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The Five-Star G.I.'s General

Omar Nelson Bradley: 1893-1981 In 1943 Major General Omar Bradley arrived at the Tunisian front to serve as field adviser to his onetime West Point classmate...

Books: The G.l.'s General

A SOLDIER'S STORY (618 pp.)—Omar N. Bradley—Holt ($5). Omar Bradley's early career as a soldier was no more unusual than his reason for becoming one (West...

World Battlefronts: Quiet Operator

At his first London press conference since his return (see above), General Eisenhower had some news: Lieut. General Omar Nelson Bradley is to be senior...

World: Doughboy's General

(See Cover) As The Day drew near, crushing responsibility settled back upon the handful of top commanders. For the Germans, it fell most heavily on two field...

National Affairs: Bradley's Case

Poised and coldly emphatic, General Omar N. Bradley answered Douglas MacArthur and his arguments for extending the war in Korea by bombing sanctuary bases in...

National Affairs: Next Witness

Modest, homely Omar Bradley of Moberly, Mo., the Army's Chief of Staff, slipped on his steel-rimmed glasses in the Senate Caucus room last week and took a...

VETERANS: Blast and Backlash

The American Legion, whose word was once law to the Veterans Administration, last week turned all its fire power on the stubbornly independent new boss. General...

World Battlefronts: First Payment

After eleven days of fighting in Normandy, Lieut. General Omar Bradley an nounced his casualties to date: 3,283 Americans dead, 12,600 wounded. Not mentioned by...

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