on I September. In addition, the ground forces of the Wehrmacht were augmented by the presence of approximately 55 allied divisions (Finnish, Hungarian, and Bulgarian) on the Finnish front, the Eastern Front, and in the Balkans. 28 In the five years of war that had elapsed since the invasion of Poland cumulative German losses had mounted to 3,630,274 men and 114,215 officers. These enormous casualty figures included only the dead, the missing in action, and soldiers demobilized by reason of physical disability or extreme cases of family hardship.
Napoleon's Marshals (Men at Arms Series, 87) by Emir Bukhari