Patton's Gap

Patton s Gap This nd revised edition contains new revelations about relationships between Allied commanders Rohmer explains who was to blame for one of the most staggering blunders of World War II and discloses t

  • Title: Patton's Gap
  • Author: Richard Rohmer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 195
  • Format: paperback
  • This 2nd revised edition contains new revelations about relationships between Allied commanders Rohmer explains who was to blame for one of the most staggering blunders of World War II and discloses the identity of the young Canadian pilot who caught Rommel, leading to his removal from the Battle of Normandy.

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    About “Richard Rohmer

    • Richard Rohmer

      Major General Ret d Richard Heath Rohmer, OC, CMM, DFC, O.Ont, KStJ, CD, OL, QC, JD, LLD born in 1924 Canada s most decorated citizen, an aviator, a senior lawyer aviation law , adviser to business leaders and the Government of Ontario and is a prolific writer Rohmer was born in Hamilton, Ontario, and spent some of his early youth in Pasadena, California as well as in western Ontario at Windsor and Fort Erie.The Peterborough Examiner s lead editorial of 14 January 2009 says this Rohmer, one of Canada s most colourful figures of the past half century, was a World War II fighter pilot, later a major general in the armed forces reserve, a high profile lawyer and a successful novelist and biographer.



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    • Young Richard Rohmer flies a P-51 Mustang over D-Day. He needs two pillows to see out the cockpit and when he’s introduced to Lieutenant General George S. Patton Jr Patton thinks he’s a baby or a puppet or something. Rohmer exchanges blows with a woman who runs a whorehouse and later, at a French chateau, his buddies dump sewage on him in the toilet. He meets Dirk Bogarde. The Allies drive the Germans out of Normandy, but not as fast as Rohmer would like.More: Patton's Gap discussed at the R [...]


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